4. Transnational cooperation delivers territorial cohesion: Our most important results are new knowledge, shared experiences and enhanced capacities
Transnational partnerships typically explore new terrain and test new approaches to common, complex, and deep-seated problems, creating new ideas and building capacities as they unfold. Participants in transnational projects develop a habit of cooperation and a strong sense of shared interests, which often results in framing problems in a territorial perspective.
The following stories illustrate how our projects do this:
IT for a healthier society
Helping spatial planners see the cultural heritage of the sea
Taking innovation underground to make it sprout
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