Third Joint Conference on EU Cohesion Policy; Green, digital, inclusive and fair: How can Cohesion Policy respond to new territorial challenges?

Third Joint Conference on EU Cohesion Policy; Green, digital, inclusive and fair: How can Cohesion Policy respond to new territorial challenges?

The Ministry of Regional Development and Funds of the European Union together with the European Commission (DG REGIO) and the Regional Studies Association (RSA Europe) will hold a conference called the Third Joint Conference on EU Cohesion Policy; Green, digital, inclusive and fair: How can Cohesion Policy respond to new territorial challenges? in the period from 14.-16. November 2022 in Zagreb.


The event in question will bring together participants from academic circles, European institutions and competent bodies of member states with the aim of discussing the future of Cohesion Policy, the indicators of its activity so far and new global challenges, and in order to effectively respond to all needs and opportunities for development through EU funds and in synergy with other EU instruments.

Following the above, submissions are invited for papers on questions and topics that will form the basis for holding workshops, panels and discussions at the conference, especially by representatives of the Croatian academic community as hosts of the event.

 

The deadline for submitting an abstract of 500 words is July 18, 2022.

More information can be found at the following links:

 

https://razvoj.gov.hr/vijesti/treca-zajednicka-konferencija-o-kohezijska-politici-eu-a-zeleno-digitalno-ukljucivo-i-pravedno-kako-kohezijska-politika-moze-odgovoriti-na- new-territorial-challenges/4832

https://www.rsaeurope.org/event/green-digital-inclusive-and-fair-how-can-cohesion-policy-rise-to-the-new-territorial-challenges/

 

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