The final National Seminar for Attractive Danube project

The final Capacity Building Seminar, which was also our final national event within “ATTRACTIVE DANUBE – Improving Capacities for Enhancing Territorial Attractiveness of the Danube Region” project took place on 24th of June in Bucharest!

Within the event were presented the overall results of the project at national level and were analyzed further opportunities for collaboration. In order to support the project results, it was also presented and signed a Memorandum of Understanding by 14 relevant institutions, with the purpose of enhancing the sustainability and cooperation and participation of stakeholders. The seminar was divided in two sections:

  • The first section had an introductory part where Dr. Pietro Elisei has presented the overall trajectory of the project and the general results. It was followed by several topic related presentations held by representatives from relevant institutions such as the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration, the Association of Danubian Local Communities (CLDR), the Association of Romanian Cities, USH Pro Business and the Professional Association for Public Administration Training (CINAQ). This part was followed by a more consistent presentation on the project results held by Ms. Sabina Leopa.
  • The second part of the day was organized as a Q&A session which had two objectives: raising the awareness of TAMP/Co-TAMP functionalities and future ways to assure the sustainability of the platform. Within this section, all participants had the chance to express their opinions regarding the platform and the project in general. It culminated with the introduction and signing of the Memorandum of Understanding

The event had a total number of 25 participants coming from relevant fields for the process of elaborating urban and regional development policies in Romania, such as academia, business, local and national authorities, regional organizations and professional associations.

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