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The RegioStars Awards have been awarded every year since 2008 to the most outstanding regional projects carried out using European Union financing. This is a repost of “Tenemos que hablar” sobre los Premios RegioStar, originally published by Andrea González González (@regglez, on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) after the European Week of Regions and Cities, which she… » read more

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A few months ago we published an entry in the Cantabriaa Europa blog about Cabárceno Nature Park, which was competing in “Europe in My Region”, a competition organised by the Directorate-General for Regional Policy of the European Commission. This is a repost of La Semana Europea de las Regiones y las Ciudades 2016, originally published… » read more

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Today I will not talk about one single project, but 1,175 projects funded by the EU in Barcelona. This is a repost of 1,175 European projects in Barcelona, originally published on Linkedin by Josep Rodríguez (LinkedIn) and submitted to the Europe in My Region 2016 blogging competition. This is the spectacular figure of a survey… » read more

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An Example Project

There are over 700,000 people with disabilities in Romania. Various disabilities. The country’s stable population is slightly over 21 million, according to the latest census. That’s over 700,000 people to whom the government pays social welfare and allowances (or whatever they’re called) from non-disabled taxpayers’ money – and that’s about all they get. This is… » read more

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The Cabárceno Natural Park is a tourist and nature conservation area located in the Pisueña valley, in the municipality of Penagos in Cantabria, Spain. It is home to more than 150 animal species cohabiting in a semi-freedom regime across an area of over 20 km which can be covered either by car, bicycle or on… » read more

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