This year’s edition of the MED Annual Event, entitled "Past, present and future of the Interreg MED Programme and of the Governance in the Mediterranean", was devoted to the Programme’s priority axis 4 and focused on enhancing governance in the Mediterranean
The Interreg MED Programme together with the Agence Nationale de la Cohésion des Territoires (ANCT) organised the MED Annual Event, a brainstorming conference on the future of European territorial cooperation in order to better coordinate and strengthen the governance actions in the Mediterranean.
This year’s edition, entitled "Past, present and future of the Interreg MED Programme and of the Governance in the Mediterranean", devoted to the Programme’s priority axis 4, focused on enhancing governance in the Mediterranean.
Throughout the event, consisting of three plenary sessions, participants assessed progress of the MED programme and its architecture and discussed different approaches, processes and results to pave the way for the next 2 years of implementation.
The event provided an excellent opportunity to share different perspectives on the Interreg MED next programming period 2021-2027, including insights and recommendations presented in the collective reflection exercise "Stocktaking of PANORAMED and the way ahead: Better Governance for a Mediterranean Green Deal"
The replay and all supporting documents of the online conference “Past, Present and Future of the Interreg MED Programme and Governance in the Mediterranean" are available online, giving you the opportunity to consult presentation material, mentioned Key Policy Papers and the illustrations prepared by the journalist-drawer. All content will be available for a duration of 2 years.
Follow the link (https://e-governance-interreg-med.fr/) and click on the “plenary” button for full videos of the morning sessions and the summary of the afternoon world café groups. Browse under the "documents" button to get access to different documents. If you attended the event, you can also fill out the satisfaction survey.