European Week 2023: Attractiveness through talent competition and civic engagement – Policy Lab
The ability of regions and cities to attract or retain skilled people is a key factor for territorial prosperity. But how can cities, municipalities or villages attract talent? Co-creating policies and services proves to be a promising way forward to increase quality of life and create an environment that attracts and keeps talent.
The Political Lab “EU cities and regions: Attractiveness through talent competition and civic engagement” at the European Week for Regions and Cities 2023 provides a platform on how cities and regions can attract and/or retain talent by balancing social, ecological and economic objectives through citizens-centred smart communities or smart territorries.
Join us on Tuesday, 10 October 2023, 14.30-16.00 CET!
Practical information Participatory/Political lab "EU cities and regions: Attractiveness through talent competition and civic engagement" When: Tue 10/10/2023, 14:30 - 16:00 CET Where: SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre, Hall 100, Brussels (BE) Theme: Retaining talent for regional growth Language: English
The Political Lab is organised by the Swiss Working Community for Mountain Regions, EUSDR Priority Area 10, and ARPA.
EURegionsWeek in a nutshell
The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to cohesion policy. It has grown to become a neutral platform to discuss common challenges for Europe’s regions and cities by bringing together a diverse community of speakers and participants.
In 2022 reached a record number of almost 20.000 participants, 272 sessions and 528 partners.
This year’s programme is out now! Choose your sessions and register: Programme | European Week of Regions and Cities (europa.eu)