On June 6, we hosted a webinar on how the good practice database works and how to submit your good practice in the most efficient way.
Watch the recording again or for the first time. And check out this growing repository of tools and templates put together by Interreg Europe projects, and why not add your own resources to the list for others to benefit from!
Use the links below to find a specific part of the webinar:
00:03:50 Nicolas Singer from Interreg Europe presents:
00:19:00 Verena Priem from Interreg Europe presents how to submit a good practice:
00:34:25 Validation process
00:47:05 Key points to remember
00:16:28 Q: Is it possible to save the submission form and come back to it later?
00:17:23 Q: How long does it take a good practice to be approved?
00:33:22 Q: How do you define the geographical scope of a good practice?
00:39:15 Q: Could a good practice appear on the website after being validated by the web admin, and be rejected afterwards by the policy officer?
00:42:45 Q: Can a good practice be based on a private sector initiative?
00:44:25 Q: Is it possible to correct a mistake on a published good practice?
00:49:27 Q: For how long a good practice is valid?
00:51:35 Q: Is it possible to submit a good practice developed by an SME?
00:52:30 Q: Do you have any good example of a good practice?
00:53:55 Q: Where can projects get help on good practices?
00:54:30 Q: At what stage in the project are good practices usually submitted?
00:55:26 Q: Do you have any suggestion about how to identify good practices?
00:58:57 Q: Should good practices be linked to the project study visits?
00:59:30 Q: Can we identify good practices from outside of the partners regions?
01:01:01 Q: Can a good practice be counted towards the indicators in the progress report if the policy officer validates it, but the thematic expert does not publish it?
The Government of Aragon (Spanish partner) celebrates the second Stakeholders Group Meeting and the first communication event in Zaragoza.
The partners have met in Split, Croatia, where thay have develop some meetings, study visits and a workshop of good practices.
You can now vote for your favourite project(s) for REGIOSTARS 2019. Three Interreg Europe projects are among the 199 contestants - show them your support!