CA18214 is pleased to share the report which summarizes the main outcomes of the European worshop that was held by the COST Members on May 18, 2022.
The European Workshop ‘COST Action CA18214 (The Geography of New Working Spaces and Impact on the Periphery) meets policy makers, stakeholders and researchers’, aimed to involve representatives of European Commissions, European Research Centres, other policy makers and stakeholders to discuss the following points (but not limit to):
- New approaches for analysing New Working Spaces in urban and rural contexts, and socio-spatial and economic implications
- Policy and planning tools and mechanisms that the Action CA 18214 is going to promote
- Conditions for transferability of the CA18214 outcomes to European policies and different European contexts
- Mutual collaborations among the participants and CA18214
The invited discussants are from several EU offices and divisions, such as DGRegio, JRC, EU mobility, EU Parliament, Representatives of Ministries of Labor, as well as international and national stakeholders ( e.g. coworking industries and collaborative hubs from The Netherlands, Italy, Poland and Germany).
The report presents a very comprehensive overview about the main themes discussed during the workshop with the invited discussants and CA18214 COST Members.
The collaboration among the stakeholders and experts is fundamental for co-creating new knolewdge on New Working Spaces, collecting data, developing new policy and planning strategies.
The report is attached below. Enjoy the reading!