The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are gathering information about the challenges that regions and cities are facing in the COVID-19 context. Share your experience by filling out a short survey.
How is COVID-19 affecting your region, your city, your village? By sharing your experience, you can contribute to better understanding and assessment of the impact of the crisis on regional and local communities across the EU and the OECD. The survey covers aspects related to matters of governance, finance, as well as recovery strategy.
The results will be summarised in a joint CoR-OECD paper. They will also feed into the work of OECD and the CoR.
The survey is open until 30 June 2020. It is available in all official EU languages. You can fill it here.
If you would like to know more about the topic, have a look at a webinar the OECD and the CoR organised on 18 June.
The Policy Learning Platform has summarised recent report findings on the COVID-19 territorial and economic impacts on European regions. Get the insights here.
See also our COVID-19 page to see how Interreg Europe and our projects are responding to the crisis.
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