The ECO section of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is inviting 3 cities to participate to this workshop: Paris, Tallinn, and Jun. The aim is to discuss the cities’ growing role in the world’s undeniably changing environment. This year, specific focus will be given to modern concepts (technology, innovation, digitalisation, etc.) which are rapidly gaining more and more importance in city regions. These three cities are proven examples that in several areas – such as transport, education, culture, e-governance, e-democracy and so on – digitalisation has significant social, environmental and economic added value.
Target audience: EU, national, regional and local policymakers, authorities managing and evaluating cohesion policy programmes and projects, private companies, financial institutions, European and national associations, academics, students and researchers.