Save the date 2 June – Info session on b-solutions 2.0 : focus on EU-IPA borders

About this event:
Organised by the b-solutions team of AEBR, this webinar will take place in the follow up of a general info session on b-solutions 2.0 call for proposals and will focus on the borders between EU countries and IPA countries (Turkey, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, the Republic of North Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina). It will provide information to public bodies and cross-border structures located in these areas which are interested in finding out more on:

  • the b-solutions 2.0 initiative and the application procedure for the call for proposals;
  • the types of legal/administrative obstacles which can be faced at a border between an EU and an IPA country;
  • and the applicant’s benefits for joining this European project.

We will answer your questions and give you example of previous cases, having in mind that the b-solutions 2.0 call for proposals includes for the first time applicants sharing a border with IPA countries. In the meantime, you can learn more on our project on b-solutions’ website: https://www.b-solutionsproject.com/.

Timeline

11:30am – 12:00pm: Presentation by AEBR
12:00pm – 12:15pm: Q&A session

Important notifications to attend

A personal registration is required to participate. Based on the registration, we will send you more information on the event as well as the link to attend it the day before the event by email. This event is hosted by the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR). For queries please send an e-mail to: b-solutions@aebr.eu.

Data protection disclaimer

The persons who sign up for this online event give their consent to transfer their personal data (name, surname and email address) to the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR), for the sole purpose of the online event. The data protection officer at AEBR is the Secretary General, and can be contacted at b-solutions@aebr.eu. The persons included in this database have the right to access, correct or delete their personal data.

Pictures/screenshots may be taken and used for the proceedings of the event and publication on the website or other social media channels of the Association of European Border Regions.

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