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We recapped the main updates about the Turin pilot with the aim to clarify the main changes with respect to the original ideas presented in the first half of the project in terms of scenarios definitions and engagement plans, as they can have an impact on the pilots evaluations.
Like any other European country, Greece has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic since February 2020 and a series of restrictive measures aimed to contrast and limit the diffusion of the virus have been taken. However, the restriction measures in Greece started to be mitigated in May 2021.
During the first half of the CO3 project, local services to be piloted have been designed following a participatory methodology, based on co-design. This approach has been followed also in the evaluation of each pilots’ service. Co-design logic has been adapted to an evaluation framework. The framework covers the two main axes of the project: the use of disruptive technologies and the co-production of public services. These axes are combined to different evaluation aspects that are related with legal, socio-cultural, economical and sustainability factors.