The event

On November 21st and 22nd, the Interreg Euro-MED Joint Secretariat together with the Slovenian Presidency is organising a major event in Ljubljana that will bring together stakeholders from across the Mediterranean region to discuss and shape the future of governance in the region.

This event aims to initiate an institutional dialogue, enhance networks, and foster collaboration among various organisations.

What’s on the agenda?

Interreg Euro-MED Governance projects will first showcase the 2014-20 concrete results/solutions linked to their 2021-27 missions thus connecting the dots between past and future

Mediterranean initiatives and strategies representatives will then exchange on their needs and expectations as “outsiders” of the Interreg sphere to better cooperate together, while some of the Interreg Programmes will then react to their ideas, presenting the state of the art of the European territorial cooperation. 

Last but not least, on day 2, the floor will be given to the audience which will be offered the possibilty to provide solutions and concrete actions to boost the cooperation between all these Mediterranean stakeholders.

Thus, together, partners and associated partners of Governance projects, Mediterranean initiatives and strategies, European programmes and institutions will explore innovative solutions and set the Programme Governance mechanism in motion to drive sustainable development in the region.

The event will be held in Ljubljana while some sessions will be live streamed.
NB: Registration upon invitation only

Workshops organised
by the Missions



Workshops dedicated to the Programme missions will be held on 22nd afternoon. Each mission will design its own workshop and will moderate the session.

Invitations are directly managed by the Governance projets.

Find more information on their websites!

Strengthening an innovative sustainable economy

Protecting, restoring and valorising the natural environment and heritage

Promoting green living areas

Enhancing sustainable tourism