'Fresh momentum for cross-border cooperation'
So many countries, so many citizens, so many people living in border regions; cooperation is inevitable within Europe. Cooperation across political borders, cooperation to improve administrative borders, finding one another….
After the French elections, there are positive signals of new political initiatives in Brussels that could strengthen the European Union. Meaning that the year 2017 despite Brexit, might not be the year of ongoing political disturbances but of further consolidation and progress. This would be good news. Especially for border regions that depend heavily on open borders, a stable internal market and free movement of citizens.
See the programme here.
Please register before 24 October 2017.
We look forward to welcoming you on 10 November 2017, at 10.30 at the S-Forum der Stadtsparkasse, third floor, Berliner Allee 33, 40212, Düsseldorf!
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The conference languages are Dutch, English and German. If you would like to make use of the simultaneous translation option, please indicate your language of preference *
Workshops (parallel sessions) *
Workshop 1: European citizens and mindset in a border region
Workshop 2: Measuring the effects for border regions
Workshop 3: Cross-border education and certificates
Workshop 4: Active cross-border workers in Europe: researching fiscal, social security and pension aspects of cross-border working.
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