Towards European Policies & Best Practices for Supporting Local Governance Multilevel Application
TESLA is a project with the support of Europe for Citizen Programme of the European Union
Network of Towns measure, Number 558133-CITIZ-1-2014-2-ES-CITIZ-NT
HOW TESLA WILL FIT OBJECTIVES
TESLA project fits with all selected features throughout the review and dissemination of joint analysis of case studies coming from each partner in each workshop:
In workshop in Estonia we will review the case study of existing EU policies linked with local multilevel governance practice and also we will produce a debate about how to walk from local to global and vice versa
In workshop in Italy we will review the case study in experiences in multilevel dialogue among European cities in Balkan regions and also we will debate on Multilevel Governance models, rules, derivations and adaptation under special circumstances (geographical, social and economic)
In workshop in Romania we will review the case study of social dialogue under relationships with neighbor countries as Ukraine and Hungary and also local and European social dialogue initiatives focused to fight social exclusion and volunteers involvement.
In workshop in Cyprus we will review the case study of social dialogue and multilevel governance practice to produce consensus and effective workplan to promote employment in tourism sector and, also, how they have done the engagement with European policies and how they have transfer their voice to European institutions (and vice versa). We will also identify good practices in training resources and IT tools for participation and multilevel governance communication
In workshop in FYROM, we will review the case study of local dialogue to promote local development and engagement of Municipality of Skopje and Private companies associated to local Chamber of Commerce. We will also produce a debate about clues for step by step Multilevel Governance implementation at local level
In workshop in Portugal we will review the case study of barriers in EU rules for local multilevel governance. We will also produce an open common EU cities Agenda for switch European Policies in Local social dialogue.
In workshop in Spain we will review the case study of how to host and set up accompanying measures for local social dialogue and transfer local voices to National and European Municipalities networks and viceversa.
Also TESLA will focus in following EU matters:
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.