The ESPONontheRoad project was a Transnational Networking Activity (TNA) of nineteen ESPON Contact Points with the aim to bring ESPON results closer for decision-making and thus increase the capitalisation of the ESPON Programme. During the relatively short project lifetime of one year, participating ECPs brought ESPON closer to the local and regional level, and to citizens in physical and virtual forms as well. The project built a bridge between the issues on a local level and scientific evidence on EU territorial development policy themes. After taking stock of the most recent policy issues in each national context, ECPs formed transnational working groups to have a common understanding of the messages coming from ESPON results. These working groups elaborated their issues for their target groups more in details and designed the most appropriate and efficient form of communication with target groups. In this way ESPON results were put into the macroregional context of West, South, North and Central-Eastern areas, and both the content-related and the organisational tasks were organised in a balanced way.

Breuer, I., M, ., Radvanszki, A., Schön, P., Schmidt Seiwert, V., Celińska Janowicz, D., et al. (2015). ESPONontheRoad Bringing closer ESPON evidence for decision making [Rapporto tecnico].

ESPONontheRoad Bringing closer ESPON evidence for decision making

CORONATO, MARIA;D'ORAZIO, ANGELA;PREZIOSO, MARIA;
2015-02-03

Abstract

The ESPONontheRoad project was a Transnational Networking Activity (TNA) of nineteen ESPON Contact Points with the aim to bring ESPON results closer for decision-making and thus increase the capitalisation of the ESPON Programme. During the relatively short project lifetime of one year, participating ECPs brought ESPON closer to the local and regional level, and to citizens in physical and virtual forms as well. The project built a bridge between the issues on a local level and scientific evidence on EU territorial development policy themes. After taking stock of the most recent policy issues in each national context, ECPs formed transnational working groups to have a common understanding of the messages coming from ESPON results. These working groups elaborated their issues for their target groups more in details and designed the most appropriate and efficient form of communication with target groups. In this way ESPON results were put into the macroregional context of West, South, North and Central-Eastern areas, and both the content-related and the organisational tasks were organised in a balanced way.
Rapporto tecnico
This report presents the final results of 'ESPON on the Road' project, a Transnational Networking Activities conducted within the framework of the ESPON 2013 Programme, partly financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The ESPONontheRoad project was a Transnational Networking Activity (TNA) of nineteen ESPON Contact Points with the aim to bring ESPON results closer for decision-making and thus increase the capitalisation of the ESPON Programme. Germany - Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (Lead Partner); Poland - Centre for European Regional and Local Studies (EUROREG), University of Warsaw (Group Leader Central and Eastern Europe); Hungary - Office for National Economic Planning; Slovenia -Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning; Italy - University of Rome "Tor Vergata" (Group Leader South Europe); Greece - Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences ,Greek ECP Laboratory; France - UMS RIATE - Réseau Interdisciplinaire pour l'Aménagement et la Cohésion des Territoires de l'Europe et de ses voisinages; Romania - "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi; Spain - General Foundation of University of Alcal; Sweden - Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) (Group Leader North Europe); Lithuania - Research Institute of Territorial Planning of Vilnius Gedimnas Technical University Faculty of Environmental Engineering; Latvia - State Regional Development Agency; Estonia - University of Tartu, Department of Geography; Finland - Karelian Institute, University of Eastern Finland; Iceland -University of Akureyri Research Centre; Luxembourg - University of Luxembourg, IPSE Research Unit (Group Leader West Europe); Belgium - Free University of Brussels - Institut de Gestion de l'Environnement et d'Aménagement du Territoire (IGEAT); K.U. Leuven (as external expert)
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Settore M-GGR/02 - Geografia Economico-Politica
English
ESPON; EU territorial development; cohesion policy; EU macroregional context
https://www.espon.eu/export/sites/default/Documents/Projects/TNA-ECP/ESPONontheRoad/FR_ESPONontheRoad_03022015_reducedsize.pdf
Breuer, I., M, ., Radvanszki, A., Schön, P., Schmidt Seiwert, V., Celińska Janowicz, D., et al. (2015). ESPONontheRoad Bringing closer ESPON evidence for decision making [Rapporto tecnico].
Breuer, I; M, ; Radvanszki, A; Schön, P; Schmidt Seiwert, V; Celińska Janowicz, D; Wojnar, K; Hoffmann, C; Péti, M; Miklavčič, T; Coronato, M; D'Orazio, A; Prezioso, M; Avgoulidou, T; Kyvellou, S; Marava, N; Vasiliki, P; I, ; Feredj, A; Tudora, D; de Carvalho Cantergiani, C; Johansson, M; Burinskienė, M; Lazauskaitė, D; Gūtmane, Z; Strauhs, R; Roose, A; Eskelinen, H; Hirvonen, T; Fritsch, M; Þór Eyþórsson, G; Jóhannesson, H; Evrard, E; Mosbach, A; Nienaber, B; Roos, U; Biot, V; Janssen, S; Boyle, M; Hague, C; Harris, M; Pendlebury, D; Pinoncely, V
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