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Webinar: Diverse Cities facing the COVID-19 crisis

Webinar: Diverse Cities facing the COVID-19 crisis

The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide. Cities have been the hardest hit by the crisis. Indeed, the COVID-19 pandemic has further confirmed that most of our societal challenges are intrinsically urban. Compact cities have been struggling to ensure physical distancing while trying to reorganise health-care and school facilities, rearrange urban mobility systems and support vulnerable social groups. However, cities are also key players...

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Webinar | State of Play of the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership

Webinar | State of Play of the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership

In this webinar on the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership, the outcomes of the Virtual AGORA Dialogue as well as the public consultation on the programme, were presented. >> Read the Final Draft Proposal of the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership >> Download the Webinar Slides >> Watch the Webinar Recording   All interested stakeholders were invited to join this webinar on 18 June 2020 for information and reflection on the next...

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Looking to step up urban transitions? Explore ideas...

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Online Matchmaking Event: Positive Energy Districts and Neighbourhoods

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Cooperative City in Quarantine: Join the webinars!

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Invitation: The June Urban Lunch Talks to target...

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JPI Urban Europe welcomes the scientific and research community. We offer support in experience exchange to build projects upon each other, to ensure uptake of latest insights and achievement in future projects; to bring together experts from various disciplines and sectors. This transdisciplinary approach will create opportunities for innovative projects and solutions.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.