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Panorama: It is all happening in Europe’s cities

Ivo Banek, EUROCITIES Communications Director, shares some examples on the efforts made by city leaders to respond to COVID-19 and why cities need a new pact with the EU to build back better.

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publication date: 07-07-2020

  •  economy

Rethinking City Branding in times of the Covid19, roadmaps to social and economic recovery

In this global emergency environment, the management of the image and reputation of cities is a key factor for economic and social recovery, guided by a new model of safer, healthier, more environmentally sustainable and more socially just economic development.

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start date: 21-07-2020
end date: 21-07-2020

  •  economy

Rethinking City Branding in times of the Covid19, roadmaps to social and economic recovery

In this global emergency environment, the management of the image and reputation of cities is a key factor for economic and social recovery, guided by a new model of safer, healthier, more environmentally sustainable and more socially just economic development.

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start date: 21-07-2020
end date: 21-07-2020

  •  economy

Webinar 'Diverse Cities facing the COVID-19 crisis: EU Research & Innovation for Inclusive Urban Development'

The Directorate General for Research & Innovation (DG R&I) and the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission, in cooperation with the World Economic Forum Covid Action Platform and its initiative Hour of Pride are organising a webinar on COVID-19.

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start date: 07-07-2020
end date: 07-07-2020

  •  economy

Webinar 'Diverse Cities facing the COVID-19 crisis: EU Research & Innovation for Inclusive Urban Development'

The Directorate General for Research & Innovation (DG R&I) and the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission, in cooperation with the World Economic Forum Covid Action Platform and its initiative Hour of Pride are organising a webinar on COVID-19.

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start date: 07-07-2020
end date: 07-07-2020

  •  economy
  •  environment

Close the glass loop platform targets 90% glass collection by 2030

Glass collection and recycling stakeholders today launched a major material stewardship programme which connects the entire European glass packaging ecosystem to boost bottle-to-bottle recycling.

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publication date: 30-06-2020

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  •  economy

Glasgow signs a strong pledge on minimum income

Glasgow signed a strong pledge on minimum income in June 2020. This is the second pledge from Glasgow, reaffirming the city's commitment to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights, after the first pledge submitted in February 2019 on housing and assistance for the homeless (ESPR principle 19).

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publication date: 24-06-2020

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  •  economy
  •  knowledge society

Mayors letter to Europe: More funding for science

In an open letter to leaders of the EU institutions, political groups and representatives of the member states, six mayors of major European cities call for more funding for science.

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publication date: 17-06-2020

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  •  culture
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  •  mobility

Riders on the storm

In these challenging times, I feel we are “riders on the storm”, like the Doors sang. The deconfinement measures seem to have brought life progressively back to normal and the numbers look better. However, I think “there’s a killer [still] on the road” and the storm is not over. Actually, I believe the pandemic has only exposed the many storms we were riding on already pre-COVID and made them both more visible and worse.

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publication date: 17-06-2020

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An EU recovery powered by cities

Cities have been the hardest hit by the crisis. During the pandemic, cities have dealt with unprecedented urban challenges. It is where the need to tackle poverty, inequality and discrimination is the most urgent. At the same time, local public budgets have been eroded due to declining tax revenues and sharp increase in demand for social services and income support. With many local businesses, shops and cultural venues facing bankruptcy, unemployment is increasing.

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publication date: 12-06-2020