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July 2022

Opportunities for Technological Collaboration: Sustainable Cities – Uruguay

5 July - 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

This joint webinar organised in collaboration with the Eurocámara Uruguay aims to provide learning on the national challenges arising from ecological and digital transitions and opportunities for technological collaboration between Europe, Latin American, and Caribbean countries. The webinar will focus on Uruguay on the topic of sustainable cities with particular emphasis on Electric Mobility. Experts from will provide valuable insights about the mobility sector in the country. Register to participate here

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September 2022

5th Annual Place Making Week

27 September - 30 September
Pontevedra, Spain

Placemaking Week Europe is Europe's founding and largest placemaking festival. In the spirit of collaboration and inspiration, over 400 practitioners meet every year to share knowledge, learn and network. The host of the fifth edition is the city of Pontevedra in Spain. A place that for the last twenty years has been an example of how to organise a city around people. Drawing on their positive example, we will look to the future together. The CUE Transition Pathway has planned…

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October 2022

7th UCLG World Congress – Daejeon, South Korea

10 October - 14 October

UCLG organises its world congress every three years; the 2022 edition will take place in Daejeon, Korea, from 10-14 October. At this milestone event with 3000 representatives from local governments worldwide, UCLG will present its 'Pact for the Future' - a renewed strategy for the organization and its members. Working on ecological transition and resilience is one of the pillars of this Pact, under the heading of 'Planet'. More information about the programme will be available in the coming months.…

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The 2022 Urban Research Conference

27 October - 28 October

2022 was the year that cities would recover from the woes of the pandemic and tackle rising social and economic inequality. Then Putin invaded Ukraine. Now cities are faced with heightened geopolitical tensions, alongside increased violence, demonstrations and divisions following, among other things, the COVID-19 pandemic, the extreme weather events associated with climate change, the rise of alt-right and left movements, fallen democracies, reinvigorated authoritarianism and unequal treatment of migrants. This year’s conference is concerned with, on the one hand,…

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