01/07/2020

The seventh virtual peer learning event focusing on “work and employment”  took place on the 1st of July at 10:00 CET. The workshop was organised in the frame of the series of peer learning events as part of the activities of the EU SPI Pilot project, and its aim was to allow remote participation for as many of the core members and associated regions of the project.

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27/05/2020

The sixth virtual peer learning event focusing on “migration, immigrans and social progress” is planned for the 27th of May at 10:00 CET. The workshop is organised in the frame of the series of peer learning events as part of the activities of the EU SPI Pilot project, and aims to allow remote participation for as many of the core members and associated regions of the project.

Migration and the integration of migrants are two separate aspects of the overall migration topic.

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30/04/2020

The fifth virtual peer learning event focusing on “transport poverty & social dimensions of transport” took place on the 30th of April at 10:00 CET. The workshop was organised in the frame of the series of peer learning events as part of the activities of the EU SPI Pilot project, and aimed to allow remote participation for as many of the core members and associated regions of the project.

During the session the main presentation focused on

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18/03/2020

The fourth virtual peer learning event focusing on “How to include « culture » dimensions in the EU-SPI ?” took place on the 18th of March at 14:00 CET. The workshop was organised in the frame of the series of peer learning events as part of the activities of the EU SPI Pilot project, and aimed to allow remote participation for as many of the core members and associated regions of the project.

During the session the main presentation focused on

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11/02/2020

The objective of this peer learning event is to discuss good practices and issues of education and lifelong learning at regional level – both in practice, policy making and data collection. We will discuss the main indicators and goals through which social progress and state of education can be measured and collect other aspects in this area that could be considered worthy of including in the EU-SPI.

Experts from Hungary and the international organisation EURYDICE will share their thoughts, the regions will have the opportunity to share and discuss good practices and as an outcome concrete suggestions for the EU-SPI in relation to indicators covering the field of education and lifelong learning will be developed.

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