Curing the Limbo journal
Short description
UIA Expert, Levente Polyak, gives a first look on how the project is being implemented

It’s been some months since the Curing the Limbo project started its implementation and many activities have been carried out. The project has begun to produce knowledge stemming from the implementation of its innovative solution
You can now read the first of a series of journals following the Curing the Limbo project implementation process. In this first edition, find out about the EU, national and local policy and the three key challenges associated with the project.  These are: 
•    The project’s ambitions, innovative features, resources, stakeholders and implemented activities
•    The main challenges of implementation.
•    Take away points
Get to know better what Athens is doing on the topic in this UIA Expert journal!


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