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Munich - urban update Pasing

Munich has adopted an urban renewal process focussing on cooperation and integration to transform the district of Pasing. By bringing together public and private stakeholders and funding, the city has succeeded in unifying old and new areas and transport infrastructures to create a healthy, interconnected district fit for the future.

case study

publication date: 11-10-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Eindhoven - Tailor-made district for cooperative development

Wealthy in industrial heritage, Eindhoven, in cooperation with builders and private enterprise, has established a system of revitalisation of industrial heritage areas to increase city attractiveness. These resources have allowed the city to implement community building and identity building among citizens in the NRE-area, where the former gasworks of Eindhoven were located. The redevelopment of this area is now managed in an organic way, with as little legislation as possible, and in...

case study

publication date: 15-07-2019

  •  cooperation
  •  culture

Turin - Space for ideas to breathe

If you have an idea for a social or cultural event in Turin, there is space for you to make it a reality. That space is Casa del Quartiere di San Salvario, a laboratory involving associations, citizens and artistic and cultural operators. It is one of a network of eight social and cultural centres, the ‘Rete delle Case del Quartiere’ of Turin.

case study

publication date: 15-07-2019

  •  knowledge society

EUROCITIES principles on citizen data: 10 data principles for the common good

Where does our data go? How can citizens take back some control over what will become one of the most valuable resources of our society?

publication

publication date: 05-04-2019

Social Affairs Forum updates for November 2018 - March 2019

This document presents an overview of EU key policy and funding updates relevant to social affairs for the period November 2018 - March 2019.

publication

publication date: 15-03-2019

New EUROCITIES report: Cities delivering social rights

EUROCITIES published a new report mapping cities’ existing policy measures that are in line with the principles of the EU Pillar of Social Rights. Many cities already deliver inclusive social policies to promote social rights for all people even before the EU Social Pillar was adopted. However, we found that cities’ efforts are not always known or recognised at national and EU levels.

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publication date: 08-02-2019

Social Affairs Forum strategy for the period 2019-2020

The social affairs forum will work towards implementing its vision for inclusive and cohesive cities.

publication

publication date: 01-02-2019

Social Rights for All: Roma inclusion at local level - report from EUROCITIES study visit to Timisoara

This is the report from the study visit that EUROCITIES organised to Timisoara on 12-14 June 2018. This activity is part of the EUROCITIES mutual learning programme for cities working on Roma inclusion at local level, which receives funding support from the European programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSi) under the strategic partnership with the European Commission DG EMPL.

publication

publication date: 02-01-2019

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EUROCITIES statement on EU rules on road charging schemes – ‘Eurovignette’

The proposed revision of the Eurovignette Directive 1 can play an important part in delivering a more sustainable transport system across the EU.

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publication date: 21-02-2018

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EUROCITIES statement on the interoperability of electronic road toll systems

Many European cities operate or are planning Urban Vehicle Access Restriction (UVAR) schemes, such as low emission zones and congestion charges, to address local mobility or environmental challenges. Effective enforcement against all users is important to ensure public acceptance of schemes.

publication

publication date: 21-02-2018