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On course with the ERDF

The new, interactive ERDF map shows assisted projects near you. From fish to rockets – Bremen is “packed with ERDF”.

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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

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:

Ms Francis Mubanga

Responsible for horizontal objectives of the ESF and BAP, ESF publicity officer

The programme provides an overview of all the events during this year’s Europe Week (pdf, 1.8 MB) (pdf, 1.8 MB).