What is a good practice?
A good practice is defined as an initiative related to regional development policy which has proved to be successful in a region and which is of potential interest to other regions.
Although we primarily refer to good practices, valuable learning can also come from unsuccessful practices. Lessons learnt from unsuccessful experiences are also taken into consideration in the exchange of experience process. You can find more information in our programme manual.
Examples of good practices can be found in the good practice database.
How can I submit a good practice?
You can submit good practices from several points on the website. Take a look below to start submitting your good practices today.
You can submit a good practice by going to your profile menu on the top right when logged into your account.
In the list, find good practices, click on the option and you will be directed to your personal good practices dashboard.
Once you arrive in your good practices dashboard, you will see a big blue button.
Click on the button to start the process of submitting a good practice.
You can also explore more information about additional features of your good practice dashboard.
If your good practice is linked to a project or if you are a lead partner or a project web admin, have a look also at our guidance note about good practice validation.
Where can I find good practices?
Our good practices database consists of a wide variety of examples that have been put forward by our projects and validated by Platform Experts. Start exploring them below.
Reception and housing care for Ukrainian refugees in Croatia
Since the start of the war Croatia provided housing solutions, coordination of all activities of reception and care of the refugees from Ukraine.
Land deformation monitoring with integrated geomatic technique in the Veneto Region
Integrated geomatic technique combining levelling lines, InSAR data and GNSS surveys for monitoring land subsidence in Veneto Region
Mapping and monitoring Urban Environment through Sentinel-1 SAR data
By using Sentinel-1 SAR data it's possible to monitor the evolution of urban areas: a reliable, useful and cost-efficient support for regional planning.
Small-scale Retention Programe in Forests as nature-based climate change mitigation
Small-scale Retention Programme in forests is an action related to the fight against lowering the groundwater level in forest ecosystems.
Food Vision 2030: Ireland’s integrated systems approach for a sustainable agri-food sector
Food Vision 2030 is a stakeholder-led, mission-oriented strategy which recognises the interconnectedness of policies for food, health, climate and environment.
Carbon compensation in forests through labelled projects - CNPF
The French accreditation standard for carbon compensation projects requires rules to operate, which were made by the National Center of Forest Property (CNPF).
Andalusian Carbon Standard for the Certification of Blue Carbon Credits
Standard of Blue Carbon credits & supporting documents & Catalogue of projects approved to implement Blue Carbon sequestration projects in Andalusia
DIH4CAT(Catalonia Digital Innovation Hub) 1st year accelerating SMEs advanced digital transformation
DIH4CAT first year of results. More than 100 projects for testing of tech4.0, 135 guidance services,14 tech training courses, 2 brokerage events, among others.