During this year’s Europe Week from 2-15 May, people are welcome to go on an interactive project trip and learn about Bremen’s ERDF projects since 1994 – because Bremen is packed with ERDF. The ERDF map has been given a complete technical overhaul, redesigned and updated to include the current programming period. The outcome is an easy-to-use interactive map which provides information about programming periods, programme axes and funding volumes. The user can filter by year and select a 2D or 3D display. The colour system has been updated, and the ERDF heroes Felicia, Ruth, Eco and Emil guide the viewer through the programme with a twinkle in their eye.
The map can be viewed in the EuropaPunktBremen. It will also be on show outside the city centre during the Europe in North Bremen events on 8 May and Europe in Obervieland on 14 May. If you can’t make it to one of those places, you can still find the interactive ERDF map online at www.efre-karte.de.
We are also joining with the ESF on 25 May to offer a tour of Gröpelingen and Oslebshausen, during which we will be showing the Bremen Young European Federalists projects funded by the ERDF and the ESF. There are still a few places available. If you are interested, contact Francis Mubanga: