Region Stockholm collaborates in order to monitor and influence EU and global-level decisions.
Region Stockholm collaborates with other parties within the framework of regional development, such as:
Stockholm Region EU Office
Region Stockholm is, alongside the City of Stockholm and Storsthlm, a main shareholder of the Stockholm Region EU Office, a company within the Stockholm Region Association for European Affairs. Region Stockholm works, in collaboration with the other main shareholders and the members of the association, to monitor and influence EU policy that is significant to Region Stockholm’s core mission.
Baltic Sea Commission and CPMR
Through membership of the Baltic Sea Commission, and the Conference of Peripheral and Maritime Regions (CPMR), Region Stockholm collaborates with CPMR’s member regions, and monitors and influences EU policy in areas such as transport, maritime issues, energy and climate, as well as cohesion policy.
Through membership of the Network of European Metropolitan Regions and Areas (METREX), Region Stockholm collaborates with European metropolitan regions, and contributes to knowledge and experience exchanges related to metropolitan issues.
Region Stockholm has a collaboration agreement with the French Île-de-France region. The main purpose of the agreement is to promote partnership in areas such as innovation, digital transformation, and green solutions.
Interreg Central Baltic
Region Stockholm is, alongside Region Ӧstergötland, hosting national points of contact for Interreg Central Baltic. The Central Baltic programme is able to finance projects to develop collaboration across national borders. The contact points are the link between the parties in Sweden that are seeking funding from the programme, and the programme office in Turku, Finland.