The URBACT III Programme is looking for up to 23 new Action Planning networks which aim to help cities find solutions to common urban challenges. It is your chance to engage with peers from all over Europe, exchange with local stakeholders and experiment in your city.Get inspired by the stories of 40 cities involved in previous networks and learn how the URBACT method can help you achieve change at local level.
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Action Planning networks bring together up to 10 partners from different European countries to share experience and learn from each other. The partners will produce an Integrated Action Plan and will have the opportunity to test some small scale solutions in their cities. This work is done by bringing together local stakeholders and working in local and transnational partnerships.
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|Join us for the programme webinars to discover the features of the call. The first webinar will take place on Friday 11 January at 11:00 CET.||URBACT’s Partner Search Tool is here to help match cities. Publish your project idea to increase its visibility or browse the proposals if you wish to join a network.|
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How do cities benefit from an Action Planning network?
URBACT’s latest publication – Cities in Action-Stories of Change – puts forward the experience of 40 cities across Europe which have brought positive impact in their population in terms of urban mobility, jobs and skills, reuse of abandoned spaces, climate adaptation, public procurement, digital transition, inclusion of migrants, poverty and sustainable use of land.Learn more about the plans and actions they developed during their participation in Action Planning networks, how they involved local stakeholders in their work and how joining a network can help any kind of city. In addition, you are welcome to check out the benefits of the URBACT method in this detailed article – URBACT, an opportunity for action and change.
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