17 October 2013
Time for conclusions and perspectives

The 11th European Week of Regions and Cities was again a successful event due to your participation! Thank you for your involvement and please share your experience by filling in the survey. This is a very useful exercise for the overall evaluation and our permanent strive to improve the OPEN DAYS experience for participants and partners alike. The evaluation is open until 28 October 2013.

Evaluation by participants

Evaluation by partners

Evaluation by speakers and chairs

Evaluation by journalists

Evaluation by local events organisers (opens on the 21st October)

You can find most of this year's presentations on the Library section of the OPEN DAYS website as well as the summary video and the exhibition video.

Rendez-vous next year,  6 to 9 October, in Brussels.


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Send your workshop report and pictures by Friday 25 October

To keep the wealth of knowledge gained through the OPEN DAYS 2013, we will now be collecting the OPEN DAYS workshops' reports. These reports will be used to prepare the 'OPEN DAYS Proceedings'. Workshop organisers are therefore kindly asked to send the report, using the dedicate OPEN DAYS proceedings' template received by email, and applying the OPEN DAYS Style Guide,  to ConclusionsOD@cor.europa.eu.

In addition, we would also need eight high resolution pictures (at least 300 dpi) of the workshop, indicating the workshop codes. We would need the report and the pictures by Friday 25 October 2013 at the very latest. Please indicate, for all email correspondence, the code of your workshop in the email heading.


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OPEN DAYS continues locally

During the coming weeks 19 events will be organised by various associations and regional partners all over Europe and beyond.

On 15 October, Europe Direct Hässleholm (Sweden) organises a workshop on how the EU is working with local democracy and citizen participation today.

On 17 October, the city of Liège (Belgium) welcomes the Citizens' Dialogue event organised by the European Commission with the collaboration of the Province of Liège. The president of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso together with Didier Reynders, Belgian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Jean-Claude Marcourt, Vice-President of the Walloon Region and Regional Minister of Economy and Higher Education will answer citizens' questions on Europe.


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