MOSAIC ADVOCATES FOR A STRONG ROLE FOR CO-CREATION IN THE HORIZON EUROPE MISSION-ORIENTED APPROACH
SHARED GREEN DEAL project launched a call for local partners to contribute to the local implementation of the Green Deal priorities including local stakeholders and citizens.
Local authorities, regional authorities and not-for-profit organisations can apply and receive up to €22,000 to run local experiments focussing on one of the following six priority Green Deal topics.
The MOSAIC Clinics are a series of online gatherings aimed at addressing challenges you're facing in co-creation and multi-stakeholder engagement aspects of the Mission work you're carrying out, through sharing of experiences and mutual learning. The next session will take place on Tuesday 24 January from 10:00 to 11:00 CET and will focus on ‘Running citizen engagement activities on topics with scientific and technical aspects’.
Following 'good practices' of co-creation should generate value and positive outcomes to all stakeholders gathered in your project regarding the topic addressed. But how to make sure that co-creation has been followed effectively and efficiently throughout the project? To help cities implement and align with the co-creation fundamental principles and evaluate their results, MOSAIC developed easy-to-use evaluation tools.
Mobilising co-creation to achieve a Mission goal is an excellent way for a City to contribute to both sustainability and social inclusion objectives. However, how do participants in co-creation processes know what their impact will be? How can actors who are responsible for delivering these impacts use a co-creation process so that they can stay on the impactful pathway towards their goals?