Living Spaces is looking for experts to support peer-learning visits
Are you an expert in quality, sustainable and inclusive built environment with experience working for local and regional authorities? Join the Living Spaces project as an expert on the peer learning visits on architecture and the built environment.
The European Commission and the Living Spaces consortium (Eurocities and the Architects’ Council of Europe) are looking for experts to help prepare, facilitate and report on 12 peer-learning visits in the context of the Living Spaces project.
Who can become an expert
Motivated professionals with at least 5 years of working experience in the field of architecture and/or the built environment should apply.
Selected experts should have experience in
architectural policies, and/or urban planning and urban/regional development
coaching, facilitation, moderation and audience engagement methods
How to apply
Those interested should submit their application online (link below) before 18 December 2023.
Peer learning visits on architecture and the built environment
The visits are aimed at 20 participants from local and regional administrations in European countries and relevant stakeholders working in architecture and the built environment.
Why you should become an expert
Visits are opportunities for experts, decision makers and stakeholders to see first-hand in another city/region how it has successfully implemented policies and projects in high-quality architecture and the built environment. The visits on site will offer networking opportunities and will connect peers, experts and relevant stakeholders from different background and cities/regions.