Propose new solutions and promote new policies for the sustainable renovation of social and affordable housing units in the European Union.
PEOPLE-POWERED PUBLIC SERVICES. That’s the focus of the 9 cities of the CHANGE! network.
The starting assumption of the project is that creativity can act as a driving force for economic development of small urban centres and not only of big cities. Thus, the main value-added that the work of the Creative Clusters network can produce is to transfer the “creative city model” (too much...
Boosting creative entrepreneurship through creative-based urban strategies
The first objective of the EGTC URBACT project is to promote the development of cross-border urban development strategy.
How medium sized cities can generate new employment opportunities, prepare workers for jobs, and address mismatches between the supply of labour and demand for workers
Explores how demand-led workforce development strategies can be used as instruments of sustainable economic recovery in medium sized cities
Digital, social media and user-generated content improving urban governance
A European Network of Local Partnerships for the Advancement of Youth Employment and Opportunity
Innovative, Practical Approaches to Tackling Youth Unemployment
Redefining the function, social role and accessibility of former military heritage, to promote development, sustainability and inclusiveness.
Creating a good local economy through procurement
Reviving places, communities and resources
Ten european cities inspire each other to create innovative strategies that revitalize the retail sector in medium-sized cities.
Implementation of integrated socio-economic regeneration strategies which build on local strengths and opportunities. This will be achieved by developing an integrated Socio-economic Urban REhabilitation Model for small and medium sized cities.
A digital City Future - Adapt or Die
Promoting citizens engagement in upgrading urban green spaces
Urban sports promotion for social inclusion, healthy and active living