On June 10th, the ECoC-SME project had our last event of phase I.

The open seminar was held virtually from our partner in Kaunas, Lithuania. Representatives from the JRC, OECD, and cities across Europe met to discuss the importance of cross-sectoral and inter-regional cooperation for Pandemic resilience and European Capital of Culture.

You can now watch the recordings of the event:

Opening Session: The ECoC-SME project – relevance and achievements

  • ECoC as a potential laboratory for the New Bauhaus Movement
  • The value of interregional learning – the legacy of the ECoC-SME project
  • ECoC-SME: highlights from five local and regional Action Plans

Room 1: Good practices from Kaunas

Tradition for community building and creative economic growth

Room 2: Good practices in Europe

Cross-sectoral cooperation in promoting both business and the cultural sphere and improving resilience in/after the pandemic

Closing session: OECD perspectives

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