Ensuring and evaluating the long-term impacts of large-scale projects and theme years were discussed in Brussels
A seminar “How to ensure and evaluate the long-term impact of large-scale projects” was organised on 10 November 2011 in Brussels by the City of Turku and the Regional Council of Southwest Finland, in cooperation with University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University.
During the course of the seminar the impact of European theme years and nominations such as European Capital of Culture, European Green Capital, World Design Capital and other significant local and regional development projects were discussed. The speakers representing expertise of such projects, the European Commission and the European Parliament elaborated the theme of ensuring positive long-term impacts and contribution to regional development goals.
At the end of the discussions, Turku European Capital of Culture 2011 passed the torch of culture and creativity to Helsinki World Design Capital 2012.
The programme and seminar presentations:
9:30 Welcome, Ms Marja Rislakki, Deputy Permanent Representative,
Greetings from Turku – European Capital of Culture 2011, Ms Minna Arve, Chair of the City Board, City of Turku
12:10 Eurocities, Commentary remarks, Mr Paul Bevan, Secretary General
12:25 Views of the European Commission:
12:50 Views of the European Parliament:
13:00 Conclusions, Mr Pekka Myllymäki, Member of the Managing board, Second vice chair, Regional Council of Southwest Finland
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