The identification and exchange of good practices is a core activity of every Interreg Europe project. We ask all projects to submit their good projects via a web submission form for two important purposes:
- First, the number of good practices submitted by your project is the means to justify the indicator “number of good practices identified” in the progress report. Before the good practice can be counted towards the indicator, it has to be validated by the Joint secretariat. Once submitted, the good practices are visible on a dedicated tab on your project website.
- Second, a selection of the most outstanding good practices are published by the Policy Learning Platform in the good practice database, allowing the entire community to benefit from them. Before a good practice appears publicly in the good practice database, it is again validated by the Platform thematic experts, who assess whether the practice could be a source of inspiration and learning for policymakers all over Europe. The good practice author can follow the validation process on their user dashboard, and through email updates.
To explain the submission and validation process in detail, we invite you to attend a webinar on Thursday 6 June 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00.
Please register for the webinar at the following link:
For more information, a short guidance note on the validation process can be accessed here. In addition, the frequently asked questions section of the website (www.interregeurope.eu/help/faqs/36/) provides more details:
What is a good practice?
Who can submit a good practice?
Where can I find Interreg Europe good practices?
How to submit a good practice?
What are the validation steps?