COVID-19 and war on the European continent have profoundly changed European society and its needs. This participatory lab aims to discuss creative solutions based on previously unexplored approaches.
Two EU macroregional strategies for the Danube and Baltic Sea regions jointly consider the role of upskilling and innovative approaches in designing solutions for the recovery and future of the European macroregions. The session also tackles ESF+ financial capacities in dealing with these issues.
What to expect?
The event is organized by Ukrainian Institute for International Politics together with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor and Tourism Baden-Württemberg (Germany) and Norden Association Sweden.
📌 This session will be held within the European Week of Regions and Cities 2023, the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to cohesion policy. Read more here.