TERACTION: proactive Franco-Italian partners join the MOT’s network

December 2021

TERACTION: proactive Franco-Italian partners join the MOT’s network

On 5 November 2021, the MOT team had the pleasure of hosting the partners of the integrated territorial plan known as GraiesLab – Active And Innovative Rural Generations – in their offices for a work meeting.

Supported by the Interreg programme ALCOTRA, GraiesLab is made up of four projects: InnovLab, ExplorLab, SociaLab and MobiLab, all contributing to a joint cross-border strategy through a multi-thematic approach. The work methodology used is based on open co-creation approaches and Living Labs set up for each project. This Franco-Italian integrated territorial plan (PITer) is now working to create a new cross-border structure to deepen and expand the existing cooperation over the coming years.

Following the same logic, the five entities involved in this integrated territorial plan (the Cœur de Savoie and Versants d’Aime groupings of Savoie municipalities, the Italian Local Action Groups of the Canavese and the Lanzo, Ceronda and Casternone Valleys, and the Grand Paradis Union of Val d’Aosta municipalities) have recently joined the MOT network in order to benefit from its assistance in the legal structuring of this initiative. The first stage in this process consists in setting up a cross-border association under Italian law called TERACTION.

The MOT will follow this initiative closely in order to support its new members in their work aimed at building links across the Alps.

Map of the TERACTION partnership

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