All European cities face the same kinds of problems: poverty, social exclusion, environmental concerns… The list is long.
To help you meet your city’s challenges, URBACT is launching a new call to establish a pool of good practices in sustainable integrated urban development. This Good Practice Call will enable your city to showcase solutions that can be understood, adapted and reused by cities all over Europe and beyond.
After a succesful experience in other cities of Eurotowns such as Sabadell, and Schiedam, the city of Hasselt also decided to invite students of the master of smart cities from the university of Girona to Hasselt. This collaboration contributes to the objective of Hasselt to present itself as a smart city. The goal of this project is to work out innovative and technological solutions which the city services can use in the future to lead the city in an even smarter way.
The report on the European Week of Regions and Cities 2016 is available now!
The European Commission published the proceedings of the Open Days 2014 on the following website:
European Week of Regions and Cities 2016 – Proceedings