Poverty is characterised by an accumulation of interconnected forms of inequality and exclusion in areas such as education, employment, housing, health or participation, which stucks people in a vicious circle and hampers on their means to improve their situation. In cities, poverty is often spatially concentrated in specific neighborhoods and districts. Vertical, but also horizontal cooperation and coordination, - with businesses, civil society and active citizens, is indispensable to tackle poverty and its trickle-down effects.
This Transfer network aims to replicate the Lisbon Local Development Strategy for areas of Priority Intervention which provides the city a range of...
To end homelessness through innovative housing solutions at city level is the main driver from the Action Planning network. It is not about managing...
A 2020 URBACT ‘City Lab’ explored future urban development from three territorial perspectives.
How cities can sustain and transfer good practice in improving access to (healthy) food.
It's not just a health crisis we are living.
A reinforced approach for tackling urban poverty.
What is homelessness, why is it growing and how innovative housing solutions are bringing it to an end.