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  • Call for tender - 22.11.2022

    Looking for an expert to carry a research on the impact of the digital transition
    CEMR is looking for an external expert to carry a research on the impact of the digital transition on social dialogue at the local and regional level as a part of an EU-funded project.

    Deadline to apply: 15 December 2022

    For more information, have a look at our call for tender.
  • Digitalisation - 19.11.2018

    Last day to register for the GDPR seminar!
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is dramatically changing our relationship to data. Our Czech association, the Union of Towns and Municipalities of the Czech Republic, is organising a one-day seminar on the implementation of the GDPR for towns and municipalities on 7 December in Prague. Today is the last day to register, so do it now!
  • Social media - 29.10.2018

    Follow CEMR on Instagram
    Many local governments tweet, but do they insta? An increasing number of towns, regions and networks are joining this image-based social network. Stay ahead of the curve: follow us on Instagram and view Europe’s local governments’ news and activities in pictures.
  • Digitalisation - 07.08.2018

    How digital is your town?
    To which extent does your town use digital tools for public services? Answer ESPON's study by 31 August, and contribute to the creation of a Europe-wide overview of the digital transition of local public services.
  • Media - 17.05.2016

    BBC invests in local news
    The BBC has decided to fund 150 local news journalists. Starting in 2017, these journalists will be employed by news organisations around the UK to cover local governments and public services.

    This initiative is an example of how the importance of local governments is increasingly being recognised.
  • ​eGovernment - 20.11.2015

    European Commission launches a public consultation on its next action plan 2016-2020
    The rapid change in digital technologies and the way it is used by the society requires a modernisation of the public sector across the EU. To this aim, the European Commission plans to present a new eGovernment Action Plan for the 2016-2020 period.

    With this public consultation, the Commission wants to collect the needs, requirements and expectations of those directly involved in the delivering of public services, hence local and regional governments.

    The deadline to participate is 22 January 2016.
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