Strengthening community cohesion is a priority for the Euroregion and its people are at the heart of the 2030 euroregional project.

Shared values

The Euroregion encourages public participation to share common, democratic, European values and solidarity.

During the 16 years of its existence, the Euroregion has acted to foster solidarity among its constituent regions, encouraging them to get to know each other better so as to disseminate European ideals. The Euroregion strives to overcome administrative, language and cultural barriers among its members and, beyond that, it will promote a spirit of cooperation and mutual understanding to make us stronger and more visible in Europe.

By 2030, the members of the Euroregion will involve the public in initiatives and in determining part of its policy of cooperation and projects that matter most to people and will therefore:

  • create participatory projects to promote public involvement, particularly of young people;
  • promote European values among the people of the Euroregion through targeted communication with the general public and through its communication with the EU.
Community cohesion and solidarity

The Euroregion seeks to safeguard basic human rights: access to water, education, energy, culture….

In addition, the objectives of the Euroregion include:

  • The integration of new arrivals, of immigrants and fostering intergenerational relations;
  • promoting familiarity and exchange among socio-economic actors in the Euroregion;
  • promoting new ways of building community cohesion, principally through culture and by promoting new forms of entrepreneurship, such as in the third sector.
Young people and the Euroregion

The Euroregion will give priority to young people for 2030. Consequently:

  • it will promote exchange and mobility of students, trainees and secondary school students;
  • it will support its Universities in their efforts to be inclusive for students and young researchers in the face of education’s new challenges and to cooperate at the European level;
  • it will foster cooperation between young entrepreneurs and work opportunities for young people promoting job support within the businesses of the Euroregion.

Euroregional Youth Assembly

The Euroregion is creating its Youth Assembly, with young people aged between 16 and 30 from its three member territories: Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and the Region Occitanie. Applications open from 11 October to 27 November 2022.

Rules and information

Application form