10 things to know about Interreg

10. Transnational cooperation improves policy making and initiates change, and therefore has long-term impact

Transnational projects develop new approaches, methodologies, and practices and demonstrate their feasibility. The demonstrated effects often inspire policy-makers to create frameworks that facilitate the upscaling of the new solutions. This is one of the key reasons why our projects often deliver their full potential only years after a project has ended.

The following stories illustrate how our projects do this:
Transforming food systems – Baltic Sea region experience goes global
Joint labour policy - made in the Baltic Sea Region


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