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How to measure territorial cohesion and cooperation?

Wednesday, 21 February, 2018
Brussels, Belgium

ETC stands for European Territorial Cooperation. It is an instrument to support cooperation and implicitly also its governance across borders and territories and one of its major policy goals is to contribute to territorial cohesion.

This is why we would like to invite you to a meeting in order to:

  • bring together persons working on territorial cohesion with Interreg programme practitioners and to share experiences between cohesion and cooperation experts.
  • exchange on concepts, approaches and ideas related to territorial cohesion and cooperation and to investigate jointly how to develop indicators which are meaningful in terms of reflecting the cooperation and cohesion aspects basis for indicators. This will help to measure changes in the territories/for populations and performance of policies/programmes/projects, also in view of the post-2020 period.

In the end we would like to identify:

  • promising approaches to adequately measure key aspects of cohesion and cooperation in the context of Interreg.
  • concrete areas where efforts undertaken in the frame of ESPON work could be used more widely by other Interreg programmes (e.g. with a view to programming in the forthcoming period).

Target group:

  • representatives of programme administration bodies (MA, JS, MC).
  • Member states experts working with Interreg programmes.

Access here a YouTube playlist we created with videos explaining different approaches to how to measure territorial cohesion and cooperation.

Read more by clicking on the agenda below.

Presentations | How to measure territorial cohesion and cooperation
Contact: Daniela Minichberger
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