On 12 November JPI Urban Europe’s 5th Policy Conference Stepping up the Game – Driving Urban Transitions takes place online. Register today!
Learn more about our new partnership to be launched at the JPI Urban Europe Policy Conference on 12 November. Watch a webinar, read the proposal…
This first call on Positive Energy Districts and Neighbourhoods (PED) invites projects with focus on on PED/PEN implementation.
Joining forces with SET Plan Action 3.2 on Smart Cities, JPI Urban Europe coordinates the “PED Programme”
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The SoHoLab project was a 3-year research addressing resident involvement, local knowledge and stakeholder collaboration in the context of the regeneration of large-scale social estates. The project identified Urban Living Labs as potentially innovative approaches to launch open and collaborative processes in the policy context of urban regeneration. Considering multiple failures of so-called ‘participatory approaches’, the SoHolab tried to find out which tools and methods could be applied in order...
The full report can be downloaded here: Unfolding Dilemmas of Urban Public Spaces - Recommendations by JPI Urban Europe’s AGORA. Urban public spaces fulfil important societal functions and shape many of the characteristics of cities and urban areas. However, there are several dilemmas (competing goals, interests, strategies, wicked issues, etc.) involved in their development and maintenance. In simpler terms, addressing one issue/challenge in an urban context might have negative...
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.More
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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.