The partnership of the project BESPAT – Best European Policies, Analysis and Transference – gathered on 15-16 December in Madrid to hold the first transnational partner meeting and officially launch the project. ALDA was represented by Aldo Xhani, project manager of BESPAT.

The meeting was an occasion to define the key pillars of the preparatory activities in order to launch the implementation phase and pave the way for meeting the objectives of the project. As outcome of the two-day meeting, the partners agreed on a common action plan, on its communication strategy and on its monitoring and evaluation system. Particular focus was given to the methodology and criteria to be used in the identification and collection of good practices when it comes to policies and actions in the sector of personal and household services.

BESPAT is a key project within ALDA’s 2015 Economic and Social programme. Its aim is to identify and exchange good practices regarding the policies and actions in the sector of personal and household services carried out by local, regional or national governments of the countries involved in the project as a way to define a Policies and Actions Proposal to encourage the efficiency of these services and to contribute trough the creation of new jobs to the objectives of the European 2020 Strategy.

The project will encourage new forms of collaboration through partnerships between public and private actors in the labor market. The project consortium is composed by organisations formed by private companies of the social economy sector with a high relevance in the public sector, belonging to national advising boards such as CONFESAL and SNS, and networks of local authorities, associations of local authorities, regional authorities as well as NGOs and Universities such as ALDA, DIESIS and REVES.

Please find here more information on the project.

The partnership of the project BESPAT – Best European Policies, Analysis and Transference – gathered on 15-16 December in Madrid to hold the first transnational partner meeting and officially launch the project. ALDA was represented by Aldo Xhani, project manager of BESPAT.

The meeting was an occasion to define the key pillars of the preparatory activities in order to launch the implementation phase and pave the way for meeting the objectives of the project. As outcome of the two-day meeting, the partners agreed on a common action plan, on its communication strategy and on its monitoring and evaluation system. Particular focus was given to the methodology and criteria to be used in the identification and collection of good practices when it comes to policies and actions in the sector of personal and household services.

BESPAT is a key project within ALDA’s 2015 Economic and Social programme. Its aim is to identify and exchange good practices regarding the policies and actions in the sector of personal and household services carried out by local, regional or national governments of the countries involved in the project as a way to define a Policies and Actions Proposal to encourage the efficiency of these services and to contribute trough the creation of new jobs to the objectives of the European 2020 Strategy.

The project will encourage new forms of collaboration through partnerships between public and private actors in the labor market. The project consortium is composed by organisations formed by private companies of the social economy sector with a high relevance in the public sector, belonging to national advising boards such as CONFESAL and SNS, and networks of local authorities, associations of local authorities, regional authorities as well as NGOs and Universities such as ALDA, DIESIS and REVES.

Please find here more information on the project.