Everyday tales and stories from the border regions of Europe and beyond, with the aim of explaining why we border-crossers are as obsessed as we are about this subject, why it is important to all of us, and why the co-operation community needs a little bit more visibility than it normally gets.

Thursday, 6 September 2007

More questions than answers

I see that my friends in the INTERACT programme have talked the Commission into doing another online question and answer session next Friday (14 September). This gives the INTERREG community the chance to put as many questions as possible to the Commission on all things co-operation, and the Commission then runs around like headless chickens trying to provide coherent answers. It's quite amusing to try and picture it, actually.

More seriously, it's a great way to get a rapid answer to tricky questions, and it's certainly a good way to build up links within the whole community. Indeed, sometimes the best answer may come from someone dealing with another programme, rather than from the Commission.

Sign up at http://www.interact-eu.net/4107/0/0/1366305 to join the fun.

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