Online training for the Lead Partners

As the Interreg NPA is striving to improve collaboration and promote inclusivity within the NPA community, we are pleased to invite the Lead Partners to an online training session focusing on Horizontal Principles and fostering greener and more inclusive NPA.

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The Secretariat would like to meet virtually with the Lead Partners to present new guidelines that are meant to inspire and motivate the projects on their way towards greener and more inclusive NPA. Check them out here.

Participation in this training session is mandatory for the Lead Partners of all Main projects and voluntary for the Lead Partners of Preparatory projects. If the Lead Partner is not able to join, a substitute may be chosen to attend the training on behalf of the project.

During the session, the Secretariat will also share instructions on how to report on Horizontal principles in the future.

Date: 22nd April 2024
Time: 14:00 CET
Place: Zoom

Register at this link no later than 16th April 2024. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Lucia Brhlikova or Kalle Pakalen.

The training is on invitation only.


Hero photo credit: Patrick Trägårdh at Interreg NPA Annual Conference in Skellefteå, November 2023

Horizontal principles presentation

Below you can download the presentation from the training.

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