The Finnova Foundation will disseminate the good practices of the NAPOCTEP project at the event “POCTEFA y tú”

The event is an opportunity to spread the NAPOCTEP project beyond the POCTEP territory (Spain and Portugal)

 

Brussels, 12.11.2019-. From 26 to 27 November 2019 will take place in Jaca (Huesca) POCTEFA y tú: cooperar para seguir creciendo (cooperate to continue growing), the first event focused on the results, good practices and the future of the POCTEFA program 2014-2020.

POCTEFA y tú will have several round tables, presentations and workshops with the participation of other Interreg programmes, representatives of the European Commission and local actors working to promote cross-border cooperation. In this way, participants will have the opportunity to discover examples of good practice, to learn the keys to collaboration with other projects, to become familiar with the new online tool with which projects with common interests can be known and to see examples of good practice.
The Finnova Foundation will be present to present and disseminate the good practices of the NAPOCTEP project (funded by the 2nd call of the Interreg POCTEP programme 2014-2020). Finnova is a beneficiary of the NAPOCTEP project and one of its tasks is the implementation of the project’s International Information and Communication Plan, in addition to establishing synergies and networking for the capitalization and exploitation of project results. This working forum held in Jaca within the framework of POCTEFA is an opportunity to raise awareness of the NAPOCTEP project outside the eligible territory of the Cross-Border Cooperation Area 3 of the POCTEP Programme (Castile-Leon – Center of Portugal).
This event will also facilitate possible collaborative lines between entities interested in the NAPOCTEP project for its future replication in the POCTEFA space, in such a way as to extend the tourist route outlined in the NAPOCTEP project to other areas and areas of cooperation and to promote the enrichment of the territories, safeguarding the environment and creating jobs in rural and inland areas.