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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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EUROCITIES and the sustainable development goals

EUROCITIES and our member cities fully support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a means to achieving a better and more sustainable future for all.

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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

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Meet our young ambassadors #3

The special young ambassadors programme that will run throughout EUROCITIES 2018 Edinburgh aims to give young people an insight into how we work and the challenges we're addressing and an opportunity to get involved in our discussions. Here we get to know Nanouk Lemmerling from Ghent, Rok Milavec from Ljubljana and Sonia Singh from Vantaa and find out what they would do if they were mayor of their city for a day and whose future vision for Europe involves flying cars, high educational...

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publication date : 09-10-2018

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Creative Europe 2021-2027 proposal: our comments

The European Commission has proposed a 27% budget increase for Creative Europe, the programme supporting European cultural and creative sectors. As the European Parliament and Council debate the Commission's proposal for 2021-2027, we're making sure our comments are heard.

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publication date : 04-10-2018

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Meet our young ambassadors #2

A special young ambassadors programme will be running throughout EUROCITIES 2018 Edinburgh, giving young people an active voice in discussions and the chance to share their perspectives. Here we get to know Carlos Alberto Videira from Braga, Caitlin O'Regan from Bristol and George Tsoumas from Athens, finding out what they want to learn from the experience, how they want to see democracy in Europe strengthened and what they love best about their cities.

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publication date : 02-10-2018

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Meet our young ambassadors

With Scotland's Year of Young People 2018 setting the scene, EUROCITIES 2018 Edinburgh is running a special young ambassadors programme throughout the conference. To get to know Catharina Dahl from Bonn, Théo Fievet from Lille and Jessica Bonehill from Edinburgh ahead of the conference we asked them why they wanted to be a young ambassador, what they would do as mayor of their city and the message they'd send to our president.

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publication date : 27-09-2018

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Second Mayors Summit announced

Following the success of the first EUROCITIES Mayors Summit in 2017, we are organising a second in Brussels from 20-21 March 2019 to discuss critical European issues including citizen engagement.

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publication date : 26-09-2018

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Eurostat regional book 2018 is out! Check out the main findings

Every year Eurostat publishes its regional book, providing valuable data and statistics on a wide range of fields, from demography to digital transition, passing through health, business and living conditions.

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publication date : 21-09-2018

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Towards greener cultural activities in cities

On July 18-20 34 participants from 14 cities and 8 European cultural organisations attended a EUROCITIES study visit in Leeuwarden, European Capital of Culture 2018. The visit focused on greening cultural events and on how culture drives innovation, socio-economic change and sustainability.

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publication date : 28-08-2018