Oct 26

Interreg Slam 2023 – grand finale

Santiago de Compostela, Spain
26 Oct - 26 Sep
12:00 - 13:30

The Interreg Slam is our favourite communication contest that takes place every year to promote the best projects and programmes of Interreg, and this year we received 30 applications.

The Storytelling contest has just finished and we are happy to announce the 5 finalists for this year’s edition. We will work hard with them on the video preparation, so expect some good news and 5 brand new promo videos in September.

In the meantime, already book your calendars for the Interreg Annual Event where our 5 finalists will perform on stage in Santiago de Compostela on 26 October at 12.00 CET.

The Interreg Slam 2023 finalists:

Senza Confini – Education and Training Network(link is external) – Interreg Italia – Austria

The project aims to ensure the recognition of skills and the adoption of shared, replicable and sustainable training practices and improvement of functional pedagogical models to students and young workers.

TiCHron(link is external) – Interreg Sudoe

The project provides a response to the lack of existing initiatives to help children and adolescents with chronic diseases. It offers analysis of the real needs of these young people, information and awareness tools adapted to them, improved health-related skills, protocols and tangible results connected ton care and early action in risk situations.

UPDATE(link is external) – Interreg-IPA CBC Croatia-Serbia

The project includes the implementation of STEAM education in schools with a focus on robotics, Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, and Virtual reality, development of courses in Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Everything, as well as two STEAM fairs and a Virtual reality demonstration day.

Interactive Youth Map(link is external) – Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria – Serbia

The project aims to create an interactive map in the field of alternative tourism created entirely by the efforts of the young people. 20 of them have been trained in photography and video editing, and 20 more in writing skills, thus establishing networks of young people with skills and experience in the field of tourism promotion and raising awareness and promotion of local Cross-border attractions.

POCTEP(link is external) – Interreg Spain – Portugal

It is the largest cross-border cooperation programme in the EU, offering opportunities for variety of trainings and acquiring of skills. The programme finances projects, providing training courses for technical skills in the field of rehabilitation of industrial areas, leisure and sport certification, innovation and business cooperation.