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Board of Regional Stakeholders – invitations open

In order to facilitate enhanced dissemination of the results of ENTRANCES in other European coal mining and carbon-intensive regions beyond those already involved, project partner EURADA is building a Board of Regional Stakeholders. The Board will be composed of experts working hands-on to support implementation of the green transition. European Association of Development Agencies (EURADA) is looking for regional actors and policy makers from regions in transition, who can share with the ENTRANCES consortium their experiences, best practices, action plans, and views on their specific challenges and opportunities. This is aimed at creating significant added value for the project. 


During the lifetime of the project, the experts from the Board of Regional Stakeholders will be invited to the below project meetings:

  • One methodological workshop
  • 13 regional co-creation meetings
  • One EU policy co-creation meeting
  • Several virtual follow-up meetings

The experts will have the opportunity to present their respective case including insights on how they are coping with the de-carbonisation process and its social impacts, such as de-territorialisation. In this way the overall scope of the project will grow further paving way for collection of perspectives of additional regions and stakeholders. At the same time, participation in these activities will keep the regions participating in the Board up to date with the project findings and developments.

If you are interested in being part of the Board of Regional Stakeholders, please contact Roser TORRES (roser.tormos@eurada.org).

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