procurement

  •  economy
  •  environment
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news

publication date: 05-11-2020

  •  economy
  •  environment

How to … build a resilient, sustainable and circular economy for future generations

Check out the findings from our first workshop in the 'healthy, thriving and inclusive cities' series!

news

publication date: 14-10-2020

  •  economy

event

start date: 08-10-2020
end date: 08-10-2020

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
  •  knowledge society
  •  mobility

Healthy, thriving and inclusive cities workshops series

EUROCITIES Healthy, thriving and inclusive cities workshops series

publication

publication date: 15-09-2020

  •  cooperation

Ljubljana signs pledge to gender equality, work-life balance and equal opportunities

Ljubljana signed a strong pledge to gender equality, work-life balance and equal opportunities. This is the third pledge from Ljubljana reaffirming the city's commitment to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights, after the first two pledges in 2018 and 2019 to improve access to healthcare, housing and inclusion of people with disabilities.

news

publication date: 08-09-2020

  •  cooperation
  •  economy

Innovation power through transnational cooperation

It is urgent to push green innovation! CO2 emissions are not dropping quick enough. Therefore, cities and regions have a great responsibility to enable conditions for companies and innovators to come up with green innovations in order to find sustainable solutions for our common challenges - and a greener future.

event

start date: 08-09-2020
end date: 08-09-2020

  •  culture
  •  environment

Sustainable cultural events in European cities

In the framework of the ROCK project in which EUROCITIES is a partner, EUROCITIES has been invited to present the ROCK guide “Leave a trace, not a footprint” during the TER (Territoires d’Evènements Responsables) 2020 organised by Réseau Eco-Evenement, a French organisation based in Nantes.

event

start date: 01-07-2020
end date: 03-07-2020

  •  cooperation
  •  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).

news

publication date: 24-06-2020

  •  cooperation

Take part in EUROCITIES survey: How are cities fighting child poverty?

The COVID-19 crisis has strongly affected children, especially children in precarious family situations, who were affected in terms of schooling, physical and mental health and well-being, and even nutrition (lacking the school lunches). Home-schooling has deepened the inequalities in education and training.

news

publication date: 24-06-2020