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RSA Workshop on the New Cycle of the Cohesion Policy in 2014 - 2020

Policy Forum

In 2014, a new cycle of the EU regional policy will start. This time the launch of a new programming period is dramatically different from all the previous ones because Europe is enduring the hardest economic crisis since the end of the World War II. This crisis has hit hardly Europe and its regions threatening to halt the process of convergence and spurring the rise of new disparities. The Cohesion Policy has a critical role being the most important investment policy at the EU level and representing a crucial tool to address this crisis. In this context, the EU has further recently developed and reformed the Cohesion Policy to address harder regional challenges.At the beginning of the new policy cycle 2014-2020, many questions arise regarding the reformed Cohesion Policy. This workshop, hosted jointly by theInstitute for European StudiesandCOSMOPOLISat Vrije Universiteit Brussel and organized in collaboration with the partner institutions of theRSA Research Network on EU Cohesion Policy, will provide a forum for debating some of the most salient and burning of those questions.


24 Mar 2014 @ 09:00 am

24 Mar 2014 @ 06:30 pm

Duration: 9 hours, 30 minutes


Karel van Miert Building (IES)

Boulevard de la Plaine 5



Organised by

Institute for European Studies (VUB)

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