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Faces of the Neighbourhood - ENPI Photo exhibition opened at the Info Point Europa in Brussels

Photo exhibition – ‘Faces of the Neighbourhood: Travelling across EU cooperation with its Southern and Eastern Neighbours’ prepared by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre is opened to the public from 30 September until 14 November 2014, at the Info Point Europa in Brussels. It brings together photos taken for the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre by photographers of Agence France-Presse (AFP) and the European Pressphoto Agency (EPA).




 


As well, the photo of the project EstRusFortTour-2 that won in public voting during European Cooperation Day 2014 photo competition, is placed in Info Centre Europa, placed next to the main building of the European Commission in the very centre of Brussels. 


 

 
The pictures chosen for the exhibition epitomise concrete activities and projects that derive from a major EU external relations policy. Travelling though themes and space, the exhibition showcases examples of cooperation in different sectors - migration, environment, research or youth, across all the countries of the region – south and east – demonstrating the human face of EU cooperation.



 
 
 
The exhibition and the event is an opportunity to highlight the achievements of the Neighbourhood policies at the end of the seven-year funding period 2007-2013 (ENPI), and to signal the way ahead for the next seven years under the new European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI).


 
Faces of the Neighbourhood are running until 14 November 2014, 9.00-17.00, at the Info Point Europa, Rue Archimède 1, Brussels.
 

Faces of the Neighbourhood has been prepared by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, a project funded by the EU as part of the Regional Communication Programme (2011-2014).

 
Media partners: ANSA

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