Together with neighbours to shape the recovery

The 6th meeting of the ENI CBC Consultation and Coordination Group (CCG) took place on 18 February 2021, gathering over 70 representatives of the 15 running ENI CBC programmes, as well as officials from the European Commission and the European External Action Service. The meeting aimed at taking stock of the one year passed since […]

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Browsing through one hundred projects

It is about people working with other people. They are preserving old wooden villages, protecting biodiversity in forests, turning litter into employment opportunities. They are school students developing business initiatives or designing their own plans to make schools eco-friendly; they are scientists exploiting wine waste to produce health products or studying ice-conditions to upgrade living […]

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Nothing new under the sun?

After five years of implementation, TESIM has become a solid reality within the neighbourhood cross-border community. Year after year our services have evolved, but some foundations date back to 2016, if not before. In our December bulletin we shared with you our vision for the “new normal”, whereas in this article we would like to […]

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DG REGIO looking for Programme Assistant

The Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) is looking for a dynamic person with good communication, analysis, and problem-solving skills to fill the position of Programme Assistant. The candidate’s task is to ensure the appropriate management of different ongoing ENI CBC programmes as well as to support the preparation and management of […]

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Good things always come in threes

For the third time, neighbourhood cross-border cooperation programmes face the challenge of travelling the full road from the analysis of their territories to defining their strategies. With the experience of ENPI CBC and ENI CBC well in mind, the future Interreg NEXT programmes are fully equipped to complete this third journey without major concerns. The […]

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