An interactive ESPON handbook for regions; How a European perspective could help detecting territorial potentials and challenges – Policy seminar

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An interactive ESPON handbook for regions; How a European perspective could help detecting territorial potentials and challenges – Policy seminar

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An interactive ESPON handbook for regions
We are happy to invite you to a policy seminar on how a European perspective could help detecting territorial potentials and challenges.

11 February 2014, Brussels, Belgium

Detecting Territorial Potentials and Challenges (DeTeC) is an ESPON scientific platform project that strives to support local and regional practitioners and policy makers. The project has developed an interactive handbook that provides hands-on guidance to knowledge and findings coming from ESPON projects. The handbook includes analytical approaches and methods that could help detecting territorial potentials and challenges in regions and cities. It is a source of inspiration for both practitioners and policy makers working with regional policy issues at different territorial levels and focuses on how to integrate a larger European perspective in practice and policy making. For more information see the DeTeC project page.

The policy seminar

  • Invites local and regional actors (policy makers, strategic planners etc.) to learn more about ESPON and how to use ESPON knowledge.
  • Provides insight into ESPON knowledge from European, national and regional perspectives and how it can help regions detecting territorial potentials and challenges.
  • Demonstrates how the interactive handbook can make the ESPON knowledge more accessible and applicable.

Please register by email at nordregio@nordregio.se. The number of participants is limited, so please register by 3 February 2014.

 

European Union

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For questions, contact:
Stefanie Lange Scherbenske
Research Fellow

European Union

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