At least since the Covid-19 pandemic, citizens in all European regions have asked themselves the following question: How would I assess my quality of life? Which aspects matter to me for a good quality of life? The answers are very different, depending – for instance – on where the citizens are geographically located in Europe and on whether their life takes place in a rural, urban or cross-border area. This raises a number of specific questions and expectations vis-à-vis policy-makers. It is up to spatial planning to enter into a dialogue with citizens using a variety of tools and methods.
Within the framework of the activities of the ESPON Contact Point in Luxembourg, the Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg invites you to attend our annual conference on 10 November 2021 from 9:00 to 12:30.
At this conference, we would like to discuss how quality of life can be defined and measured, how spatial planning can strengthen the quality of life in urban and rural areas, and which lessons we can draw from current ESPON projects in this area, such as Quality of Life and ACPA.
In view of the current situation, the conference will take place online and you can register directly via the following link:
Target group: The conference is specifically aimed at policy-makers and actors from the public administration at the national and local level, organisations and associations, as well as scientists and everyone who is interested in the subject of quality of life.
Conference languages: German, French and English (simultaneous translation)