Each forum is able to set up a certain number of working groups focusing on
specific policy issues. Each working group has a specific remit and tasks, for
example preparing a position paper on a particular topic, or managing
activities such as a European project or campaign.
Each working group consists of individuals, nominated by member cities, who are considered as having relevant knowledge and expertise. Each working group is chaired by a member city, which is also responsible for reporting back to the relevant forum on the results achieved.
This working group promotes exchanges on local innovation ecosystems and influences EU policies and funding programmes, such as Horizon 2020.
This working group works to improve integrated urban development, planning and governance through peer review exchanges
This working group focuses on the city in relation to its surroundings and the governance of functional urban areas
This working group (WG) is focused on guiding the cities to embrace the diversity of their population and ensure equal opportunities for their population. The aim of the WG is to use a bottom-up approach to...
This working group supports our members in the implementation of European directives relating to the assessment and management of urban noise
This NEW EUROCITIES working group on “Public Art” is chaired by the City of Torino. It proposes a platform for all Culture Forum members to discuss, exchange experiences and design new scenarios about one...
The WG members aim to ensuring all citizens are provided with access to high-quality services, which are efficient, reliable and affordable, and which contribute to the shared values of solidarity, social...
This working group (WG) is committed to fight discrimination and exploitation, and foster the inclusion of Europe's biggest minority – Roma community. The cities part of the WG are exchanging good practices...
Our cities need more walking and cycling. Promoting active modes is key to improving public health, public transport, the local economy, safety for all, and much more. This Working Group’s priority is...