Peer reviews

A peer review is a mutual and voluntary learning process between well-qualified equals based on systematic exchange of experiences and evaluation of policies, actions, programmes or institutional arrangements.

In each peer review two good practices of SEA4NEB will be analysed by peer reviewers coming from the 3 local areas, comprising both institutional and social economy partners, working as a team. The methodology of the project is based on a strong partnership at local level between the local authority and the SE actor, while Diesis Network acts as transnational facilitator and coordinator.

Objectives of the peer reviews:

  • Boosting peer-learning, sharing and replicating good practices and success policies between local authorities and social economy stakeholders on regenerative development of communities and the role of social economy organisations in building resilience in territories
  • Allow deep analysis of good practices and evaluation of policies, actions, programmes or institutional arrangements;
  • Allow systematic exchange of experiences and comparison between different SE contexts in order to facilitate mutual learning and transferability;
  • Fostering and improving transnational collaboration between social economy stakeholders and local authorities in the empowerment of the communities through the regeneration of the territories based on NEB principles (beautiful, sustainable, together).


3 peer reviews – 3 different territories


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