News and Events

03/07/2019
The EU SPI Pilot project team, designed and conducted a user survey addressing policy-makers and at European, national and regional levels.

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17/09/2019

Under the umbrella of the European Social Progress Index, this international event will bring together European cities that are top-ranked on the European Social Progess Index (EU SPI) within their countries. The EU SPI aims to measure social progress for each region as a complement to traditional measures of economic progress. Collectively this summit forms an international network of city leadership that champions the role of Social Progress in their countries.

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29/05/2019
This international event will bring together European cities that are top-ranked on the European Social Progress Index (EU SPI) within their countries.

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27/06/2019
The second virtual peer learning event focusing on "What the EU regions think about the EU-SPI : Presentation of survey results" took place on the 27th of June at 10:30 PM. 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 aim to allow remote participation for as many of the core members and associated regions of the project. During the session the results of the survey that was disseminated to the EU regions in April/May 2019, were presented. The survey results were discussed with the participants in order to clarify points and answer specific questions.

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09/10/2019

The overall aim of the workshop is to generate new knowledge through the application of indicator frameworks, which are measuring human well-being and social progress at the international, European and regional level. Different stakeholders (policy makers, researchers, etc.) of and beyond the “EU-SPI Project – Pilot Project on the Social Progress Index” will share the experiences they have made during the testing of the "EU Social Progress Indicator" and other indicators (e.g. the Regional Well Being Index of the OECD) in different European cities and regions.

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