More cooperation for more civil security
Summary of the session "more cooperation for more civil security"
After a presentation of the INTERREG - INTER'RED project. We were able to work on questions and answers on subjects that drive the problems of institutions organising civil security.
Volunteering and personnel management issues have monopolised a large part of the exchanges, with issues related to youth and the recruitment of young European citizens.
The exchanges took place around 4 themes:
- the availability,
- skills and training,
- the proximity,
- the means.
These four axes bring together the four major issues to provide emergency services in the best possible way for the citizens of the Greater Region.
Availability raises all the difficulties related to recruitment, vocations and working time with the new European decisions.
Skills and training raise all the issues related to cross-border exchanges for staff.
Proximity raises the difficulties of cross-border interventions and the limitations of legislation, regulations and conventions that exist today.
The means have made it possible to raise the possibility of pooling resources in the same area.
Take away message
We had several last-minute changes for stakeholders.
The organisation allowed us to present the session as well as possible.
The staff of the rooms were available and friendly.
We shortened the session by 30 minutes as requested by the interpreters and the facilitation team.
It was a pity that we did not have access to the room earlier on the same day (to prepare and settle in).