On the 28th and 29th of March, we gladly joined our partners CEDRA, City of Split, SEAL, Municipality of Rezekne, Fondazione Horynus Orca and Comune di Roccavaldina and invited stakeholders for the first peer review of the SEA4NEB project.
Together, we reviewed models for regenerative projects in the framework of the New European Bauhaus with a focus on the role of social economy organisations in building resilience in territories. The process of peer-learning, share and replication of good practices and success policies between local authorities and social economy stakeholders started from our selected case studies and local experiences of Youth Center Split – Dom Mladih in Split, Croatia and The Living Factory Company -Fabryka Pełna Życia, in Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland.
SEA4NEB aims at promoting social economy models to contribute to the New European Bauhaus focusing on highlighting good practices from territories regenerated according to NEB principles by or with a strong contribution of Social Economy organisations and local authorities in Croatia, Italia, Latvia and Poland.
Discover more about the project at www.sea4neb.eu.