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Agile cities: how are cities adapting to the fourth industrial revolution?

In September 2018, the Global Future Council on Cities and Urbanization of the World Economic Forum has released a report on the adaptation of urban landscapes and administrations to the fourth industrial revolution.

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publication date: 17-10-2018

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EIP-SCC Marketplace Matchmaking November 14, Barcelona

During the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, the EIP-SCC is organising a Matchmaking on November 14. “The matchmaking activities seek to bring projects and investors together to stimulate action, especially tailored to match your projects with financing.” Mr. Mark van Stiphout, Deputy Head of Unit for New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal DG ENER European Commission. See its invitation below.

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start date: 14-11-2018
end date: 14-11-2018

Info Session AMIF CALL 2018

An Info Session on the AMIF CALL 2018 will be webstreamed on 18 October 2018 from 10.00 to 12.00 CET.

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publication date: 15-10-2018

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Getting ready for your next application: EUROCITIES Training on EU funding

During the European Week of Regions and Cities EUROCITIES organised a training on EU funding at the Greater Birmingham and West Midlands Brussels Office.

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publication date: 12-10-2018

Handbook for Critical Friend Review

The EUROCITIES Working Group on Social Inclusion through Education has been using the critical friend review methodology to guide its study visits and peer reviews for several years. Based on the experience gained over the years, the working group has developed a handbook for the critical friend review.

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publication date: 09-10-2018

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start date: 29-10-2018
end date: 29-10-2018

Making social rights a reality: the commitment of cities to deliver on European Pillar for Social Rights

Despite the European Union’s economic growth, EU is facing raising social challenges. Beside the income inequalities, new forms of inequalities are emerging as a result of technological change and ageing society. The European Pillar for Social Rights (EPSR), which was the result of the call for action made by the European Parliament, aims at better fulfilling and implementing the social rights of Europeans. EUROCITIES is launching the online campaign ‘Inclusive cities for all: Social...

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publication date: 02-10-2018

An invitation to cities from Mi-Friendly Cities project

Do you know what works in making cities migration friendly and successful? We need your help!

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publication date: 01-10-2018

Highlights from the study visit on Roma inclusion to Leeds

On 24-25 September, the working group Roma inclusion met in Leeds to learn about the city’s strategic approach to Roma inclusion and migrant integration.

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publication date: 28-09-2018

Going local works: Cities implementing the social pillar

Across Europe, over 40% of unemployed people have been out of work and looking for a job for more than a year, increasing their risk of poverty, social exclusion and inequalities. Today, Madrid became the first city to pledge its support to the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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publication date: 27-09-2018