As part of the STOB regions project, good practices (GP) will be identified, analyzed and selected to provide solutions to regional challenges.
What is a good practice?
In the context of the Interreg Europe programme, a good practice is defined as an initiative (e.g. methodologies, projects, processes, techniques) undertaken in one of the programmes's thematic priorities which has the potential to be transferred to a different geographical area. Proved successful is where the good practice has already provided tangible and measurable results in achieving a specific objective.
A good practice
- has been proven to work well and produce good results
- is recommended as which has been tested and validated
- deserves be shared so that a greater number of people can adopt it
- meets current needs
- should have the potential for replication and therefore be adaptable
What is the good practice description criteria?
Where can I find STOB regions Good Practices?
STOB regions good practice collection can be found here.