Western Balkans in the Territorial Agenda post-2020 is an opportunity not to be missed

By Ada Lushi|Monday May 6th, 2019|Activities, Current, Papers, Publications|

At European level, the revision of the Territorial Agenda is currently discussed stressing the need for a stronger territorial dimension in policy making and the empowerment of local and regional players to engage in cooperation and visioning processes. At the same time, in the Western Balkans, there is a bottom-up discussion about the need to strengthen territorial governance and empower civil society players at local and regional level, to improve the quality of public decision making and prepare for European integration. This Spatial Foresight and Co-PLAN Brief brings these two parallel debates together and highlights that including the Western Balkans in the Territorial Agenda post-2020 is an opportunity not to be missed. Download the Brief here:  Spatial_Foresight_Co-PLAN_Brief

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