regeneration

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Liverpool - Adaptive sustainable reuse linked to participatory approaches

Home to 552,000 inhabitants, Liverpool was deeply affected by the decline of manufacturing and port related industries in the 1970s and 80s. Today, Liverpool is cited as one of the most successful examples of European RIS3 funded regeneration.

case study

publication date: 15-07-2019

  •  cooperation

Our ‘Inclusive Cities for All’ initiative continues – Join NOW with your city pledge!

This February, EUROCITIES launched a new initiative 'Inclusive cities for all: Social rights in my city' and we announced the first 21 city pledges at a high-level political event at the European Parliament. The pledges bring a total investment of over €4.32 billion from cities over the next 5 years to fight poverty and social exclusion by delivering the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights at local level.

news

publication date: 07-05-2019

  •  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.

event

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. .

news

publication date: 02-05-2019

  •  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. .

news

publication date: 02-05-2019

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.

news

publication date: 19-04-2019

  •  cooperation

Bologna is 22nd city to sign pledge to the EU Pillar of Social Rights

Bologna became the 22nd city to sign a pledge to the European Pillar of Social Rights. Mayor Virginio Merola signed a strong commitment to principle 2 on gender equality and principle 19 on housing.

news

publication date: 16-04-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Join our webinar on regulating the urban commons

Through the ROCK EU-funded project, EUROCITIES and Julie’s Bicycle invite you to a webinar on Thursday 4 April at 11.00 CET. The webinar will be the opportunity to discuss ideas and practice around regulating urban commons, a practice in which Bologna has been a front-runner.

news

publication date: 22-03-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Regulating the urban commons: a ROCK webinar

Starting from the example of the regulation of collaboration between citizens and the city for the care and regeneration of urban commons in Bologna, the webinar will be an opportunity to discuss the commons theories and principles and how they can be applied to urban governance. We will go into details of local examples inspired from the Bologna experience, such as the CO-CITY project supported by the Urban Innovative Actions programme in Turin and the Commons Transition Plan in Ghent.

event

start date: 04-04-2019
end date: 04-04-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Lyon Urban Heritage Observatory

Since 1998, the historic part of Lyon has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The listing was a recognition of urban and architectural heritage exceptional value and has led institutional actors to commit themselves in the preservation and enhancement of Lyon cultural heritage: Listing is not a privilege or a first prize, but a responsibility towards the inhabitants and the visitors. The Urban Heritage Observatory plans to capture and react to living and working changes in the...

case study

publication date: 21-03-2019