citizens

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
  •  knowledge society
  •  mobility

EUROCITIES city leaders agenda for Europe

EUROCITIES ‘city leaders agenda for Europe’ is a wake up call for those who care about Europe. We believe that urban and European challenges are strongly connected, and that there is a need for a deeper partnership between different levels of government to meet common challenges.

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publication date: 02-05-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  knowledge society

The city as a living lab: a ROCK webinar

Through the ROCK EU-funded project, EUROCITIES and Julie’s Bicycle invite you to a webinar on living labs, a way of governing the city. The webinar will be the opportunity to discuss ideas and local experiences around living labs, a practice in which Eindhoven has lots to share.

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start date: 14-05-2019
end date: 14-05-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  knowledge society

The city as a living lab: join our webinar

EUROCITIES and creative climate change charity Julie’s Bicycle invite you to sign up for a webinar on 14 May about the city as a living lab, to discuss ideas and local experiences and hear about experiments in Eindhoven. .

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publication date: 02-05-2019

European Solidarity Corps: what is in it for cities?

Is your city working on migrant integration, fighting poverty or other ambitious project with a strong solidarity component? Would you need extra helping hands to realise your project? Would you be willing to employ and train young people from a different European country to help you? Then, look no further and get involved in the European Solidarity Corps initiative!

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publication date: 30-04-2019

  •  culture

Culture forum in Chemnitz: sharing effective ideas

Chemnitz hosted 92 representatives from 61 cities on 10-13 April to discuss the role of city administrations in developing and supporting local cultural networks and the lessons and impact of local networking examples.

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publication date: 25-04-2019

15 cities learn from Toulouse how to support Roma to access adequate housing

How can cities support Roma to move out of camps into adequate housing? This is what 35 local policy-makers and practitioners on homelessness and Roma inclusion from 15 European cities addressed during a policy transfer study visit to Toulouse. Representatives from the Council of Europe and the EU’s Agency for Fundamental Rights also took part in the meeting.

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publication date: 19-04-2019

Imagine the urban future: 24-hour cities- Making the most of the night time economy

On 26 June, you are invited to imagine the urban future and discuss 24-hour cities and how cities can make the most of the night time economy.

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publication date: 18-04-2019

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publication date: 18-04-2019

  •  knowledge society

EUROCITIES principles on citizen data: 10 data principles for the common good

Where does our data go? How can citizens take back some control over what will become one of the most valuable resources of our society?

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publication date: 05-04-2019

Key takeaways from our first-ever EUROCITIES Social Innovation Lab

The first-ever Social Innovation Lab of EUROCITIES took place on 25-27 March 2019 in Glasgow. Over 120 city politicians, officers and change makers (social enterprises and foundations) from over 50 cities in Europe joined forces to pilot a new way of working for ‘Making Inclusive Cities through Social Innovation’.

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publication date: 02-04-2019