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The Mid Term event will take place on 18th & 19th November 2004, week 47.
We are putting together the list of invitees, so if you're wondering if you should be on it, here are some very good reasons to book a very long weekend in Lille:

Mingle
We will be inviting 600 - 800 people who are involved in transnational cooperation : representatives of our approved projects, delegates from various regions and institutions to exchange ideas and experience.

Shine
The media will be invited to have a closer look at how transnational cooperation operates in North West Europe, Projects and decision-makers will be in the international limelight.

Learn
During two days everyone will be talking about the accomplishments and future successes of transnational cooperation in NWE : a unique opportunity to learn about other fields of territorial development, other ways of doing things, and to spark off ideas

Relax
Lille is European Capital of Culture in 2004, so this will be an ideal opportunity to make the trip and live a very transnational, European, cultural and enjoyable break in the Capital of Flanders !

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