In the past two years, the RECOV project (Rethinking Collaborative Values for Public Services) implemented a large number of local activities and achieved significant results in the creation of local networks capable of working together on the improvement of local governance through dialogue and participation, thus contributing to a more inclusive and democratic society.

All the activities and results of the 2-year project are now gathered in the final publication: this summarizes the methodology of work, the results and recommendations and all the implemented activities, such as workshops, conferences, sessions and presentations.

During its two years of life, RECOV benefited from the key contributions of 10 partners across Europe, which recognized the importance of jointly addressing recently emerging challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities arisen out of this cooperation. The project aimed at creating a network of towns that would be eager to work together on exchanging common problems, doing some collective brainstorming and introducing concrete measures regarding the project’s specific objectives – and we can definitely say it succeeded!

The final publication was implemented within the RECOV project funded by the L'Europe pour les citoyens Programme.
Thank you, RECOV!

In the past two years, the RECOV project (Rethinking Collaborative Values for Public Services) implemented a large number of local activities and achieved significant results in the creation of local networks capable of working together on the improvement of local governance through dialogue and participation, thus contributing to a more inclusive and democratic society.

All the activities and results of the 2-year project are now gathered in the final publication: this summarizes the methodology of work, the results and recommendations and all the implemented activities, such as workshops, conferences, sessions and presentations.

During its two years of life, RECOV benefited from the key contributions of 10 partners across Europe, which recognized the importance of jointly addressing recently emerging challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities arisen out of this cooperation. The project aimed at creating a network of towns that would be eager to work together on exchanging common problems, doing some collective brainstorming and introducing concrete measures regarding the project’s specific objectives – and we can definitely say it succeeded!

The final publication was implemented within the RECOV project funded by the L'Europe pour les citoyens Programme.
Thank you, RECOV!