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  • Measuring the steps (even small ones) towards gender equality

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    A road next to a train that crosses the tracks.

    Discover how cities are at the forefront of the gender-climate nexus.

    A road next to a train that crosses the tracks.
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    The United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP28 – is taking place from today (30 November 2023), in Dubai. Exactly 8 years ago, at COP21, the world agreed to limit global warming to 1.5°C compared to pre-industrial levels by 2050. To keep on track, carbon emissions need to be cut by half by 2030. The European Green Deal sets ambitious targets per sector to achieve this.

    When the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) published their Gender Equality Index in October 2023, they put a special focus on exploring the links between gender equality and the European Green Deal.

    According to the report, gender and intersecting inequalities shape the way in which individuals contribute to and are impacted by climate change.


    CO2 emissions and the transportation sector: Where does the gender dimension come in?


    Transport is responsible for nearly 30% of the EU’s total CO2 emissions, of which 72% comes from road transport. It is the only sector where emissions have risen since 1990. Looking globally, cities generate around 70% of carbon emissions, making them key drivers in the race to net zero.

    Many cities have developed their own climate plans – sometimes more ambitious than the national targets. Given the dominance of road transportation in carbon emissions, a key pillar is shifting behaviour from personal car use to public transport. Here’s where the gender dimension becomes important: we know from URBACT’s Gender Equal Cities report that men and women use transport differently.

    - Women use more public transport than men.

    - Men drive more than women.

    - Women have multiple stops per trip to a greater extent than men, who generally travel from A to B.

    At the publication launch of the EIGE Gender Equality Index, URBACT’s Jenny Koutsomarkou shared how cities are at the forefront of the gender/climate nexus. She spoke at the EIGE webinar on ‘Moving towards a green and gender equal transport in the EU’ to share the practical ways cities can ensure their sustainable mobility plans are gender equal. “Cities need to take three aspects into account when it comes to urban mobility– safety, accessibility and affordability,” Jenny explained.


    A woman standing in front of a train at night.


    Imagine a world where men travelled like women...


    For an enlightening example of sustainable, gender equal mobility, we can look at Umeå, who led the URBACT GenderedLandscape network. In this Swedish city, all planning and transport decisions are taken after looking into gender-disaggregated data. Their mobility survey informs the municipality of who travels when, where and by which means. So they know that 60% of the trips in the city are taken by sustainable means (walking, cycling, public transport), and the target is 65%. Yet, looking at the gender breakdown, Umeå saw that 66% of women travel sustainably, compared to 55% of men. So, if men travelled like women, the city targets would already be met.

    This data has led Umeå to target their actions to male-dominated workplaces, to have the most impact. Through observational studies and interviews with businesses and workers, city staff explored infrastructure issues, like location of bus stops and regularity of services, but also wider issues around time-use, share of domestic responsibilities and family care, and how they are split between men and women. As a direct result of these findings, the city amended its bus timetable and created additional bus stops. Additional bike parking was created on business premises, and some companies give extra days holidays for those who travel sustainably. Ultimately, this improved cooperation between the public and private sector to shift norms with employees.

    Umeå is one example, and evidently the interventions would play out differently in cities across Europe. Nevertheless, the emphasis on collecting sex-disaggregated data allows each city to understand the different dynamics at play, so that they can assess and monitor the gender-related impacts of the green transition.


    Read more on gender equality in city planning and related topics:

    Why are we still talking about gender equality? FEMACT-Cities Action Planning Network

    Introducing gender-sensitive public procurement URBACT online training course

    URBACT Gender Equal Cities Report 2022

    WalknRoll URBACT’s resources on shifting the mobility paradigm in Europe






  • Key highlights from the URBACT University 2023

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    Remember the main takeaways and highpoints from the event in Malmö (SE).


    Interested in learning more about the URBACT tools? Check out the Toolbox and read all about the University in Malmö, particularly on the action-planning processes of:



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    The URBACT University made its big return in Malmö, from 28 to 30 August 2023 for more than 400 city representatives involved in the 30 recently approved Action Planning Networks. Since its first edition in 2011, the event was established as a programme capacity-building milestone.

    Designed for local stakeholders from URBACT beneficiary cities, the event aims to provide concrete examples and insights as to how the URBACT Method can be put into practice, so participants can go back home ready to set up their URBACT Local Groups and experiment solutions to co-develop their own local Integrated Action Plans.



    Find out what was in stock for the participants during these three special days!


    1. Trying out the URBACT Method and tools


    URBACT University Malmo 2023 - using tools
    Participants with their hands on the Problem Tree tool.

    Once a day, for more than one hour, participants were introduced to techniques and tools that would not only help them create and maintain their URBACT Local Groups, but also to truly understand their local challenges, develop collective visions and plan actions to achieve their objectives. Split in hubs with different networks, discussions were then held in an enabling and safe space for exchange. Participants then moved to the Network@Work sessions, where within smaller groups, they did practical exercises and put into practice the lessons learnt on analysing problems and envisioning scenarios, getting all stakeholders on board and, finally, planning integrated actions.

    All the materials that were used are available in the URBACT Toolbox and they will definitely come at hand during the action-planning journey. As one participant, Øystein Leonardsen from the City of Copenhagen (DK) said, "the more tools you have in your own toolbox, the better equipped you are to face different challenges". After all, if you only have a hammer at hand, all the problems you will encounter will be handled in the same way, regardless of any complexity or specific cause. "With a hammer, all you can do is to hit nails on the head". 


    2. Meeting with peers from all over Europe


    For many of the people who are involved with the newly approved round of Action Planning Networks, the URBACT University was the first time ever they could meet with all their project partners. Besides many coffee breaks and opportunities to chat, participants had the unique chance to be closer to their networks, notably during the Network@Work sessions. As Clémentine Gravier, Head of Unit - Networks and Capacity-Building at the URBACT Secretariat, said "after two editions of the URBACT e-Universities online, one in 2020 and another one in 2022, it was nice to finally be able to organise this in-person capacity-building event. The truth is nothing can beat real-life exchanges and learning from each other over three days".



    3. Experiencing a low carbon event


    URBACT University Malmo 2023 - recycled badges and lanyards
    Collection of the URBACT lanyards for recycling.

    It is no news that URBACT has a taste for low carbon events, this year’s University was no exception. With an entirely plant-based menu, measures were taken to prevent food waste. As some might have noticed, leftovers were safely re-used in different meals. Also, by supporting and campaigning for soft means of transportation, the programme has effectively encouraged participants to step out of their comfort zone. One participant partially biked from Rotterdam (NL) to Malmö (SE), while many others traveled by train, including a participant from Liège (BE).

    Other than all the nice memories, new knowledge and the beautiful badges made of recycled paper full of wildflower seeds ready to plant, participants did not take anything else back home. Even the lanyards of the badges were left behind to be re-used for future URBACT events. Unlike previous URBACT Universities, no goodies or merchandises were offered. All the carbon footprint of the URBACT University will be measured and will be offset with financial compensations to afforestation projects and other green local initiatives.


    4. Discovering Malmö's corners


    On the very first plenary of the event, participants were warmly welcomed by Sofia Héden, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Internal services at the Malmö Municipality. During this session they also learnt that the main venue of the URBACT University, the Malmö Arena, will host next year’s edition of the Eurovision competition. This is just one among many interesting things that the city has lined up.

    URBACT University Malmo 2023 site visit

    Participants at the train station ready for the "Attractive and active: Malmö's recipe for a vibrant city" site visit.

    As in any URBACT University, the hosting city is a feature of the event itself. The programme takes great pride in showcasing local initiatives, existing projects and future plans. Malmö, in particular, has long been an URBACT beneficiary. The city was involved with the RESILIENT EUROPE (2015 – 2018) and the LET’S GO CIRCULAR (2023 – 2026) Action Planning Networks, both very environmental-led networks.

    During the afternoon of the second day, participants had a glimpse of some of the cities’ hidden gems. Unsurprisingly, among the 12 site visits people could choose from, the majority focused on circular economy. But a few exceptions included the urban regeneration of the old and new parts of the harbour; gender equality and placemaking; and entrepreneurship and migrants’ integration.


    5. Having plenty of surprises


    URBACT University Malmo 2023 - National URBACT Points on stage
    The National URBACT Points' team has also taken up the stage.

    As Eddy Adams, URBACT Methods and Tools’ Expert, mentioned during the event, his favourite part of Universities is the element of surprise. From Action Planning Networks taking over the stage to strike poses and taking pictures, to unexpected settings behind the curtains, the URBACT University in Malmö was not short on surprises. Even some of the National URBACT Points had a special part to play. Disguised as mayors coming from different EU countries, they visited participants’ sessions and invited them to consider the crosscutting themes of green, digital and gender to their reflections.

    The event even counted with a rooftop unexpected dance class, something that alongside the new connections that were created, and the knowledge and skills that were acquired, will not be forgotten any time soon.




    URBACT University Malmo 2023 dancing in the rooftop

    Swing dance class on the rooftop on the last day of the URBACT University.





  • Universidad URBACT 2023, Malmö (Suecia)

    La Universidad URBACT reúne a cientos de entusiastas de la ciudad. Destinada a los agentes locales que participan en las redes recientemente aprobadas, la Universidad URBACT forma parte de la oferta del programa para ayudar a los beneficiarios a navegar por el ciclo de planificación de acciones.

    Al proporcionar herramientas, ejemplos concretos e ideas sobre cómo las ciudades pueden poner en práctica el método URBACT, las partes interesadas hacen balance de lo que aprenden a lo largo de los tres días que dura el evento. Así pueden volver a casa bien equipados y preparados para crear y mantener sus Grupos Locales URBACT. Junto con estos grupos, municipios de toda Europa co-diseñarán y pondrán a prueba soluciones prácticas para sus propios Planes de Acción Integrada locales.

    Las ediciones anteriores incluyeron las Universidades de Verano de Rotterdam (2016), Dublín (2013) y Cracovia (2011). La Universidad de este año será acogida por la ciudad sueca de Malmö y los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de explorar iniciativas locales, proyectos de economía circular y mucho más. Todo ello además de enriquecedoras sesiones metodológicas.



    ¡La Universidad URBACT está de vuelta!
    Organizada en Malmö, Suecia, del 28 al 30 de agosto, este evento de desarrollo de capacidades está dedicado a los representantes de las ciudades que forman parte de las nuevas Action Planning Networks de URBACT.

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  • Uniwersytet Letni 2023

    Uniwersytet URBACT 2023 to wydarzenie szkoleniowe dla obecnych przedstawicieli miast URBACT z całej Europy, które odbędzie się w Malmö (Szwecja) od poniedziałku 28 sierpnia do środy 30 sierpnia 2023 roku. Ma ono na celu przygotowanie i wyposażenie do 500 praktyków miejskich zaangażowanych w Sieci Planowania Działań URBACT w kompetencje przydatne do opracowywania Zintegrowanych Planów Działania w celu stymulowania zmian w miastach. Szkolenie będzie prowadzone w języku angielskim.

    Co zyskasz uczestnicząc w szkoleniu?


    Dołączenie do Uniwersytetu URBACT rozpocznie Waszą przygodę z URBACT i przygotuje Was do kolejnych etapów wyprawy w ramach Sieci Planowania Działań. Rozwiniecie swoje umiejętności zawodowe i poznasz różnorodne narzędzia pomocne w opracowaniu Zintegrowanego Planu Działania. Po raz pierwszy osobiście spotkacie się z partnerami Waszych sieci i nawiążecie kontakty z wieloma europejskimi miastami. Wzmocnicie swoje umiejętności w zakresie partycypacyjnego i zintegrowanego kształtowania polityk miejskich, a wszystko to w twórczej, warsztatowej atmosferze.  

    Przygotujcie się do kreowania rozwiązań i wprowadzania zmian w Waszych miastach!

    Kto powinien się zarejestrować?


    Miasta i eksperci wiodący wszystkich zatwierdzonych Sieci Planowania Działań są zobowiązani do wzięcia udziału w wydarzeniu. Biorąc pod uwagę ograniczoną liczbę miejsc, prosimy o podjęcie decyzji o wyborze swoich przedstawicieli. Pierwszeństwo będą mieli:

        Partnerzy Wiodący obecnych Sieci Planowania Działań mogą zarejestrować 2 osoby na wydarzenie

        Partnerzy Projektu obecnych Sieci Planowania Działań powinni wyznaczyć jednego głównego przedstawiciela, który zarejestruje się na wydarzenie. Jako partner projektu możecie również wyznaczyć drugiego przedstawiciela do udziału, który może zostać przyjęty, jeśli okaże się, że będą wolne miejsca na wydarzenie.

        Eksperci Wiodący obecnych Sieci Planowania Działań URBACT

        Krajowe Punkty URBACT: jeden przedstawiciel na kraj


    Będziecie uczestniczyć w praktycznych szkoleniach, więc wymagana jest aktywna postawa i dobry poziom języka angielskiego!
    Zarejestrujcie się szybko, liczba miejsc jest ograniczona!


    Zaproszenie do rejestracji zostanie wkrótce wysłane do grupy docelowej wydarzenia.

    Uniwersytet URBACT powraca!
    Odbywające się w Malmö w Szwecji w dniach 28-30 sierpnia wydarzenie poświęcone jest budowaniu potencjału przedstawicieli miast z nowych sieci planowania działań URBACT.

    Wydarzenie tylko dla uczestników obecnych Sieci URBACT

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  • URBACT University 2023

    The URBACT University 2023 is a capacity-building event for current URBACT cities’ representatives from all over Europe which will take place in Malmö (Sweden) from Monday 28 August to Wednesday 30 August 2023. It is designed to equip up to 500 city practitioners involved in URBACT Action Planning Networks with competences useful for developing Integrated Action Plans to drive change in your cities. The training will be delivered in English.

    What will you gain by attending? 


    Joining the URBACT University will kick-start your URBACT adventure and prepare you for the next steps of your Action Planning Network journey. You will develop your professional skills and get to know a variety of tools helpful to develop your Integrated Action Plan. You will meet your network partners in person for the first time and develop contacts with many European cities. Ultimately, you will strengthen your skills in participatory and integrated policy-making, all in a playful, creative learning environment.  

    Prepare to make an impact and become a change maker for your city! 

    Who should register? 


    Cities and Lead Experts of all approved Action Planning Networks are required to attend the event. Given limited available seats, please decide locally on your representatives. Priority will be given to: 

    • Lead Partners of current Action Planning Networks can register 2 people to the event 

    • Project Partners of current Action Planning Networks should designate one primary representative to register for the event. As a Project Partner you can also nominate a second representative to register who might be accepted if there are remaining spots left for the event.

    • Lead Experts of the current URBACT Action Planning Networks 

    • National URBACT Points: one representative per country 


    You will experience hands-on trainings, so an active attitude and a good level of English are required!  
    Register fast, spots are limited!  


    The invitation to register has been sent to the target audience of the event.




    The URBACT University is back! Hosted in Malmö, Sweden, on 28-30 August, this capacity-building event is dedicated to city representatives of the new URBACT Action Planning Networks.

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  • URBACT IV Monitoring Committee

    URBACT MC meeting 2022

    Under the Swedish EU Council Presidency, the all time URBACT city of Umea will host the next Monitoring Committee.
    Together representatives from Member and Partner States, IPA countries, the European Commission and observer institutions will go through the programme's lastest findings and important decisions, notably the approval of 30 Action Planning Networks following the open call.
    Such decisions will be made accessible following the meeting.
    In addition, the participants of this closed meeting will be invited to take a ride on URBACT's Good Practice 'Gender equality at the heart of the city'.


    The URBACT IV Monitoring Committee members will meet to take strategic decisions about upcoming activities.

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  • Gustav Magnusson

    Gustav is an urban planner, with further education in intercultural communication, creative processes, and leadership. Gustav has focused on place anchored human planning as a framework for quality of life and on architecturally manifested consensus through inclusive diversity. He has an established ability to lead international teams and complex urban structures, analyzes, feasibility studies and strategies in Sweden and Europe. He has run his own and others' activities and is driven by a non-hierarchical leadership that goes from a "we" to a greater interdisciplinary community involvement together.

    Gustav has been accustomed to public contexts and appearances in various contexts and languages since childhood. He lectures regularly, has published articles and publications, participated in debates, conducted seminars, participated in international planning conferences, regularly presents major plans to the public, participates in major public citizen dialogues, has published planning documentaries and films, is accustomed to guiding and representations and has exhibited architecture at exhibitions.

    Gustav is the third generation in an acclaimed architect (3 p) and journalist (2 p) family. He has grown up with values such as the importance of non-angled comprehensible information and human architecture as a framework for life. He represents the first generation who grew up with sustainability and systems thinking as a natural part from the first day of primary school. His understanding of the city is strengthened by the fact that he has lived and worked in 12 cities in 7 countries, with experience and understanding of the importance of providing "diversity side by side" in spaces. In 2017-2018, he was therefore elected to the Swedish Architects' Committee for Equality and Diversity Issues. Gustav is defined as ENFP in Myers-Briggs test (Inspirer)

    Available for Ad-hoc expertise missions

    Expert can perform the Lead expert role and Ad hoc expertise missions at network and programme level in relation to:

    1. Thematic expertise:
      > Strategic urban planning
      > Urban design
    2. Methods and tools for integrated and participatory approaches:
      >Integrated and participatory design of strategies/ action plans
  • Lär om första callet i URBACT IV

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    Under European week kommer URBACT att lyftas i åtminstone sex olika sessioner.

    Den kanske allra viktigaste att få med sig är informationssessionen om första utlysningen till Action planning network i URBACT IV.


    Boka in 11 oktober klockan 16-17 och missa inte att registrera dig här där du också kan läsa om andra sessioner under European week.

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  • Sverige

    Den här webbsidan syftar till att dela information, nyheter och artiklar om URBACT på svenska. Sidan är för närvarande under utveckling och kommer att vara fullt fungerande först under oktober månad.

    Under tiden vill vi informera dig om att nästa URBACT-utlysning för Action Planning Networks kommer att öppna i början av januari 2023.

    Vi inbjuder dig att leta efter evenemang som äger rum i ditt land här  och ta reda på mer om hur du engagerar dig i URBACT här (länk på engelska). För frågor på ditt språk, kontakta National URBACT Point i ditt land.



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  • The 10 Good Habits for education innovation


    Enriching the education system with local partnerships

    Jonas Åberg
    The Swedish city of Halmstad has adopted the “The 10 Good Habits”, a novel approach to education to enhance participation across institutions, families and private partners concerned in the pilot project.[1] This experience is inspired by the URBACT ON BOARD Transfer Network for the creation of an Education Innovation Network (EIN). Following the Lead Partner Viladecans (Spain), Halmstad has engaged in forming its own version of a Education Innovation Network (EIN) in a pilot area, the School Area North in the Oskarström neighbourhood.

    [1] The 10 Good Habits approach has been developed by a local consultancy, Hjärnberikad, in cooperation with neuroscience researchers. The concept focuses on effective brain health and provides knowledge and tools for a sharpened everyday life. The Good Habits focus on: Food, Physical training, Positive thinking, Handling stress, Learning new things, Repetition, Variety, Decision-making, Friends, Sleep.
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    Solutions offered by the good practice

    Halmstad is a fast-growing town on Sweden’s west coast: a port, but also a university, industrial and recreational city. The local education system rarely cooperated actively with local companies, organisations, or even parents. Rather, it was strongly managed by municipal departments guided by national rules. Typically for Sweden, local families were involved in children’s sports clubs, but much less so in schools. The opportunity offered by ONBOARD network was to adopt the Education Innovation Network (EIN) approach to modernise education curricula through digital technologies at different ages and stages of learning, to provide pupils with the necessary skills to enter the job market.


    The city of Halmstad, which has already been working together with Viladecans since 2014 on a project called IMAILE, in 2018 engaged in transferring the Spanish city’s good practice involving multidisciplinary and multi-sector stakeholders for  the EIN  creation. The EIN is a cooperative structure that brings together public administration, education centers, professionals, families, and enterprises.


    With the EIN, Halmstad hoped to deliver short-term improvements such as calmer classrooms, but also longer-term benefits in terms of preparing future professionals and citizens.   The success of the extensive cooperation among partners led to modifying the educational curricula and creating a new teaching approach by adding technologies and involving the parents.


    Among the activities developed we can find:

    • “Happy Braincells”: the objective of the project was to give fifth graders an educational package consisting in games, readings and group presentation to give them more knowledge about health factors and the 10 Good Habits.
    • “Stroller Walks”: based on the “Movement” good habit, the students were given a topic which they discussed during walks. When they came back, teachers collected their thoughts in the classrooms. The project entailed the participation of parents.
    • “Increased Learning”: collaboration between training schools, teacher training students, Halmstad University, and the school librarian to increased learning and promoting good reading habits; 
    • Young people influence in local society: collaboration between the municipality and the Oskarström neighbourhood community to get students to be more active and politically mobilized.


    The project was also  to implement good practices in everyday’s lessons, e.g. beginning classes by looking back at the previous class (repetition), or mindfully understanding the positive thoughts that reaching a goal brings.

    Sustainable and integrated urban approach

    To enhance the work and results of ON BOARD, Halmstad’s city council created across its departments four clusters, meant to share interests and work on topics of Care and Support, Education and Learning, Growth and Attractiveness, Infrastructure. The aim of the clusters is to enhance an integrated approach in which communication within the municipality is improved.


    Halmstad is committed to continuing the work to enhance education innovation in collaboration with community stakeholders. The city recognizes that in order to continue and expand the work, the municipality will need to organize and delegate, but also continue to transform the municipality’s different departmental boundaries.


    The city has also identified further necessary improvements to build on the progress made so far, concerning communication within the municipality, within departments and schools units and the community.

    Participatory approach

    Learning from Viladecans’ Good Practice, EIN in Halmstad ment involving parents, public administration, local businesses, sports clubs in a brand-new participatory approach.[1]


    The city started by taking an inventory of local stakeholders and identifying a first pilot area to trial the EIN approach, the School Area North – one of the five different areas in the city’s educational map.


    After creating a Coordination Team and an Urban Local Group (ULG) coordinator at the municipal level, the town then formed five Focus Groups based on the 10 Good Habits to improve students’ brain power and overall well-being.


    Each Focus Group involved a mix of relevant stakeholders and started making projects with the School Area North to add different activities in the schools’ curricula based on the 10 Good Habits. The purpose was to further the students’ knowledge on the good habits for mental health so that they would continue practising them in the longer term, eventually in their working lives.


    [1] 13 schools, 389 teachers and principals, 996 students, 100 families, 10 companies, 2 universities, 10 local entities, 1 mayor, 1 councilor, 20 people from the municipal staff.

    What difference has it made

    By transferring and adapting Viladecan’s good practice, Halmstad has successfully achieved many objectives. It has reinforced the city’s social sustainability goals (schools working together with other schools, authorities and civil society), improved cooperation between the two municipal Education Departments (Primary and Secondary Level), increased resources from one of its educational departments (allocated to a new person for the Educational Innovation Network projects in School Area North), nurtured a forum that enables to plan, implement and evaluate joint work, created new collaborations to develop an health-aware perspective in Oskarström (the “Happy Brain cell” project and the “Stroller Walks” to engage with parents from a very early stage).


    After the ONBOARD Transfer Network project, Halmstad detected four main outcomes:

    • The Educational Innovation Network will continue, and new human resources and municipal budget will be allocated;
    • Communication between the schools and the local stakeholders has significantly improved;
    • The environment in the classrooms detected to be much calmer than at the start of the project;
    • Plans for expanding the Good Practice to other parts of the city will be developed.

    Transferring the practice

    The ONBOARD Transfer Network was led by the city of Viladecans and involved, apart from Halmstad, Tallinn (Estonia), Poznań (Poland), Albergaria-a-Velha (Portugal) and Nantes (France).


    After the transnational meetings of ONBOARD in 2019 all the Project Partners signed a Policy Declaration in which they outlined their cities’ stance on education and educational innovation and the role that local governments could play.


    The progress of Halmstad transfer project has been affected by the disruption of Covid-19 in 2020, but it managed to adapt to the pace of current circumstances and engage in “digital mode” activities, improving its digital skills for organising and teaching over the Internet.

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    Is a transfer practice