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25 Transfer Networks approved!

25 Transfer Networks gathering 75 European cities were approved by the Monitoring Committee of the programme on 4 April 2018.

WIT

This Transfer network focus on Higher education and knowledge economy, both have become a global competition for talent. Whereas the main European cities attract both students and skilled-workers by their scale and fame, medium-sized cities, like Groningen, will need a policy to attract talent, and...
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EUniverCities Local Action Plans (LAPs)

All partners in the EUniverCities network have produced a LAP (Local Action Plan). At the EUniverCities Final Conference in Delft (March 2015), each...

RE-Block

REviving high-rise Blocks for cohesive and green neighborhoods. The main objective addressed by RE-Block is to foster efficient regeneration of these neighborhoods, making them more attractive and improving their environmental quality, whilst creating an integrated tailor-made approach to combat...
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EUniverCities

Improve the university-city nexus. By applying to the URBACT programme, they want to learn from each other's experiences and practices, and move forward as successful and inclusive knowledge cities to realise Europe's 2020 strategy...
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REDIS

REDIS was a network of cities that was focused on how municipalities can re-shape districts into science quarters.
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