Some of the 25 Transfer Networks recently approved under the URBACT fudnign programme are looking for partners! If you're interested to transfer their practice to your city, fill in their questionnaire and send it back before 7 May.
25 Transfer Networks gathering 75 European cities were approved by the URBACT Monitoring Committee of the programme on 4 April 2018.
Each network, composed of 3 cities, is starting a first working phase of 6 months during which it is granted resources to extend the partnership by identifying relevant partners, develop a common understanding of the Good Practice to be transferred, explore the conditions and requirements for a successful transfer in the local context, and the definition of the methodology for transfer activities. The Transfer Networks will have to be made of at least 5 and up to 8 partners.
Cities representative from the 28 EU member states, Switzerland and Norway can express interest in getting involved!
Deadline for expressing your interest, unless indicated otherwise: 7 May 2018.
Which are the networks looking for partners?
|PROJECT NAME||ONE-LINER||INITIAL PARTNERSHIP||LEAD PARTNER CONTACT||ENLARGEMENT SURVEY|
|ALT/BAU||Revitalising decaying historic apartment buildings by connecting owners, investors/users and public authorities||
Chemnitz (DE), Rybnik (PL), Vilafranca del Penedès (ES)
|ACTIVE NGOS||A platform for cooperation between non-governmental organisations and the municipality||
Riga (LV), Siracusa (IT), Santa Pola Council (ES)
|BEE PATH||Building together the story of bees in urban areas||Ljubljana (SI), Bydgoszcz (PL), Cesena (IT)||Luka Sešel||questionnaire|
|BLUACT||"BlueGrowth" is an initiative to support start-ups and sustainable entrepreneurship on the maritime economy||Piraeus (EL), Burgas (BG), Matosinhos (PT)||Elpiniki Katsi||questionnaire|
|CARD4ALL||Providing access to city services and resources while improving citizen participation||Gijon (ES), Suceava (RO), Jurmala (LV)||Laura González Méndez||questionnaire|
|MUSIC SCHOOLS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE||A tool for urban social cohesion through the development of the arts||L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (ES), Municipality of Adelfia (IT), Aarhus (DK)||Núria Sempere||questionnaire|
|REGROW CITY||Altena (DE), Igoumenitsa (EL), Municipality of Isernia (IT)||Working with civil society to reverse decline in small and medium sized towns||Lisa Gudra||questionnaire|
|RUMORLESS CITIES||Amadora (PT), Ioannina (EL), Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg - District Hamburg-Altona (DE)||Enhance diversity by through deconstructing stereotypes and prejudices about immigrants||Ana Luis||questionnaire|
|TECH REVOLUTION (ReBoot)||Create more and better local jobs through an inspirational hub space and focused business support||Barnsley (UK), Pardubice (CZ), Vilanova i la Geltru (ES)||Paul Tinsley||
|WetrEIN||The story of a network that has an obsession for boosting the renewal of the education in our city by means of involving all relevant stakeholders||Viladecans (ES), Tallinn Education Department (EE), Nantes (FR)||Sonia Domínguez||questionnaire|