The TOMORROW project, funded by Horizon 2020, is launching a second edition of its four-month peer-learning programme ‘Energy Transition Learning Relay’. This course is designed for elected officials, civil servants and civil society actors motivated to foster energy transition governance processes in their cities.
The programme is organised to support participants to connect, learn and share experiences on how to facilitate multi-actor engagement processes fostering energy transition in cities. The project will share knowledge and experience gathered as part of the TOMORROW project on how to envision and facilitate energy transition governance processes.
The programme will start on 11 March with an introductory webinar, during which the participants will deepen their individual learning question and form small groups. The training facilitator will guide all participants by facilitating the group interactions and organising online activities. During the Relay, the participants will be encouraged to organise a transition intervention related to the multi-actor engagement processes in their city. For example, co-organising a webinar with colleagues or partners from the civil society, applying one of the participatory tools in their city, or another type of activity.
The deadline for registration is 28 February.
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