Citizen participation is key to urban life. Both formal and informal participation processes with citizens, clubs, associations and businesses are essential in ensuring efficient, sustainable and integrated territorial development.
The aim of ActiveCitizens is to rethink the place of the citizen in the local governance by finding a balance between representative democracy and...
The joint policy challenge of the Come in! Transfer network partner cities is to mobilise citizens, foster civilian power and urban stewardship...
This Transfer network builds upon the "Management model of Urban gardens in Rome" Good Practice, in order to transfer to EU cities...
This Transfer network aims to replicate the Lisbon Local Development Strategy for areas of Priority Intervention which provides the city a range of...
Gender Equal Cities, New Action Planning Networks, Contribution for a refreshed Leipzig Charter: a year at full speed!
Culture and Heritage are key topics for URBACT cities: from renovations of historic buildings to new management methods.
Schools can act as city hubs to combat rumours and intolerance.
Meet Kieran McCarthy , EU Committee of the Regions member and Cork City Councillor.
From methodology to strategic planning and including a gender perspective, Jon Aguire Such shares the secrets of placemaking, URBACT style.