Living-in.EU survey

Help us define the political priorities of the movement!


Viviana Demonte
Living-in.EU team

Living-in.EU is the political movement and collaborative platform to accelerate the digital transformation in Europe’s cities and communities. Through multi-level governance, signatories collaborate for a cohesive digital Europe where every community can enjoy this transformation's economic and social benefits while making sure not to leave anyone behind. 

This survey is directed towards all local, regional and national governments in the European Union. We invite in particular the signatory cities, regions and member states of the Living-in.EU movement.Its purpose is to gather feedback on the primary political priorities of the movement. The responses to the survey will be used to draft a mission statement which, together with the ‘Join, Boost Sustain’ political declaration, will provide strategic direction to the network's activities for the upcoming years.  

This work is led by Mayor Seppo Määttä, city of Oulu, Finland, and Mayor Lluïsa Moret i Sabidó, city of Saint Boi de Llobregat, Spain, the co-chairs of the Living-in.EU Mayors Digital Assembly.  

The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to be completed.

The survey will be open for submission until 30 September 2023. 

Contribute to the survey here!


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