Status of applications
On 28 June 2019 the second call for peer reviews run by the Policy Learning Platform was closed. We received 10 applications that cover all topics addressed by the Interreg Europe programme. The final results are expected for beginning of October 2019, at the latest.
Public bodies from various European regions showed their interest in hosting a peer review. They see this as a great opportunity to find policy solutions by exchanging and learning from others. The received applications tackle policy challenges such as SMEs digital transformation, mobility policies or artificial intelligence, to name just a few.
Peer reviews being organised now
So far five interregional peer reviews were organised in France, Sweden, Belgium and Bulgaria. The topics addressed go from social housing to digital transformation or Corporate Social Resposability.
Check the success stories here
This week, the Policy Learning Platform organises a peer review on large urban startup ecosystems for the Berlin Senate. Two more peer reviews approved under the first call for applications will be organised this autumn.
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