When you live in the Alpine countryside, everything can be a challenge.
You must bring your children to school every day by car; to renew your passport you must to the municipal office during working hours; your elderly neighbour needs a vaccination and has to go 20 minutes by bike to the next village for this.
These are some of the issues you may face.
What are the most critical challenges?
What are the demographic trends we should take into account?
How can we improve the situation of inhabitants of the Alps, and ensure a sustainable cohesive territorial development?
This session brings the discussion forward.
Under its priority 1 “Innovative Alpine Space”, Interreg Alpine Space funds transnational cooperation projects aimed at increasing capacities for the delivery of services of general interest in a changing society.
In this session, participants will meet, identify the most critical current needs in the Alps and find possible solutions in a world café.
Intervenants: Alison Garnier-Rivers, ADEC - Association pour le Développement des Entreprises et des Compétences, Peter Niederer, Swiss mountain centre, Ewald Moser, Europaregion Tirol – Südtirol – Trentino (tbc)
Présentateur: Stefania Amorosi, Interreg Alpine Space
Interreg Alpine Space - Joint Secretariat
Contact: Julia Chenut