ESPON Day ‘What European Territory Today and Tomorrow?’ 10 October 2014, Brussels


10 October 2014, 8h30 – 16h00

Aim and Structure of the ESPON Day

The ESPON Day ‘What European Territory Today and Tomorrow?’ aims at presenting main
achievements on European territorial evidence from the ESPON 2013 Programme, including a
synthesis of main results.
Its purpose is three-fold:
1. To present ESPON 2013 Programme’s achievements including its major projects.
2. To communicate evidence-based policy messages that address major challenges facing
cities, regions, countries and Europe.
3. To show how ESPON evidence can help improve policy development adding the European
territorial context in many policy areas at the European, national, regional and local levels.

The event, being organised at the crossroads between two programming periods, will also bridge
to the upcoming specific objectives and new institutional arrangements of ESPON 2020.

Target audience 

Policy makers at all levels, including representatives from EC, EP, CoR, EESC; practitioners,
scientists, experts; stakeholders of ESPON Targeted Analyses; Lead and Project Partners of
ESPON projects; ESPON Monitoring Committee Members; ESPON National Contact Points;
media and opinion leaders; general public. 


Committee of the Regions – room JDE 52
Bâtiment Jacques Delors
Rue Belliard 99-101
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium



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Stella Kyvelou : Presentation of ESPONTrain