Land-Sea-Act project is organising an international workshop for spatial planners of all levels, MSP authorities, regional & local representatives of the governing authorities in coastal areas
The objective of the workshop is to present a draft version of the Multi-level Governance Agenda on Blue Growth and Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea Region* and to get feedback from different stakeholders on various multi-level governance aspects of managing land-sea interactions.
*The Multi-level Governance Agenda is a result of the Land-Sea-Act project and is a guiding document for various stakeholders recommending actions and solutions on how and to what extent problems, opportunities and stakeholders in land-sea interactions may be governed in a mindful way.
The event will take place on the 5th of November 2021, 11.00 - 15.00 CET Online, therefore, to ensure efficient digital organisation and discussions, registration and its confirmation are necessary.
The workshop will include presentations and interactive discussions, but overall it will consist of two parts:
PART 1: Setting the scene and presenting the Multi-level Governance Agenda
The session includes key-note presentations and interactive Q&A/discussion elements.
PART 2: Discussing aspects of the Multi-level Governance Agenda in the present and for the future. The session includes interactive discussions.
More detailed information will be available to registered participants – join us to learn and discuss the guidance for facilitating multi-level governance processes!
Selected experts will guide the workshop, furthermore, participants will be informed about the Land-Sea-Act project, its main aim and upcoming results the work conducted by the project partners and partnership, to have an early insight watch these short videos:
Contact person for more information:
Project Coordinator at the Spatial Planning and Land Governance Department
Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia
Prepared by Margarita Vološina (Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of Latvia) /October 2021/