Seminar "Evaluating the European Territorial Cooperation projects: working methods and reflections

(Published on June 13, 2013)


The new framework of the European Commission underlines the strong correlation between planning and evaluation processes, giving a particular relevance to the latter to address the first one in continuous ways for showing the quality and the effectiveness of answers offered by the operations to the needs that made them necessary.


This practice implies to mean evaluation as tool of measurement of the effectiveness of the public policies and of the financed interventions. In this context, the regional level assumes a key role, since it is supposed to seek and to support the coordination and the complementarity among the possible interventions for national and EU-funded Programmes with a structural finality and the ordinary regional planning.



This seminar would be the occasion to introduce the experimentation of a model of evaluation of the European projects under the European Territorial Cooperation objective developed by Emilia-Romagna Region and tested by Lazio and Puglia Regions, in the framework of  the national technical support activities foreseen for the Med Programme.



The topics of this day have the objective to verify if this practice has produced positive results and how to be improved, in the perspective to draw up some useful you inputs to direct the post 2013 ETC and to strengthen its contribution in comparison to the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy.



The seminar will take place on June 20 2013, in Bologna - Palazzo Gnudi, Via Riva di Reno 77 (9:30 AM – 5 PM).



Participants and speakers: Ministry of Economic Development – Department for Development Policies, Italian Regions participating in the Med Programme, Med Programme JTS, Med Programme National Contact Point ITALY, Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (CESPI), INTERACT Programme





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