Panorama Magazine | Number 72 (Spring 2020)

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Series Details Number 72
Publication Date Spring 2020
ISSN 1725-8308
EC KN-LR-20-001-EN-N
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Hungary looks to a brighter future


The spring issue of Panorama magazine features an interview with Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms Elisa Ferreira. The discussion covers her past experiences and her priorities for the future.

The country focus this time is on Hungary. As well as a wide selection of projects there is also an interview with László Palkovics, Hungarian Minister for Innovation and Technology on his plans for increasing his country’s competitiveness. Another main article showcases projects funded through Interreg in the year in which it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

It also looks at the work of the ongoing “EU delivers in the regions” communications campaign, featuring an interview with the leader of the Administrative Capacity Building pilot action team Kostas Raftopoulos, and evaluating the success of the EU’s Catching-Up Regions initiative.

The In Your Own Words section features a contribution from the Baltic Sea Region, and the Youth4Regions journalist reports on the CITIES Forum which took place recently in Porto. The projects section visits Czechia, Croatia, Serbia, Estonia and Germany.


  • Editorial: Elisa Ferreira, European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms
  • Interview: Commissioner Ferreira talks about her aspirations
  • Delivering in the regions: Highlighting 34 regional communication campaigns
  • Data Point: Cohesion Policy evaluations show divergence across the Member States
  • Interreg: Celebrating 30 years of cooperation across borders
  • Interview: Kostas Raftopoulos on the role of frontloading administrative capacity
  • Catching-up Regions: Strategies and policies to help the EU's lagging regions do better
  • YOUTH4REGIONS: A young journalist reports on her recent trip to Porto to participate in the CITIES forum
  • Hungary: Setting out ambitious plans to invest in a smarter, more competitive and sustainable future
  • ESIF: Financial instruments double investments in projects
  • News in Brief
  • HIT: New Interreg tools designed to ensure a harmonised approach to efficient programme implementation
  • EU Datathon 2020: Apply now and stake your claim for a share of the competition's EUR 100 000 prize fund
  • In your own words: The Baltic Sea Region collaborating to promote cooperation and pioneering activities
  • Projects: Profiles of successful projects from Czechia, Croatia, Serbia, Estonia and Germany
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