“Attractive Danube”: 4th Steering Committee Meeting in Sofia
From May 22 – 23, our project meeting was held in pulsating Sofia. After reflecting the participatory process that is now finalised in all partner countries in order to identify territorial attractiveness indicators that fit best with the national context, the partners started to discuss the next steps of the policy integration process to enhance evidence-based planning within the Danube region. The GIS-based monitoring platform TAMP constitutes the core element to ensure this policy planning support. All partners are actually uploading indicators to their national TAMPs and will present the platform within local capacity building seminars during upcoming autumn. A study visit to the new Sofia Business Park and the historic city center as well as great bulgarian food completed the programme perfectly.
Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA).
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