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13.10.2011 15:14 Age: 5 yrs

INTERREG IVC Good Practice Fair


The DART project will present good practice in the field of demographic change on the 24.11.2011 in Poland.

The Joint Technical Secretariat of the programme, supported by the four Information Points, is holding an INTERREG IVC Good Practice Fair  in the Polish city of Cracow. This event will welcome policy-makers and practitioners from all over Europe for an intensive one-day session focused on showcasing good practices identified by INTERREG IVC projects and encouraging their further uptake. The specific target group of the event will be public authorities who did not have the opportunity to join an INTERREG IVC partnership.

The main focus of the Good Practice Fair will be a set of workshops dedicated to a specific programme theme and the main role in these workshop will be assigned to INTERREG IVC lead/ project partners. The purpose of these workshops is to convince participants that regions across Europe do not have to stand alone facing similar problems. They can learn from each other and jointly develop solutions for more efficient regional development policies.


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Tarja Cronberg

Member of European Parliament (since 2011)

In Finland the declining and ageing society is usually seen as a serious problem with negative consequences. Therefore a strong change in attitudes is needed. When facing challenges, the North Karelia has already several times assumed the role of forerunner. Once again we need to review new structures, models and tools, as well as find innovative solutions aiming to improve tomorrow's prerequisite for living and working in our region. The main concern of the DART project is highly topical and any outcomes of fruitful European collaboration are warmly welcomed.