This workshop is a collaboration between AURORAL and dRural. Its aim is to promote the awareness for the general public, not just the relevant stakeholders and authorities, to achieve a better understanding and critical reflection between inhabitants and needs in different rural areas and the common goal they want to achieve through digitalisation.
he session includes speakers from the European Commission, elected politicians and managers from pilot-projects, who will present their regions’ strategy and plans on how to become smarter, more sustainable and innovative
This workshop will highlight different regional best practices to showcase, from multiple angles, how regions can support youth empowerment by using cohesion and other types of funding at the core of the digital and green transitions.
Digital technology can facilitate participatory urban planning by empowering citizens and turning them from passive recipients of policy to active agents of city change.
How can digital tools make citizens' lives better? Be it in the field of digital communications, public services, or AI technologies? This session will explore case studies of employment of digital tools by European cities and regions.