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.

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All interested stakeholders were invited to join this webinar on 18 June 2020 for information and reflection on the next programme of JPI Urban Europe. The webinar offered the opportunity to learn more about the results of recent stakeholder consultations and co-creation workshops, and have a say on the draft implementation concept. 

Background
10 years after the inauguration of JPI Urban Europe, we can look back at seven joint calls (three in cooperation with the European Commission) and more to come, over 85 funded projects bringing together 450 project partners throughout Europe and the world, an active AGORA community, among other achievements. After 10 years, it is the time for JPI Urban Europe to step up the game and increase efforts and activities to Drive Urban Transitions towards a Sustainable and Livable Future. We would like to invite you to join us into this next phase of the urban transitions journey.

It is time to step up the game to make these transformations a reality, to benefit from all this knowledge and evidence and bring research and innovation into action. For that reason, JPI Urban Europe is working together with the European Commission on a longer term programme called „Driving Urban Transitions towards a Sustainable and Livable Urban Future“. This programme aligns European and Member State’s efforts to build a critical mass for urban transitions.

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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.