The SE4ALL Project, was financed by EACEA within the framework of the “Europe for Citizens” Programme 2014-2020, Measure 2.1 “Town-Twinning” and took place in Cautano, a beautiful town in Campania region-Italy, from September 6th-12th 2018.
The seven day International Meeting was hosted by the Project Applicant, the Municipality of Cautano, in strict collaboration with the local associations and volunteers, and was attended by seven European Partners coming from five Countries, and namely from the Municipality of Mielno (Poland), the Municipalities of Repashuta, Bükkaranyos and Bükkszentkereszt (Hungary), the Municipality of Filipstad (Sweden) and the Municipality of Deryneia (Cyprus).
During the Meeting, the international delegates and the local civil authorities were trained both about SE4ALL and about the “Europe for Citizens” Programme 2014-2020, while, on September 9th, there was the core of the event, with the Partners official signature of the “Friendship and Cooperation Agreement” that has paved the way to future fruitful collaborations within the framework of European Programmes.
The Mayor of Cautano, Mr. Giuseppe Fuggi stated: “It was an honour to me to have hosted a European event in my city, for the first time ever. Cautano is a small town in the south of Italy and thanks to SE4ALL it gained a great visibility both at national and at European level. I hope that we can be an example for many other small communities like ours to take a first step towards joint actions for a better future of Europe”.