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CEPLI Political Conference "Towards a territorial approach to the future cohesion policy - A local intermediate perspective"

CEPLI Political Conference

With the publication of the 8th Cohesion Report and the setting up of a Group of High-level experts on Cohesion Policy, the debate on the future of Cohesion policy has begun.

A key feature of cohesion policy is that it is programmed and implemented primarily at subnational level, and targets the regional, intermediate and local levels, with regions, provinces and cities being the main beneficiaries.

In line with the "do no harm to cohesion" principle, the Commission should reassess the governance of future centrally-managed programmes to ensure that their impact is more in line with the needs of territories and accounting for their diversity and ensure better access for LRAs to these programmes.

In this context, the European Confederation of Local Intermediate Authorities (CEPLI) will organise its annual Political Conference on 22-23 April at Lucca, in Italy.

The Province of Lucca, the Union of Italian Provinces (UPI), and the European Committee of Regions will be partners of this big event.

The registration is possible here.

Contact for practical details and more information: politichecomunitarie@provincia.lucca.it

The draft agenda will update at the end of March.

Download: Draft agenda - CEPLI Political Conference "Towards a territorial approach to the future cohesion policy - A local intermediate perspective" (.pdf file - 253.22 KB)

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