The Policy Learning Platform is a space for continuous learning dedicated to people like you, that are involved in the development of regional policies. We believe that throughout mutual exchanges we can all learn and deliver better policies for the future.
Our aim is to be a concrete help in your everyday work, and our ambition is to become your reference portal when it comes to #policylearning and #policymaking. We are always open to listen to your needs and to involve our community in the design of our future activities.
The Make a wish! survey
Following our principles, a survey was launched end of 2020 encouraging the Interreg Europe community members to tell us about their day to day challeneges and the topics they would like to learn more about in order to help us shape our future activites.
We were glad to receive many relevant contributions from members representing local, regional and national authorities, amongst others. Your proposals and preferences were carefully analysed by our experts and taken into account.
Please note that some events are still to be confirmed, so we recommend to regularly check our calendar for upadtes.
|Research and innovation|
|3 Nov - Industry 4.0 online workshop|
|Dec (tbc) - Clusters workshop|
|Jan (tbc) - Implementing S3 workshop|
|Feb (tbc) - Innovation-led urban development/Dedicated Innovation Spaces webinar|
|March (tbc) - Technology Foresight online discussion|
|21 Sep - Competitive and sustainable tourism workshop (register here)|
|27 Sep - Scaling up European SMEs workshop (register here)|
|10 Nov - Digital transformation workshop|
|Dec (tbc) - Circular economy - regional enabling frameworks webinar|
Jan (tbc) - Support to SME competitiveness in rural areas online discussion
|Feb (tbc) - Fostering innovation capacities of SMEs workshop|
|March (tbc) - Evolution of the agri-food sector workshop|
|16 Set - Cycling cities IV: Cargo bikes for the last mile webinar (register here)|
|23 Set - Cycling cities V: Cost-benefit comparisons of bicycles vs cars webinar (register here)|
|27 Oct - Low carbon strategies webinar (register here)|
|30 Nov - E-mobility I webinar|
|7 Dec - E-mobility II webinar|
|14 Dec - E-mobility III webinar|
Feb (tbc) - Building a regional hydrogen economy webinar
|March (tbc) - Citizen and community mobilisation for the energy transition workshop|
|Environment and resource efficiency|
|21 Sept - Competitive and sustainable tourism workshop (register here)|
|Nov (tbc) - Cultural heritage in mountainous regions webinar|
|Dec (tbc) - Biowaste workshop|
|20 Jan - Waste collection Trilogy 1: Packaging waste webinar|
|27 Jan - Waste collection Trilogy 2: Textiles waste webinar|
|3 Feb - Waste collection Trilogy 3: WEEE webinar|
|24 March - Sustainable food systems workshop|
If you have good practices and policy solutions to share on any of the topics above, please do not hesitate to reach out to our experts.
We also encourage you to subscribe to our thematic policy digest to stay up to date!
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Approved action plans
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