As part of the project we will hold 4 workshops which aim to:
- Increase capacities of relevant national and sub-national administrations in selecting and implementing effective and cost-efficient policies and measures in effort sharing sectors
- Increase capacity of Member State policy evaluation experts in ex-post evaluation and build a network of evaluation practitioners
- Share best practices in effort sharing sectors as well as the key project outcomes among climate policymakers in the Member States
The first was completed on the 15th October in 2019 in Bucharest, Romania and the presentations can be downloaded here. The second workshop was on the 11th February in 2020 in Brussels, Belgium and the presentations can be downloaded here.
The third workshop will be held in October 2020 in Riga, Latvia. The date will be confirmed over the coming weeks and in the meantime you can register your interest here. Please click here for the latest draft agenda.
During the workshops we will hold case clinics in the afternoon which will focus on transport, agriculture and cross-cutting policies. The aim of the case clinics is to help solve specific policy-related problems or challenges that are being faced by the workshop participants. The relevant participants (the case givers) will describe their challenge, and the other members of the group (the coaches) will then share their ideas and own experiences and generate some potential solutions. By accessing the wisdom and experience of peers, the case clinics allow participants to:
• Generate new ways of looking at a challenge
• Develop new approaches for responding to the challenge.
The session will be facilitated by a member of the project team. The case givers will be required to do a little preparation, but the other members of the group do not need to prepare anything in advance. Workshop participants will be invited to present their challenge at the workshop as part of the registration process.
The fourth workshop providing training on policy ex-post evaluation will be held on 16th June 2020 in Copenhagen, Denmark. If you would like to register for this free workshop, please click here. We should be able to post a draft agenda over the next few weeks.