In 2016, Interact launched the study ‘Added value of macro-regional cooperation: collecting practice examples (cases)’. One of the steps within the study is to call upon a small focus group to test preliminary conclusions and recommendations made. Thus, the aim of the focus group is to debate draft results of the study and recommendations of how programmes and projects can make better use of the added value that macro-regional strategies offer to them.
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27 October, 2016