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Free MOOC about funding opportunities and sustainable development in the Mediterranean


The Interreg Euro-MED Academy offers a set of free online courses about sustainable and inclusive development in the Mediterranean among which one is about funding opportunities and cooperation mechanisms for a sustainable Mediterranean.
In this learning programme, our project officers give detailed explanation about the Interreg Euro-MED, its approach, missions and project types. It is particularly useful for new partners willing to apply for the ongoing call for thematic projects, especially if they miss the Information session. The programme consists of 4 courses

1/ an overview on EU programmes and funding opportunities addressing the main challenges in the Mediterranean;
2/ an analysis of cooperation and funding opportunities in a post-COVID-19 context;
3/ a reflection on cooperation and European Territorial Cooperation programmes in the Mediterranean in a post-COVID19 context;
4/ an analysis of the added value of European Territorial Cooperation as a means to influence and upgrade public policies.

This learning Programme is just one out of the 6th already available and some others will come shortly.

Here is the list of the courses available:
#01 _ Promoting innovation for sustainability transitions in the Mediterranean
#03 _ Funding opportunities and cooperation mechanisms for a sustainable Mediterranean
#04_ Sustainable Tourism and Mobility for the Mediterranean
#05 _ Fostering and managing blue growth potential in the Mediterranean
#06_A_ Green Living Buildings
#06_B_ Green Living Cities
#06_C_ Green Living Territories

The Interreg Euro-MED Academy is an open-access learning space co-created by the eight Interreg MED Programme Thematic Communities (2014-2020) and PANORAMED, the governance platform, that opened its virtual doors in February 2022.

The Academy’s main mission is to make the knowledge, skills and results of the 2014-2020 Interreg MED Projects readily available to the next generation of leaders of a sustainable, inclusive and resilient Mediterranean area. Each learning programme lasts between 4 to 6 weeks and includes pre-recorded lectures, reading suggestions, interactive exercises, live sessions and peer-to-peer exchanges about the future of the Mediterranean region.

Visit the Interreg Euro-MED Academy website for more information and to enroll in a course.