Join us for an online seminar on building a successful project partnership.
The strongest partnerships are those grounded in a common territorial challenge and driven by partners responsible for regional policymaking. In this workshop, participants will learn how to identify the right project partners and the stakeholders needed to make concrete improvements on the ground.
- Understand the importance of territorial context when building a partnership
- Recognise relevant policy instruments and describe how they can be improved
- Know how to select relevant project partners and where to find them
- Identify who should be part of the stakeholder groups and how they should be engaged
It is part of a series of lead applicant webinars with practical presentations. You will be able to ask questions and interact with the speakers. Check the technical requirements here.
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