Interact and EPRC collaborate to release report on civic engagement in Interreg Territorial Cooperation Programmes

Interact, an EU programme dedicated to enhancing European territorial cooperation (Interreg) programmes, has collaborated with the European Policies Research Centre (EPRC) to release a comprehensive report on the dynamics of civic and civil society engagement within Interreg territorial cooperation initiatives. EPRC’s experts Irene McMaster and Heidi Vironen, in collaboration with consultant Nathalie Wergles, prepared the report published by Interact.

Interact is an EU programme committed to optimising the efficiency, effectiveness, and impact of cooperation programmes through a multifaceted approach that includes events, online tools, networking, and in-depth studies on key issues. The latest addition is the study titled ‘Civic and Civil Society Engagement in Interreg’ which offers reflections about the potential of Interreg in fostering community engagement and strengthening Interreg for impactful cooperation with citizens and civil society organizations.

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