Knowledge Sharing

Webinars

Join us for six engaging webinars, each a 0.5-day online event. Featuring live presentations, panel discussions, and interactive Q&A sessions, these webinars are designed to foster audience engagement and knowledge sharing among public servants from diverse government levels.

Target audience:
Public officials from EU, national, regional, or local administrations.

The webinars are free of charge.

Workshops

Join us for three dynamic workshops in a one-day, in-person event at EIPA’s Maastricht premises (NL). Dive into presentations and collaborative sessions designed to foster practical knowledge exchange among public servants from various governments and public bodies.

Travel and accommodation for the selected participants will be covered by the EPSA budget.

Target audience:
Public officials working in an EU, national, regional or local administration with a tangible need for developing relevant competences. To facilitate interactive learning experiences, participation in the workshops is limited to 25 participants. The selection of participants is needs-based and competitive, i.e. applicants have to submit an application through an online form, and in case of more than 25 applications, participants will be selected based on relevant qualifications and needs as demonstrated in the application form.

Webinar

“Pathways to Sustainability: Innovative Solutions in Urban and Rural Areas”, 18 June

We will explore trends and developments in the area of local sustainability in key sectors such as urban planning, mobility, circular economy and energy.

Interested? You can register here.

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“Leadership and Change Management for Innovation”, 19 September

This workshop aims to empower current and aspiring leaders with the essential strategies and skills to drive and manage change within their organizations, fostering a culture of innovation.

Interested? Find out more and apply here.

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“Data-Driven Justice: Innovating Judiciaries and Law Enforcement”, 4 July

This webinar aims to explore the ongoing digital transformation in judiciaries and law enforcement and to facilitate discussions on the adoption of technological innovations to improve the delivery of legal services, enforcement of laws, and administration of justice.

Interested? You can register here.

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“Collaborative Governance: Avoiding Pitfalls and Materialising Promises”, 3 October

The workshop aims to explore the principles of collaborative governance, identifying common pitfalls and providing practical guidance on how to realise its full potential for public sector innovation.

Interested? Find out more and apply here.

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“Public Sector Strategies Against Climate Change”, 12 September

This webinar aims to foster an environment of knowledge and practice exchange among officials from the European public sector. We will discuss the policy agenda and showcase practical applications and innovate solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation.

Interested? You can register here.

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“Behavioural Science to Foster Innovation”, 22 November

The workshop is designed to introduce you to the concepts of behavioural science and how they can be applied to foster a culture of innovation in the public sector.

Interested? Find out more and apply here.

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“Beyond Borders: Innovating Customs for a Connected World”, 17 October

We will explore key trends and developments in the area of customs innovation. We will discuss policy reform and how cutting-edge technology can streamline customs operations and enhance the effectiveness of border controls.

Interested? You can register here.

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“Innovation for Digital Transformation: Key Trends and Developments”, 18 April

Drawing on the project applications for EPSA 2023-24, the webinar will explore key trends and developments in public sector innovation to drive digital transformation. It will discuss the digital policy agenda and showcase practical applications and innovative solutions for current and future challenges.

Registrations are closed.

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“Social Innovation: Mental Health and Well-Being”, 16 May

We will:

  • Explore key trends and developments in the area of social innovation
  • Discuss the intersection of social innovation, mental health, and well-being
  • Share insights on innovative social strategies and practical solutions for enhancing mental health and well-being

Registrations are closed.