How to transfer urban good practice? Check URBACT's latest publication
Edited on03 September 2021
This new publication is a doorway into understanding URBACT's Transfer Networks.
Launched during URBACT City Festival 2021, 'Good Practice Transfer - Why not in my City?' shares positive stories from 23 cities that transferred and adapted urban good practices to their local contexts while learning from EU peers in the first round of URBACT III Transfer Networks.
This publication bears witness to the efforts of those cities to ‘understand, adapt and re-use’ good practices.
Whether it concerns the adoption of an online city platform that rewards recycling, as the Hungarian city of Zuglo transferred from Santiago de Compostela (ES); or how the city of Cork (IE) revolutionised its approach to public space, health and planning, by adapting the Playful Paradigm from Udine (IT), the results are evident.
The stories here come from cities of all sizes, and involve cities from more and less developed regions of Europe.
They are organised according to the three dimensions of the New Leipzig Charter — ‘Green’, Just’ and ‘Productive’ cities.
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