EUSDR PAC workshop: Prerequisites for successful EUSDR implementation
Let’s collaborate for a stronger, more resilient and more attractive Danube Region: Prerequisites for successful EUSDR implementation
“If your destination is clear, obstacles are easy to overcome”
– Simon Sinek
The EUSDR was established to identify common needs, challenges and opportunities that can be fully utilised only by building and strengthening cooperation that goes beyond borders, sectors and governance levels. The EUSDR aim is to make the Danube region stronger, more resilient and attractive to live in, everywhere and for all!
In the framework of strengthening the EUSDR core governance and in particular the EUSDR Priority Area Coordinators, we are inviting you to join a workshop dedicated to identifying prerequisites for most efficient and impactful work of Priority Area Coordinators. During the workshop Priority Area Coordinators are invited to jointly plan the implementation of EUSDR relevant topics.
Prerequisites will be identified through practical work – modelling (co-creating and jointly planning) implementation of an EUSDR relevant topic. Participants will jointly define desired long-term change; processes; activities; stakeholders who can bring about the desired change; possible bottlenecks, needed capacities; concrete responsibilities and types of support required from other EUSDR (governance) stakeholders.
The workshop is facilitated by the DSP together with the Interact Programme.
In order for us to prepare the session, please indicate three preferred topics which you would find relevant to work with during the event when registering for the workshop below.