EUROPEAN COOPERATION DAY 2020 – Promotional campaign „Discover your neighborhood“ & planting 30 trees for 30 years of Interreg

Every year since 2016, the Managing Authority, in cooperation with programme bodies, organises celebration of the European Cooperation Day in order to promote the cross-border cooperation together with the programme area citizens in fun and engaging way.

This year, instead of organising one cross-border event, we decided to celebrate European Cooperation Day by organising a series of local planting trees events and through promotional campaign “Discover your neighbourhood”!  

Discover your neighborhood!

For the next 4 weeks, we will present interesting touristic routes, sites and events in your neighbourhood developed or improved within projects and invite you to visit or (re)discover them.

We invite you to take a walk or cycle in the beautiful nature sites of your neighbouring area, to go for a horse ride or listen to classical music, to take photo (or selfie) of the site/event and share it on social media by using the following hashtags: #ECDay2020 #InterregIPAHRRS.

You are welcome to share your story with us, so please, mention us on social media (Facebook or Twitter) or send your impression and pictures on the following e-mail: ma@interreg-croatia-serbia2014-2020.eu

With this campaign, we would like to remind citizens that many good things come out when we join forces. Discover your neighbourhood and share your story!

30 trees for 30 years of Interreg!

In order to mark the 30 years of Interreg, the Programme will organize 2 local events and plant 15 trees in each country during September and October 2020. 30 trees altogether will represent 30 years of successful Interreg cooperation and one of the themes of the celebration, which is Green Europe.

Please follow us here and on social media in the upcoming period for more information!

FILMharmonia

FILMharmonia held last set of events in Subotica

Project FILMharmonia can be described as an enchanting interplay of music and film that tackles the challenge of undiversified tourism offer in the cross-border area through screening of mute films

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