Peer Learning event in Budapest: Using and improving the EU-SPI in the field of Education and Lifelong Learning
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.
The third virtual peer learning event focusing on "Defining, Measuring and Improving Well-being for the European regions" took place on the 19th of December at 10:00 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 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
· the meaning of well-being
· GDP standard measure and its limitations
· many new approaches and no consensus
· measuring well-being and the inequality issue
· policy conclusions.
The second EUSPI Peer Learning event, focusing on "The comparability issue on indexes: The specific case of the EU-SPI" took place in Brussels on the 11th of October 2019.
The workshop discussed issues of comparability and types of peer groups aiming to:
- introduce the key concepts and issues that define the challenge of comparability between peer groups
- highlight ideas from case studies of different project partners, which can serve as inspiration for more detailed discussion and experience sharing
- suggest some key question to focus peer discussion.
DG Regio event in the frame of the EWRC “Regional governance, competitiveness and social integration”
What makes certain regions more resilient than others? What are the mutual relationships between quality of governance, territorial competitiveness and social cohesion? This session launches the new Regional Competitiveness Index and brings together good practices and case studies on regional governance and social progress. The aim is to understand if progress in governance is connected to a more competitive environment and higher social integration with the help of most updated data and the direct involvement of regional authorities.
Organiser: Partner/s: European Commission - DG REGIO
Peer Learning event: Multi-level governance - Sharing good practices of cooperation and challenges to improve social progress between national and regional and local levels
The Peer Learning Workshop took place on the 18th of September 2019, in Umeå, Sweden.
The focus of the event was on Multi-level governance: Sharing good practices of cooperation and challenges to improve social progress between national and regional and local levels (cities-regions, NUTS2-NUTS3, etc.).