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The importance of cross-border cooperation manifests itself more than ever during the coronapandemic.

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Due to the Corona crisis, also many cross-border workers are forced to work in their home country.

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Three students on our Master’s programme in Public Policy and Human Development took part in a conference in Malta, held on 17-20 April 2

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Maastricht University researchers are currently calling for people to take part in a survey about the reasons for highly-skilled int

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The Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science has selected the project ‘Leading to Success: SMART Choices and SMART Tools’,&n

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ITEM researchers kicked off the preparatory work for ITEM’s prospective PhD research project with the title “Understanding the de

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Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross border cooperation and Mobility / ITEM

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ITEM Annual Conference 2023

Infrastructure and mobility: 'Strong connections with neighbouring countries towards a sustainable and liveable society across the border'

The next ITEM Annual Conference will take place in cooperation with Province of Zuid Holland on Friday 17 November 2023 in The Hague.

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18 Nov

The ITEM annual conference in Groningen focused on the impact of border regions on security, health and energy supply for residents of Europe's internal borders. Current social developments in the fields of energy, health and safety still show that, in order to tackle barriers and work together with partners on both sides of the border, it is important to arrive at the right casuistry, a joint concrete agenda and a structural approach. The current energy challenge and the cross-border aspects involved require stronger intergovernmental governance (multilevel governance).

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19 Nov

Video available. The Corona pandemic has shown that attention to tackling obstacles is achieved not only by streamlining regulations, but also by recognizing a border identity. A joint strategy and working together with partners on both sides of the border, each from their own background appears to be necessary to establish a structural approach.