SEiSMiC: project kick offs in 10 countries

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The SEiSMiC project helps tackle Europe’s biggest urban problems by engaging citizens, identifying social innovation needs, and contributing to future urban policies and research strategies. It builds diverse networks of urban stakeholders to propose effective, widely agreed solutions. It then engages the public in creative ways, so that research learns from citizens, and citizens learn from research.

Recently the 10 participating countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey and United Kingdom) gathered with their local and regional partners for a first national meeting. Visit SEiSMiC’s own European website and the individual national websites. Click here




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