EU expertise now available as TAIEX webinars
July 26, 2021

EU expertise now available as TAIEX webinars

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission has redesigned its institution building instruments, TAIEX and Twinning, to share more effectively EU expertise with others countries, including in the Eastern Partnership.

Two virtual TAIEX events – on the Green Deal and EU digital policy – have been transformed into webinar series for the first time. They are now available to public administrations worldwide to promote Commission priorities – and the new digital opportunities of TAIEX. Each expert presentation has been subtitled in multiple languages.

In the first 12 months of fully virtual TAIEX, the instrument had on average 50% more attendees and was able to mobilise 58% more experts per event than in the 12 months preceding the pandemic. The events became more interesting, dynamic and impactful.

The European Commission invites you to have a look at the webinars and to share them with your partners.

Green Deal webinars

Event agenda and slides:!Kp47rH


Part 1 – Introduction:
Part 2 – Clean Energy:
Part 3 – Food Systems:
Part 4 – Decarbonisation Strategies:
Part 5 – Smart Mobility:
Part 6 – Production & Consumption:
Part 7 – Environmental Protection: 

Digital policy webinars

Event agenda and slides:!bD37hd


Part 1 – Fostering the digital transition:
Part 2 – European data strategy:
Part 3 – Artificial Intelligence:
Part 4 – Cybersecurity and the 5G Toolbox:
Part 5 – Digital Services Act:
Part 6 – Digital Education Action Plan:
Part 7 – Common Charger Initiative:
Part 8 – Industrial Policy:
Part 9 – Single market barriers:
Part 10 – Single Market Enforcement Action Plan:
Part 11 – Supporting SMEs:
Part 12 – Digital Finance Strategy:
Part 13 – Digital Markets Act:
Part 14 – Horizon Europe:


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