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In Dublin, this heritage house has become a conduit for personal and community memory, opening up 300 years of birth, death and everything in between.
Take a tour of Rotterdam to get a glimpse into the future of clean transport. Wide cycling boulevards, green pedestrian areas, shared electric transport showcase the city’s shift to clean mobility.
Maylin Vergara is an entrepreneur who arrived in Bilbao in 1997. The city is devoted to recognising the effort of women like her through the Migrant Women Awards.
Ljubljana was runner up in the 'planning public spaces' category at this years' Eurocities Awards thanks to its bold urban renewal project for its main street, Slovenska Cesta.
20 years ago, a referendum sparked the demolition of a 12-lane highway to bring back the canal to the centre of the city. Today, the water is now flowing through the heart of the city again.
Regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation have introduced digital rights around personal data; however, people don’t have as much control over it.
Early on during the pandemic, Brighton & Hove, like many cities, recognised an emerging pattern: longer queues at food banks, and more families and individuals having to make difficult financial choices.
A new climate puzzle from Lahti brings people a fun approach to dealing with the complexity of changing our lifestyles to get to climate neutrality.
Thessaloniki is stepping up its efforts to welcome migrants and refugees arriving in Greece and relying on the expertise of other cities within the CONNECTION project to tailor their programmes.
The holiday season is here! But can your presents arrive without polluting your city? Thanks to cargo bikes in Prague, the answer is yes.
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