During the Autumn 2019 Bureau Meeting that took place on 5 December in Brussels (BE), Bureau members adopted AER Political Priorities for the upcoming 5 years (2020-2025).
AER Political Priorities 2020-2025 were drafted by the appointed Taskforce from the Spring 2019 Bureau Meeting and identified the challenges that AER should address over the next five years.
Among the priorities established in the position paper can be found:
- Ensuring good governance.
- Promoting decentralisation and subsidiarity.
- Respecting and protecting social cohesion and cultural diversity, as well as strengthening intercultural dialogue.
- Advocating for a stronger cohesion policy that ensures an enhances interregional cooperation.
- Reaffirming regional commitment towards reaching the pre-established goals in the Agenda 2030.
- Fostering a society that is based on the promotion and protection of equality.
Read the political priorities in full at the link below:
About the Political Priorities
AER Political Priorities are developed by the Bureau, which is in charge of providing the priority areas for its mandate and general orientations for the work of the organisation.
Every 5 years, at the Autumn Bureau Meeting, Bureau Members will set out the AER Political Priorities, outlining the critical issues AER will need to prioritize to achieve its mission.
By establishing longer-term priorities, AER will be provided by a common vision and focus, with agreed-upon priorities, for a clear direction and longer-term drive of operational priorities.
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