European Seminar EU Funds Communication Requirements for 2021-27

25.04.2023 - 26.04.2023

Strategies, Evaluation and Use of Social Media

For the new Programming Period 2021-2027, the European Commission pays increased attention to communication as well as to results and outcomes in European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds). At the same time, social media has become a crucial issue to all communication activities. In this regard, Managing Authorities or intermediate bodies have to carefully set up communication plans, to raise participation and ensure high quality projects as well as to make public investment more visible and transparent.
Event:Communication Requirements for EU Funds 2021-27
Period:25.04.2023 - 26.04.2023
2 Days
Venue:4-Star-Hotel in Berlin, Germany & Online
1089,– Early Bird till 31.01.2023
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More details about this event:

The communication strategies should be viewed as framework documents outlining budgets, evaluation strategies and monitoring tools for the entire programming period. But what do those increased requirements mean for your communication activities? What are important elements of a communication strategy? How to design sound indicators and monitor ESI Funds communication results? How to best address potential beneficiaries and the public?
  • Communication Requirements for ESI Funds in the Current Period
  • Design an Effective Communication Strategy
  • Requirements for Monitoring and Evaluation of Communication
  • Plans and Activities in ESI Funds
  • Effective Use of Social Media Campaigns

Who is this seminar for?

The European Seminar is the perfect professional training for Decision-Makers, Programme Directors, Head of Units, Communication and Information Officers, Communication Experts, Technical Assistance Officers, Evaluation Experts and Project Managers responsible for:

  • ERDF
  • ESF+
  • Cohesion Fund
  • JTF
  • AMIF and ISF
  • BMVI

From Institutions such as:

  • Managing Authorities
  • Joint Technical Secretariats
  • Intermediate Bodies and other Authorised Bodies
  • National Authorities and Agencies
  • Regional and local administrations

As well as for:

  • Beneficiaries and potential beneficiaries