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We are blogging!

Monday, June 26, 2017 - Published by Anne Sofie Forfang
Today, we are launching the North Sea Region Blog, focusing on the role of transnational cooperation in addressing key challenges and opportunities within our region.

Complementing the news available on our website, our blog offers behind-the-scenes perspective on the North Sea Region Programme.  Our managers and Project Advisors are blogging to share their thoughts and tips as well as their experiences from events and meetings, providing their own perspective on the topics we work with.

"The main reason why we are launching this blog is that we wish to engage more directly with our stakeholders. We hope that our readers will use the opportunity to provide feedback and inputs in the comments field," says Head of Secretariat Christian Byrith.

The blog already includes the first two blog posts:

1) Project Advisor Sarah Holsen has provided a vivid account of the SEEV4City project launch in Amsterdam – an event that clearly underlined the incredible momentum of green transport systems in our region.  

2) Project Advisor Matt Nichols has written a timely piece centring on the North Sea Conference and why it is time for YOU to engage more in the discussions about the value and future of Interreg North Sea Region Programme.

The next posts will include reports from the North Sea Conference, so make sure to follow the blog if you are interested in this key annual event.

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