inclusion

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From Sharing to Sharing Economy: The World Economic Forum’s report on collaboration practices in cities

Four EUROCITIES member cities are featured in a new report that examines how cities can leverage the potential of the sharing economy in use of municipal goods, spaces, and civic assets such as the talents and skills of city residents.

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publication date: 11-01-2018

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

Towards a more positive future for Europe

With the EU at a cross roads, we need to seize the opportunity to change the way things are done in Europe. EUROCITIES’ city leaders are committed to a Europe that demonstrates results, regains the confidence of citizens, while also showing global leadership on issues such as climate change, equal opportunities, quality of life and high standards of public services.

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publication date: 05-01-2018

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

EURACTIV: Cities are partners towards a more positive future for Europe

The EU needs to listen more and engage more with its citizens. It can take inspiration from and use its cities for this purpose to find ways to create societies where people come first, argues Daniël Termont, president of EUROCITIES and mayor of Ghent.

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publication date: 04-01-2018

  •  cooperation

New video highlights a good practice for Roma inclusion in Cluj-Napoca

EUROCITIES produced a video about the good practice of Cluj-Napoca in desegregating a Roma neighbourhood through integrated interventions for Roma inclusion in the city.

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publication date: 22-12-2017

What role do cities play in social inclusion and welfare policies? - Policy brief for EUROCITIES

In 2017, EUROCITIES contracted an external expert to research the changing role of cities in designing and delivering social inclusion and welfare policies.

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publication date: 22-12-2017

  •  culture

Cities can now apply for the title of European Youth Capital 2021!

Cities across Europe can now apply to become the European Youth Capital in 2021. The title is awarded by the European Youth Forum to a different European city each year. The award is recognising the efforts and initiatives of the municipality in making the city more youth-friendly and boosting the role of young people and youth organisations in the community.

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publication date: 21-12-2017

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

EUCANET calls for papers discussing the role of cities and city agencies in the EU urban agenda

EUCANET is looking for information on ongoing projects, experiences, practices and/or policies related to citizenship, inclusion, involvement and empowerment of communities through the urban transformation process. The deadline for the call for papers is 30 March 2018.

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publication date: 20-12-2017

Cities open the door for reading to children

Gothenburg, Turku, Milan, Brussels and Bristol partner up in an EU project to exchange knowledge on how to promote reading to children. The EU project is called "Open the door for reading". It is funded through the Erasmus+ programme and is coordinated by Gothenburg. Over the next two years, the project will include workshops, seminars and visits in all five cities.

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publication date: 14-12-2017

The missing entrepreneurs - Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship

The OECD and the European Commission have prepared a publication on policies for inclusive entrepreneurship and its benefit for society.

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publication date: 11-12-2017

Lisbon wins the European Capital of Sport 2021

Lisbon received the title of European Capital of Sport 2021. Six other members of EUROCITIES got the title of European City of Sport 2018: Banja LuKa, Braga, Cluj-Napoca, Klaipeda, Kortijki and Ostend. In 2018, the European Capital of Sport is Sofia.

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publication date: 08-12-2017