European Cooperation day celebrates the successes of European Territorial Cooperation as a tool to bring people from across the EU together and to work together on issues that affect more than one country.
Supported by the European Commission and the European Parliament, European Cooperation Day invites all Europeans again this year to get out and meet your neighbours at one of the events showcasing project results or highlighting the importance of territorial cooperation.
In the past 2 years, people have cycled together, sung together, eaten together and generally had a great time in each others company in hundreds of local events organised by territorial cooperation programmes in over 30 countries.
European Co-operation day 2014 is being held on the 21 September, with events taking place across the region from Spain to Croatia, Denmark and Sweden through September.
For more information, visit: http://www.ecday.eu/.