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publication date : 12-02-2020

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publication date : 12-02-2020

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POSTPONED - EUROCITIES Mobility Forum in Madrid

Due to the current situation with the COVID19, the Mobility Forum meeting planned for 15-17 June 2020 in Madrid has been postponed. The new dates are 19-21 October in Madrid.

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publication date : 31-01-2020

  •  knowledge society

Webinar - The Co-VAL Dashboard: The Opportunities Behind Sharing Best Practice in Co-Creation (11 February 2020)

EUROCITIES and the Co-VAL Consortium will be organising a High-Level Webinar on The Co-VAL Dashboard: The Opportunities Behind Sharing Best Practice in Co-Creation on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 from 11.00 to 12.00 CET.

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publication date : 17-01-2020

  •  cooperation
  •  economy
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EU-China cooperation for inclusive and sustainable development

The creation of socially integrative and inclusive cities should become a cornerstone of EU-China cooperation on sustainability. sustainable urban development and the elaboration of comprehensive strategies for socially integrative and inclusive cities should be placed as a permanent topic on the agenda of EU-China policy dialogues.

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publication date : 15-01-2020

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Join a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

What do Madrid, Szeged, Vinnytsia, Utrecht and Bratislava have in common? These cities are all offering you the opportunity to discover their latest mobility developments and the projects they are implementing for a sustainable urban mobility future in the framework of a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

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publication date : 09-12-2019

  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
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  •  mobility

Cities demand action from EU Commission

Network EUROCITIES launches ‘100 days’ campaign.

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publication date : 29-11-2019

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publication date : 18-11-2019

  •  mobility

Highlights from the Mobility Forum in Uppsala on 21-23 October

“People are not interested in which border they are crossing, they just want to get where they need to.” We could not have found a better way to encapsulate the importance of mobility planning for the wider urban area than these words from Maria Nimvik Stern, Secretary-General of The Council for the Stockholm Mälar Region.

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publication date : 06-11-2019