Eurodyssey programme managers and coordinators met on 11 October 2012, in Strasbourg during the programme’s annual Forum. For the thematic debate, they invited members of the AER Bureau to discuss advantages and challenges of an ambitious mobility policy. Guest of honour at the first roundtable was Mr. Jameleddine GHARBI, the Tunisian Minister for Regional Development and Planning, whose presence brought an extra-European perspective to the debate. Following these political discussions, the second roundtable focused on a more in depth analysis of the terms and conditions of an effective Eurodyssey implementation, thanks to the input of key players from the programme.
The Forum thanked the Azores for their commitment and work during the past six years of Presidency and management of Eurodyssey. A call for applications is currently underway to identify the region that will take over starting mid-2013. The 2013 Eurodyssey Forum will take place in Corsica.
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