Now open for registration: Living-in.EU Mayors' Digital Assembly 2023
On 15th of June the Living-in.EU movement organises its first EU Mayors Digital Assembly in Brussels, in the framework of the Brussels Urban Summit 2023.
Register to the Living-in.EU Mayors Digital Assembly here!
The Mayors' Digital Assembly is the political advisory body which provides strategic orientation to the Living-in.EU movement. The Mayors Digital Assembly is co-chaired by Mayor Seppo Määttä city of Oulu and Mayor Lluïsa Moret Sabidó city of Sant Boi de Llobregat. The annual event will be the occasion for mayors, regional presidents and other signatories to debate the political priorities of the movement and to launch new strategic coordinated actions to tackle some key challenges and advance the twin green and digital transformation of EU cities and communities.
The event is dedicated to Living-in.EU current and potential signatories. If your city/region/member state is interested in signing the "Join, Boost, Sustain" Declaration, please contact Gabriela Ruseva, project coordinator of Go Li.EU project at email@example.com.
If you are not a public administration representative, you can still register and follow the live streaming of the event. You will receive the link via email closer to the event date.
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome: European Commission, co-chairs Mayor Seppoo Määttä, Oulu and Mayor Lluïsa Moret i Sabido, Sant Boi de Llobregat
09:15- 09:25 Keynote Speech
09:25-10:00 Leading by Example: Political debate chaired by Mayor Seppo Määttä, city of Oulu
10:00 - 10:30 Cities that leave no one behind: chaired by Mayor Lluïsa Moret i Sabidó, Sant Boi de Llobregat
10:30-10:35 Closing Remarks: Committee of the Regions ambassadors to launch LORDIMAS
10:35- 11:00 Conclusion: Signing of the Join Boost Sustain political declaration by new signatories
New Guidance Document on organisational and cultural interoperability
The NIFO coffee talks are back!
BDTI series of five e-learning courses
The Big Data Test Infrastructure has launched the following course: "Enabling a Data-informed Public Sector: An Introductory Course to BDTI Essentials." The course is primarily designed for professionals and students in the public sector, academics, and citizens, though its insights into data analytics and utilisation of open-source tools are valuable for a wide range of audiences.
Info session for Italian public authorities
When: Wednesday, 6 March - 11:00-12:00 (CET) Please note that the session will be entirely in Italian. Objective of the session