Peer reviews

The peer-review visits are a fundamental part of the program. These are organized between the participating municipalities across all program countries. The goal of the visits is to ensure mutual learning and the identification of recommendations for the improvement of service provision. Peer review teams consist of municipality representatives and various local service providers, including civil society organizations working with the municipal governments, to ensure a wide range of relevant perspectives and hands-on experience.

Each municipality in the program has the opportunity to participate in at least one peer-review visit, and is paired with a peer municipality either from the same country or from another program country, based on the needs and interests identified in each city.

In 2017 the following peer review visits has been organized in the context of the Admin4all Program

Italy:

  • October 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of Milan to Bari
  • October 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of Bari, Naples and Florence to the city of Milan
  • November 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of  Bari, to the city of Naples

Poland:

  • May 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of Warsaw to Wrocław
  • June 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of Poznan and Wrocław to Warsaw
  • November 2017 Exchange visit of the municipality representatives of the city of Krakow to Warsaw

Austria:

  • May 2017: Shadowing event between Municipal Department of the City of Vienna for Integration and Diversity (MA17) and Austrian municipalities Bruck an der Leitha, Korneuburg and Tulln