On the 8th of October, the SWARE project team organized the digital final conference to thematically close the project by sharing the results of the past years of knowledge exchange and action planning. Due to the pandemic, the last year of cooperation has been different, but nonetheless inspiring. The SWARE project has almost come to an end. But the exchange of experiences and knowledge between the partners will continue,  even after 2020.

What is SWARE? Here is a video to describe it! 6 partners, 23 best practices visited,more than 200 stakeholders involved, 70 events and 5 action plans.

During the event, speakers and guest speakers from the SWARE project, the INTERREG Europe Programme and the European Parliament spoke about the successes of the SWARE project, the continued involvement and possibilities connecting the SWARE lessons learnt to the goals of the European Union and the regions in future projects.

One of the main topics was the sharing of results. All partners discussed how their region implemented the lessons learnt, how they achieved policy change or started projects that were inspired and influenced by good practices from other partnerregions. A good example of which is the Gauja promenade & Tidal Park project.

Want to learn more about the SWARE exchange of experience journey? Please check our library: https://www.interregeurope.eu/sware/library/#folder=621sware/library/#folder=621

The presentations of all speakers from the morning session can be found at: https://www.interregeurope.eu/sware/library/#folder=2630

The SWARE project is implemented with the support of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the INTERREG Europe Programme 2014 – 2020. This publication reflects the author’s views only and the INTERREG Europe Programme authorities are not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.