Infoday to promote the new URBACT III Transfer Networks call
An infoday supporting Irish cities interested in applying for the new Urbact III call setting up Transfer Networks will be held on -
SEPTEMBER 22nd 2017 Custom House Dublin 1.30pm to 3.00pm.
Throughout 2017, Urbact has worked to identify 97 examples of Good Practice in urban policy making across European cities. Congratulations to our Irish successes - Longford, Naas, and Monaghan.
Details of the 97 Good Practices can be found at: http://urbact.eu/good-practices/home. A Festival of Good Practices is being held in Tallin from October 3rd to the 5th. Urbact Ireland will also run an event on Nov 22nd in Dublin to introduce the Good Practices to Irish Local Authorities (details to follow in early October).
On September 15th 2017 URBACT announced a new Transfer Networks call. A select number of successful Good Practice cities will offer to share their practices in EU wide networks. Up to 25 Transfer Networks will be created. As it is likely that these networks will be created very quickly after the official call , the purpose of this infoday will be to provide you with an early understanding of the call and why it might interest you, and application procedures. The closing date for the call is yet to be confirmed.
Mr Colm Downey (Dept of Housing, Planning and Local Government) and Professor Mark Boyle (Maynooth University) will lead the event and a Q&A will be held after formal presentations. Tea and coffee will be available at Custom House from 1pm. The infoday will begin at 1.30pm and end at 3.00pm sharp
Only registered delegates will be eligible to attend. Please register for the event
As part of our INFODAY we will
- Provide you with an update of application procedures and protocols for applying to join a Transfer Network
- Showcase Ireland's selected Good Practices winners and others with particular relevance to Ireland
Please direct any queries to Urbact Ireland in the first instance - firstname.lastname@example.org
1300 Tea and Coffee
1330 Welcome & update on Ireland’s NPF & the European Urban Agenda (Colm Downey)
1350 Profile of Urbact Good Practices (Mark Boyle)
1410 Urbact III new Transfer Network Call - garnering Irish interest (Mark Boyle)
There will be tea/coffee on arrival served from 14.00.
There is a public car park within walking distance of the building http://www.parkrite.ie/contact
The building is also within walking distance of Connolly and Tara Street train station and the red line Luas.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, it is not necessary to bring a printed ticket to this event.
Should you have any questions regarding this event, please do not hesitate to contact
For further information on URBACT, please contact Prof. Mark Boyle, National Contact point for URBACT at email@example.com
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