This webdocumentary presents some of the results which have been achieved by the INTERREG IVC programme.

This webdocumentary has been coordinated by Nuala Morgan, communication officer of the INTERREG IVC Joint Technical Secretariat in Lille with the support of Irma Astrauskaite, Elena Ferrario, Petra Polaskova and Raluca Toma.

Director of publication: Michel Lamblin

Project manager: Stéphane Siohan
Production: Benjamin Hoguet (Djehouti)

Director: Stéphane Siohan
Co-director and cameraman: Matthieu Sartre
Sound: Stéphane Siohan
Editing: Antoine Prévost
Graphic design: Julien Hasenfratz (Djehouti)
Web-development: Gauthier Vallois (Djehouti)
Proofreading: Mariana Keller
The team would like to thank all INTERREG IVC project holders who have contributed to this interactive project in the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and Sweden.

This webdocumentary has been produced by Stéphane Siohan, Matthieu Sartre and the interactive storytelling lab Djehouti on behalf of the INTERREG IVC programme.
The information published on this site are not contractually binding. Legally binding documents are those that have been the subject of legal announcements and/or which have been officially approved by the local authorities.The content published on this site is provided for information purposes only. The existence of a link from the INTERREG IVC site to another site does not represent an endorsement of this site or its content. It is the user’s responsibility to approach this information critically and to use it advisedly. The publisher cannot be held liable for the information, opinions or recommendations of such third parties.
The INTERREG IVC programme provides funding for interregional cooperation across Europe. It is implemented under the European Community’s territorial co-operation objective and financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The operational programme for INTERREG IVC has lasted from 2007 until 2013. This programme follows on from the INTERREG IIIC programme which ran from 2002-2006.

The overall objective of the INTERREG IVC programme is to improve the effectiveness of regional policies and instruments. A project builds on the exchange of experiences among partners who are ideally responsible for the development of their local and regional policies.
The areas of support are innovation and the knowledge economy, environment and risk prevention. Thus, the programme aims to contribute to the economic modernisation and competitiveness of Europe.

Typical tools for exchange of experience are networking activities such as thematic workshops, seminars, conferences, surveys, and study visits. Project partners cooperate to identify and transfer good practices. Possible project outcomes include for example case study collections, policy recommendations, strategic guidelines or action plans.

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