4 Dec 10:00
- 12:00
ITEM Cross-border Impact Assessment

ITEM Online Workshop 2

In cooperation with several partners, we would like to present to you our annual Cross-Border Impact Assessment.
 

For this purpose we organised two online workshops:

Workshop 1 – 20 November 2020 - Crisis in Border Regions: What did we learn from the first wave? | Programme | Presentations | Video

Workshop 2 – ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2020 – 4 December 2020 | Programme Registration

 

We would like to invite you to participate in both or either of the workshops by making this known via the registration form.

 

We are pleased to report that the Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2020 has been uploaded on our Cross-border Portal. Summaries of the reports can be found there in Dutch, English, German and French. 

(2) ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2020

Presentation and discussion of the research

In addition to the corona-related dossiers, our Cross-border Impact Assessment 2020 contains the results of several studies on border effects that we carried out together with various partners. The following dossiers on cross-border effects are central to this:

COVID-19 impact analysis
Cross-border placement and training measures
German basic pension ("Grundrente")
Development of the Dutch Strategy on Spatial Planning and the Environment (NOVI) from a Euregional perspective
During this workshop there is an opportunity to make suggestions on topics that ITEM could address in its Cross-Border Impact Assessment of 2021. 

Date: 4 December 2020
Time: 10h00-12h00
Language: Dutch
Register
Detailed programme:
Dutch | English | German | French

Programme

 
This workshop will be held in Dutch.

Moderator:  Martin Unfried – ITEM

9.45h

Zoom workshop room will be open

10.00h

Welcome - Background ITEM Cross-Border Impact Assessment 2020
Martin Unfried/Dr. Nina Büttgen – ITEM-impact assessment team

10.15h

Presentation and discussion of the research – part 2

1. Brief presentation “Covid-19” impact assessment - Martin Unfried (ITEM)
2. Cross-border placement and training measures – Pieter van Goinga (Fontys University of Applied Sciences)
3. German basic pension ("Grundrente") - Pim Mertens (ITEM), Dr Bastiaan Didden (ITEM)

11.00h

The future of border impact assessment: current ITEM developments and plans

11.10h

Presentation and discussion of the research – part 2

4. Development of the Dutch Strategy on Spatial Planning and the Environment (NOVI) from a Euregional perspective – Dr. Vincent Pijnenburg (Fontys University of Applied Sciences), Saskia Bisschops (Open Universiteit)

11.35h

Broad debate on the results and ideas for the 2021 study
Experiences from Participants in other border regions and the future of joint impact assessment

12.00h End of the workshop

Please find more detailed information regarding the dossiers below:

https://itemcrossborderportal.maastrichtuniversity.nl/link/id/O55NJL7jzY7JUOyV