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The nominations deadline has been extended for the European Regional Champions Awards 2007, presented by The Regional Review in association with the Committee of Regions.

This exciting awards programme has been developed to celebrate the very best in regional innovation and best practice throughout the EU regions, highlighting champion programmes & projects that can serve as examples to other regions.


Nominations are open to all European regions, cities and towns in the following categories:

  • European Regional Maritime Champion
  • European Regional Cultural Champion
  • European Regional Employment Champion
  • European Regional Transport Champion
  • European Regional Social Policy Champion
  • European Regional Communication Champion
  • European Regional Innovation Champion
  • European Year of Equal Opportunities for All Champion

"The Committee of Regions is delighted to partner The Regional Review on this important awards programme.  This is a wonderful opportunity to promote key new projects and initiatives and I would encourage as many regions as possible to nominate"

Michel Delebarre, President of the Committee of the Regions


For all category and judging criteria and nomination details, please visit


The shortlist will be announced in early July 2007.  All members of CoR will then vote on the shortlist.  Winners will be announced at a special gala reception on 10th October 2007, during OPEN DAYS week in Brussels.


The awards are simple to enter please note that nominations close on Friday 1st June .


Should you require any further information, please contact Brett Alderton on +44-(0)20-7091-7511.

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