“Schiedam in motion: from smart land use to sustainable communities” is the oneliner that describes the good practice of Schiedam. Schiedam used the roof of a 2,5 km motorway tunnel to relocate sports facilities and use the former sites for redevelopment. URBACT selected this project to award Schiedam with the […]
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Within the framework of Eurotowns specific objectives of strengthening dialogue between cities in different European regions and developing concrete actions and projects, Hasselt and Girona have had the opportunity to stimulate the cooperation of their mutual cultural partners. This collaboration was visualised for the first time on the occasion of […]
Eurotowns is invited by CEMR and will participate in CEMR meeting on Cohesion policy post 2020: local and regional perspectives, on Tuesday 28 March in Brussels.
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 […]
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
Following the decision of the Interreg Europe Monitoring committee, 66 Projects were approved under 2nd Call of Interreg Europe. The Eurotowns community has been very successful and four cities of the Network – Sabadell, Girona, Reggio Emilia and Gävle – will participate in two approved projects.
From 7 until 9 november the city of Detmold organised the closing conference of the project ‘on Tour for Europe’, funded by Europe for Citizens. All partners from the participating cities were present : Abegondo (Spain), Kaunas (Lithuania), Oraiokastro (Greece), Reggio Emilia (Italy), Sandwich (UK), St Omer (France) , Schiedam […]
Eurotowns congretulates Girona for winning the Europe Prize of 2016. This prize is awarded by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) each year since 1955. It honours towns that are most active in promoting the European ideal.