AEBR Cross-Border School is a unique opportunity to learn about the latest research and trends on cross-border cooperation. Once every year academics and practitioners are discussing with their audience the added value of cross-border cooperation against the backdrop of the current political situation locally and globally.
Five AEBR Cross-Border Schools have been organized so far:
||Arnhem, Netherlands / Online hybrid||The Green Deal Perspective
Energy Transition of Industrial Regions
Border Regions and the Location of Green Facilities
Cross-Border Management of Sustainability
|2020||Online||Cross-Border regions in COVID times
Cross-Border Spatial Planning
Cross-Border Labour Market
|2019||Dresden, Germany||The Culture of Cross-Border Cooperation|
|2018||Oulu, Finland||(Youth) Education and Employment in European Border Regions|
|2017||Badajoz, Spain||Knowledge and Practice on the Border|
AEBR Cross-Border School is held annually, usually at the end of October, as a pre-event to the AEBR Annual Conference.
How to participate in AEBR Cross-Border School?
Every year AEBR sets a topic for its Cross-Border School which is in accordance with current relevant topics and the general topic of AEBR’s Annual Conference. Around April every year, AEBR launches a Call for Proposals to find new and interesting participants for the Cross-Border School. The Call for Proposals is announced through the AEBR webpage and via its Newsletter (subscribe via the form here below).
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