Commission has launched Compass and Dashboard of New European Bauhaus!
Commission has released the first New European Bauhaus Progress Report, where two new NEB tools were also introduced.
Commission has released the first New European Bauhaus (NEB) Progress Report, which summarizes and evaluates the first two years of the initiative. The report also introduces two new tools: NEB Compass and NEB Dashboard.
The compass is the initial instrument created to assess the entire initiative. This tool is meant to make it easier to assess how closely projects resemble NEB approach. It also explains how the three core values of NEB can be further integrated and combined with other disciplines, as well as what they mean in the context of specific projects. Other instruments intended for more thorough evaluation will be developed in the future based on the compass.
According to the Commission, the NEB initiative is expanding and now has over 600 official partner organizations. Following that, the Dashboard was developed to provide easier access to information about specific NEB calls, beneficiaries and community members. Dashboard represents a comprehensive database in the form of an interactive map.
More information is available in the European Commission's press release.