URBACT has selected and published a collection of 97 good practices for sustainable urban development. The good practices come from 25 European countries and cover various themes and topics such as climate adaptation, transport, inclusion of migrants or digital innovation. More information about each practice is available in a dedicated database.
In order to support the transfer of these good practices across Europe, URBACT has launched a call for Transfer Networks. Up to 25 networks will be established, each led by cities that have already been identified as 'Good Practice Cities' with proven and effective good practice to share. The transfer process will be supported by URBACT experts.
Cities interested in transferring these good practices to their local context as 'Transfer Cities' should first check if any of the 97 URBACT good practices correspond to their needs. Then they should contact the relevant 'Good Practice City' to express their interest in joining a Transfer Network. Once the partnership is established, the 'Good Practice City' will submit the application.
The call is open until 10 January 2018 (15:00 CET).
Learn more about the good practices and the open call for Transfer Networks in the interview with Nuala Morgan, Capitalisation and Communication Head of Unit at URBACT:
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