TALENTMAGNET - FOR TALENT FRIENDLY CITIES
Our project addresses major societal (demographic and labour market) challenges caused by the outmigration of highly-educated young people, primarily from small- and medium sized towns in the Danube Region (brain drain). Our project intends to address these challenges by improved multilevel governance, targeted policy instruments and practical tools to attract and retain talent – tailored to the specific needs of small municipalities. These challenges are DTP-specific: according to OECD-UNDESA “World migration in Figures”, the biggest increase in emigration rates have been recorded in Danube area. This has grave demographic and labour market implications: these countries experience shortage of highly educated labour force. Limited institutional capacities and lack of prior experience of public bodies, other relevant stakeholders (especially in smaller towns) in the region hinder effective combating against outmigration of young workforce.The main objective of TalentMagnet is to strengthen multilevel governance and improve institutional capacities to reduce the outmigration of talented young workforce. The main result of TalentMagnet is an established new multilevel and transnational governance model/tools/plans for talent attraction and retention, by more effective, wider and deeper transnational cooperation across the DTP.
Our partnership is characterized by transnational, intersectoral and multilevel cooperation forming a Quadruple Helix model with partners from academia, business, politics/administration and civil society in a joint learning process. The ERDF/IPA/ENI partners as well as ASP come from 12 countries: TM will help institutional actors and other stakeholders in the DTP to identify obstacles, develop and implement a plan to address them. Our partnership will improve institutional capacities, design 13 strategies, develop a toolkit, deliver 13 pilot actions, develop policy proposals while establishing a new multilevel governance model.
- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 2541875
- ERDF Contribution: 1879456.25
- IPA Contribution: 176927.5
- ENI Contribution: 104210
- Call number
- Call 3
- Well-governed Danube region
- Specific objective
- Improve institutional capacities to tackle major societal challenges
|Filename||Date of upload|
|D.T1.1.1 Baseline Study||24-08-2021 15:33:38|
|D.T2.1.1 Guide for setting up and running Local Talent Club||24-08-2021 09:22:12|
|D.T1.1.5 Slide deck on the main findings of the baseline study (German)||23-08-2021 14:31:46|
|D.T1.1.5 Slide deck on the main findings of the baseline study (Ukrainian)||23-08-2021 14:18:05|
|D.T1.1.5 Slide deck on the main findings of the baseline study (Slovenian)||23-08-2021 14:08:31|
|Scientific Research Centre Bistra Ptuj||Lead email@example.com||Slovenia|
|Municipality of Velenje||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Slovenia|
|First Hungarian Responsible Innovation Association||ERDF email@example.com||Hungary|
|Municipality of Nyiregyhaza||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary|
|Harghita County Council||ERDF email@example.com||Romania|
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