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  • Espon E-tendering platform
    Latest News | 16 April 2021

    The ESPON EGTC has organized a  preliminary market consultation, from 16 December 2020 to 28 February 2021, with the objective to acquire information regarding potential solutions to be envisaged f

  • Latest News | 5 February 2021

    Strengthening the resilience of the Adriatic and Ionian Region through cooperation was the slogan of the 5th Forum of the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR),  organised by the

  • Latest News | 29 January 2021

    The Minister of Spatial Planning, Claude Turmes, received on 28 January 2021 the new director of EGTC ESPON, Wiktor Szydarowski, for an exchange on the ESPON progr

  • Latest News | 17 September 2020

    On Wednesday 16 September, the European Parliament adopted with an overwhelming majority its position on the Commission’s proposal on the Just Transition Fund. On the same day, the ESPON EGTC introduced its work on structural change in coal phase-out regions to the Network of Territorial Cohesion Contact Points (NTCCP). 

  • Latest News | 28 August 2020

    Even in the times of the COVID 19 pandemic, the European Week of Regions and Cities is the most important event dedicated to the EU Regional Policy.

  • Latest News | 19 May 2020

    A workshop aimed at discussing the future of the Baltic Sea Region took place on 5 March 2020 at Nordregio,  in Stockholm.

  • Latest News | 24 April 2020

    A new ESPON project, "Interregional relations in Europe" (IRiE) launched yesterday. The general objective of the project is to analyze inter-regional flows, design actions that reduce barriers and include information on flows within the regional Smart Specialization Strategies. Different types of emergency scenarios, such as the COVID-19 pandemic will be analyzed.

  • Latest News | 16 April 2020

    Financial instruments will continue to play a prominent role in EU policy post-2020 under both EU Cohesion policy and the proposed

  • Latest News | 23 March 2020

    https://www.poctefa.euThe COVID19 pandemic will have both sanitary and territorial impacts but regions and cities won’t be hit with the same intensity. ESPON is interested in pooling local experiences and territorial policy responses. And supports actively other European Research Associations to collect scientific evidence on the impact of CORVID19.

  • Latest News | 12 March 2020

    Differences in population density in the Baltic Sea Region show a clear north-south pattern with the sparsely populated north and the densely populated south. There is also still an east-west divide in terms of economic performance, although the divide has been closing. The BSR has developed from a divided region into a prosperous region with a dense network of cooperation arrangements.