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31 January 2019

Desde el Punto Nacional URBACT hemos estado recopilando ideas y propuestas provenientes desde distintos rincones de Europa para facilitaros la creación de redes y propuestas de cara a la actual convocatoria URBACT Action Planning Networks. Si eres un municipio o institución interesada en participar en ella, te sugerimos leas con atención este artículo y sigas los consejos que te damos en él para poder encontrar los la red o socios que mejor se ajusten a vuestras necesidades.

La convocatoria de las Action Planning Networks es la última oportunidad para participar en el programa URBACT durante el periodo de financiación europea vigente (2014-2020). Está dirigida a ciudades y entidades públicas de todo Europa interesadas en el intercambio de conocimientos y la elaboración de una planificación urbana integral a través de la creación de redes transnacionales. Para ello se han de conformar partenariados de entre 7 y 10 ciudades (también pueden participar otro tipo de instituciones públicas en calidad de non-city partners) que aborden una problemática urbana conjunta vinculada al Desarrollo Urbano Sostenible.

Como resultado de esta convocatoria -que se lanzó el 7 de enero y finaliza el 17 de abril- se aprobarán un total de 23 Action Planning Networks que iniciarán un recorrido de 2 años de trabajo cuyo resultado final será el diseño de un Plan Integral de Acciones que aborde la problemática conjunta a solucionar.

Para conocer mejor en qué consisten las APN, os recomendamos que leais con anteción el siguiente artículo:

http://urbact.eu/todo-lo-que-quiso-saber-sobre-las-urbact-action-planning-networks-y-nunca-se-atrevi%C3%B3-preguntar-v%C3%ADdeo

 

Por otra parte, todos los detalles de la nueva convocatoria de las URBACT Action Planning Networks los podéis encontrar en el siguiente enlace. Os recomendamos que leais con atención toda la información que contiene así como los documentos a los que deriva:

http://urbact.eu/%C2%A1ya-est%C3%A1-abierta-la-convocatoria-de-las-urbact-action-planning-networks

Además, también os animamos a consultar la presentación sobre esta convocatoria que hicimos durante el pasado #InfodayES, y que está disponible aquí: 

 

De cara a facilitar la creación de redes y la búsqueda de socios para los partenariados, desde el Punto Nacional URBACT lanzamos un cuestionario y solicitamos a los distintos Puntos Nacionales que hicieran una recopilación de las ideas y propuestas de sus municipios también. Finalmente durante el URBACT Infoday que organizamos en Madrid el pasado 23 de enero, también recopilamos muchas ideas provenientes de municipios franceses, eslovenos, polacos, alemanes o portugueses.

Más abajo os presentamos los resultados que hemos obtenido a través de estas diferentes consultas.

 

Formulario APN

 

Además desde el PNU hemos publicado un sencillo cuestionario para preguntar a las ciudades qué temas les interesarían para la próxima convocatoria de acuerdo con los diez Objetivos Temáticos (OT) cubiertos por el programa URBACT III.

Pedimos a todas las ciudades interesadas que completéis este formulario EN INGLÉS para permitirnos identificar enlaces y coincidencias entre ciudades. Este trabajo preparatorio nos permitirá conocer vuestros intereses y apoyaros en la búsqueda de socios para vuestra red o de redes a las que adheriros.

El formulario está disponible en el siguiente enlace:

http://urbact.eu/%C2%A1se-buscan-ideas-para-la-pr%C3%B3xima-convocatoria-de-las-urbact-apn

Todos los resultados recopilados con este formulario los hemos volcado en el siguiente artículo, el cual vamos a utilizar para centralizar toda la información y lo actualizaremos periódicamente. Os animamos a consultarlo, dado que en esta convocatoria pueden participar más de un municipio o entidad pública de un mismo Estado Miembro en una red.

http://urbact.eu/ideas-and-partners-urbact-apn-spain

 

Partner search tool

 

Otra manera de encontrar socios es utilizar la Partner Search Tool que URBACT a puesto a disposición de las ciudades. En ella se localizan las propuestas provenientes de diferentes ciudades, así como las características de las mismas.

Os animamos a consultarla y a volcar vuestras ideas y propuestas también en ella.

Está disponible en el siguiente enlace:

http://urbact.eu/partner-search-tool

 

 

Ideas y propuestas para las URBACT APN desde Europa

 

 

GERMANY / ALEMANIA

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Frankfurt

More Developed

1) Gender Equal Cities

Timnit Ghirmai

timnit.ghirmai@stadt-frankfurt.de

Regensburg

More Developed

1) Adaption to Climate Change

Richard Mühlmann

Muehlmann.Richard@Regensburg.de

Solingen

More Developed

1) Implementation of the SDGs at local level

Martin Hückeler

M.Hueckeler@solingen.de

Arnsberg

More Developed

1) Dealing with heavy rainfall, Flood protection & climate change adaptation

Sebastian Witte

s.witte@arnsberg.de

Wiesbaden

More Developed

1) Corporate Social responsibility, city as a mediator between local enterprises and voluntary agencies: promotion of the voluntary commitment of enterprises (Corporate Volunteering, Corporate Citizenship) and the strengthening of cross-sectoral cooperation as a contribution to social inclusion and cohesion.

André Kkoch-Engelmann

andre.koch-engelmann@upj.de

Eberswalde

More Developed

1) City branding of medium sized cities close to metropolitan cities (Eberswalde is 50 km south of Berlin)

Heike Mages (National URBACT Point for Germany)

h.mages@deutscher-verband.org

 

FRANCE / FRANCIA

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Agen

 

1) Governance and digital tools. How to use new tools to impulse a new dynamic of governance of the city without excluding citizens

 

 

Rouen

 

1) Implementation at local level Paris Agreement and reducing the carbon foot print. Implement an ambitious strategy to preserve quality of air

 

 

Saint Quentin

 

1) Digital platform to involve citizens in the city decision.

 

 

Miramas

 

1) Developing local agriculture to provide better food to their citizens, also linked with bio-canteen network and circular economy.

 

 

Strasbourg

 

1) Implementation of the SDGs at local level

 

 

La Rochelle

Transition

1) Promote and implement a local Platform of stakeholders in order to improve the energy renovation of buildings (with a focus on private homes)

2) Gender equal cities & women at the maritime economy-jobs

Delphine Gaudart

delphine.gaudart-brunet@agglo-larochelle.fr

Versailles

More developed

1) Revegetation of the City and Use Architecture in order to decrease urban heat island effect

2) Promoting local shops and local supply chains. Offer more local services to the user

5) Decrease waste ( school, nursery, office, ...)

6) Improve air quality

Méliné Baronian

meline.baronian@versailles.fr

Luxembourg

 

 

 

 

 

SLOVENIA / ESLOVENIA

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Koper

 

1) Inclusion of migrants and refugees

Petra Očkerl (National URBACT Point for Slovenia)

petra.ockerl@ipop.si

Kočevje

 

1) Regeneration of the City Centre in a participative way,

Petra Očkerl (National URBACT Point for Slovenia)

petra.ockerl@ipop.si

Kranj (URBACT Good Practice city)

 

1) Public participation in public space management/planning

Petra Očkerl (National URBACT Point for Slovenia)

petra.ockerl@ipop.si

Maribor

 

1) Food market regeneration

2) Jobs and skills in gastronomy and tourism

3) Public green spaces network whit their interconnections (squares, parks, green areas, gateways, boulevards, transformation of roadside space

4) Green city system (The process of establishing a new organizational model of the municipality (»green office«) for the planning and management of the green city system (protected areas of nature, urban forests, public green areas and gardens)

5) Urban Forest Strategy – Drafting of the Urban Forest Strategy, innovative approaches for adaptive planning and sustainable management of the urban forests.

6) Self-sufficiency – analysis of potential for the development of self-sufficiency in the city - urban gardens, roof gardens, the potential of small courtyards

7) Revitalization of brownfields – Approach to the revitalization of brownfields (abandoned industrial zones, degraded residential areas and public spaces, a former garbage dump)

8) Temporary use of buildings and space

9) Renovation of older residential buildings (villas, larger one and two apartment buildings in terms of the possibilities of placing multiple dwellings)

Petra Očkerl (National URBACT Point for Slovenia)

petra.ockerl@ipop.si

 

PORTUGAL

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Barreiro

 

1) Intervene in riverside front and ecological corridors, as impulse for the environmental, landscape and cultural regeneration for territories

Ana Resende (National URBACT Point for Protugal)

aresende@dgterritorio.pt

Amarante

 

1) Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all (SDG 8)

Ana Resende (National URBACT Point for Protugal)

aresende@dgterritorio.pt

Fundao

 

Accelerate the implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) as an instrument for the sustainable development of small and medium sized cities

Ana Resende (National URBACT Point for Protugal)

aresende@dgterritorio.pt

 

POLAND / POLONIA

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Krakow

Less developed

1) Green roofs.

2) Blue&green infrastructure - water in the city, river parks etc.

3) Urban farming

4) Nature based education.

5) Animation of the green spaces as a way of education, integration and engaging inhabitants in the city's affairs.

Katarzyna Przyjemska-Grzesik

kprzyjemska@zzm.krakow.pl

Kalisz-Ostrów Agglomeration

 

1) Senior policy - intergenerational bonds in the education process: combine generations in the implementation of activities and creation of local communities, activation of the local community and intergenerational integration aimed at using the potential and experience of older people.

Aldo Vargas (National URBACT Point for Poland)

aldo.vargas@zmp.poznan.pl

Opole Agglomeration

 

1) Solidarity in the face of threats: Improve of the functioning of the system of counteracting and limiting the effects of extreme phenomena

Aldo Vargas (National URBACT Point for Poland)

aldo.vargas@zmp.poznan.pl

Skawina

 

1) “The Last Safe Kilometre” aims to exchange knowledge and experiences in the field of sustainable and safe mobility for children. The main aim of the project is to develop strategies and action plans that will allow us to create child friendly zones

Aldo Vargas (National URBACT Point for Poland)

aldo.vargas@zmp.poznan.pl

 

BULGARIA

CITY

REGION

IDEAS/PROPOSALS

Contact

e-mail

Plovdiv

Less developed

1) Join network with others cities on Citizen Participation using Web Platforms

Maria Andonova

andonova_plovdiv@yahoo.com

 

ITALY / ITALIA

CITY POPULATIONLEAD PARTNER/PARTNERTOPICTHEMATIC OBJECTIVEPARTNER URBACT II/IIICONTACTS 
Avellino54.561Lead partner/partnerManagement seismic risk in social housingPromoting climate change and risk adaptationNoenzorancer@gmail.com; lucio.trifiletti@gmail.com
Campobasso49.168PartnerSmart grid; contrasting urban shrinking and loss of attractiveness of small and medium cities; tourism and SMEs developmentEnergy transition/ jobs & skills/ cultureyessabrina.tirabassi@comune.campobasso.it claudia.romaniello@comune.campobasso.it 
Casoria80.000PartnerUrban regeneration, reuse of public and private spacesSustainable use of landYessa.napolitano@tiscali.it
Castel Bolognese9.594PartnerSocial inclusion, housing and urban regenerationSustainable use of landNoluca.dellagodenza@libero.it
Cento35.582PartnerSustainable mobility;shared mobility in rural areas; urban regeneration for social inclusion/safety; innovative ways to revive local retail through startupsClimate change adaptation; SME competitiveness Nopolitiche.europee@comune.cento.fe.it
Cesena96.589PartnerCultural heritage of the city particularly focused on the citizenship engagement and on the potential of innovation of Culture and Creative Industries;  Revitalisation of the city centre: we have a series of empty shops and unused squares and public spacesCultural heritage/ urban developmentYesgiovannini.e@comune.cesena.fe.it
ENEA – Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (RAGUSA)- PartnerCircular economy; climate change adaptation; resource efficiency; urban regeneration; social housingCircular economy/ climate change adaptation/ resource efficiency/ urban regeneration/ social housingNoantonella.luciano@enea.it 
Ferrara132.000Lead partnerRegeneration of the urban area around the stationUrban povertyNoc.tassinari@comune.fe.it; a.piganti@comune.fe.it
Genova580.400Lead partnerImpact of sustainable tourism on cities, at environmental, economic and social levelSME competitiveness Yesgsaba@comune.genova.it
Gorizia34.700Lead partnerCities on the border, the effects of  being placed on a border on urban development, growth and cultureSME competitiveness Nom.buemi72@gmail.com
Latina126.151PartnerUrban commons; employmentSustainable use of land/ jobs & skillsNoemanueledirusso@gmail.com; cristina.leggio@comune.latina.it
Lucca88.000PartnerCity branding/ long lasting and sustainable tourismCultural heritageNovmercanti@comune.lucca.it
Maratea5.108Lead partnerSustainable tourism in small centers/ inclusive resilienceCultural heritageNoalessandro.attolico@provinciapotenza.it; rosalia.smaldone@provinciapotenza.it; 
Parma194.417PartnerUrban safety and public spaces; Sustainable use of land & natural based solution; sustainable transport; social inclusion and urban regenerationSecurity/Sustainable use of land & natural based solution/ sustainable transport/ social inclusion and urban regenerationYesp.marani@comune.parma.it
Pescara120.420PartnerThe role of the university campus/area as hub of knoweldge and urban regeneration Knowledge economyYesferagalli.alessandro@comune.pescara.it
Reggio Emilia171.491Lead partnerCollaborative service delivery model through participatory models connected to commons managementEnhancing access to, and use and quality of information and communication technologies (ICT)YesNicoletta.levi@comune.re.it
San Donà di Piave41.094Partnercity branding and territorial marketing; riverfront and natural resources management; placemaking and tactical urbanismClimate change adaptation; SME competitiveness Yesdaniele.terzariol@gmail.com
Sant’Angelo dei lombardi4.203PartnerInclusion of migrants and refugees through sustainable agriculture; shrinking towns; inclusion of young and elderly people with care farmsSustainbale use of land/ circular economy/ social inclusion of migrants and refugees, young and elderly peopleNopolicano@live.com
Unione di Comuni della Bassa Romagna 103.111Lead partner/ partnerImpact of global changes on small and medium towns; Energy transition; climate change adaptation; management seismic risk; community welfareEnergy transition/ climate change adaptationNorossiv@unione.labassaromagna.it; carbonil@unione.labassaromagna.it
Venezia261.905Lead partner/partnerFood policy and reduction of food waste; climate change adaptationCircular economy/ climate adaptationYesisabella.marangoni@comune.venezia.it