ATLANTIC STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOPS
Stakeholders of the Atlantic Community are invited to apply to lead a workshop at the 9th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference (ASPC 2022).
Here’s what you need to know:
The 9th Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference will be a hybrid event. It will be held from the 30th of November until the 1st of December in Cádiz, Spain and online. Find out more about the Conference here. The Conference will feature four interactive parallel workshops. Workshops have a duration of 75 minutes and are led by a stakeholder of the EU Atlantic.
Why organise a workshop?
The workshops aim to engage and involve the Atlantic Community by promoting topics or initiatives of high interest. They could:
- Present a topic that is interesting and relevant to the Atlantic Community and its stakeholders, emphasising the relevant Atlantic Action Plan
- Facilitate discussions and/or collaboration between the workshop attendees through interactive formats
- Inspire the Community and the workshop attendees by featuring projects, use cases, good practices or initiatives that can be built on and/or replicated in other territories
Who are the Atlantic Stakeholders?
Atlantic stakeholders are public and private organisations, research institutions and universities, institutional and private investors, SMEs, maritime clusters, innovators, non-governmental associations and representatives of the civil society from the Atlantic region that wish to engage in the implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan and the Blue Economy.
I’m interested. What should I do next?
Download the workshop guidelines here. You’ll find details on the workshop mechanics, how the workshops are selected and how we’ll help you prepare. Applications are now closed.
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