The Forum will take place on 27th and 28th of June in Bucharest (Romania). And the registration is now open through this link.
The DTP will have again a strong presence in the Forum with the organisation of:
THE PLENARY SESSION 'Present and future role of the Danube Transnational Programme in the Danube region' - 28th OF JUNE, 9:00 h.
This plenary session on the second day of the Forum aims to highligt the present and future role of the Danube Transnational Programme in promoting social, economic and territorial cohesion in the Danube region. The present contribution of the programme towards the area will be showcased by some outcomes gained by DTP projects, which will be introduced by the leaders of the Thematic Poles of the DTP Capitalisation Strategy. A reflection about the future role of the DTP for the development of the area will be fostered as well.
SIDE-EVENT ON 'The DTP Capitalisation Strategy' - 27TH OF JUNE, 9:00 h.
Considering the successful outcomes gained by the DTP Capitalisation Strategy through its Thematic Poles, fostering synergies among topic-related projects and increasing the impact of the project results, the Danube Transnational Programme organises a specific side-event during the Forum to highlight these outcomes. The EUSDR Priority Area Coordinators have been closely involved in the activities of the Poles, showing the benefits of a close alignment between the programme and the Strategy. This is an excellent opportunity to inform those interested stakeholders about the DTP Capitalisation Strategy outcomes as a good example of cooperation between DTP and EUSDR. Please, don't forget to participate in this interesting session to be organised just before the Forum opening!
DTP in the Exhibition area of the Forum
A specific space dedicated to the programme and its projects will be organised in the exhibition area of the Forum to inform visitors about programme and project activities and achievements. We invite all Forum participants to visit us in our stand!
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