EU network

Eurotowns Member Name of network  Role  

Girona
(Spain)

Mayors for Peace  
Covenant of Mayors  
Catalan Council of the European Movement (European Movement International)  
CIVITAS City Network and CIVINET  
Eurodistrict of the Catalan Transfrontalier Space  
Europa Cinemas  
European Cities Marketing  
European Routes of Jewish Heritage  
International Association of Educating Cities  
Council of European Municipalities and Regions (through the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces, through the Federation of Catalan Municipalities)  

Eskilstuna
(Sweden)

ENSA – European Network of Social Authorities  

Gävle
(Sweden)

Union of Baltic Cities Involved in youth commission
European Cities against Drugs  
Aalborg Convention  

Manresa
(Spain)

European Textile Collectives Association Vice president

Sabadell
(Spain)

European Textile Collectives Association  

Sindelfingen
(Germany)

German section of the CEMR (Council of European Municipalities and Regions) Mr. Vöhringer (Mayor) is member of the main committee
International network “Cities for Mobility “http://www.cities-for-mobility.net Member
International network “Cities for Children”http://www.citiesforchildren.eu/ Associated Member
   

Jyväskylä
(Finland)

European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) Mayor Markku Andersson, representative of the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities in CEMR
United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) Mayor Markku Andersson, UCLG World Council Member 2010-2013, UCLG Executive Bureau Member 2010-2013
ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability City of Jyväskylä, member
Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC) Mayor Markku Andersson, member of the Executive Board

Kortrijk
(Belgium)

Eurocities ( ict) Associated partner with the city Gent
EGTS Eurométropole Lille – Kortrijk – Doornik Kortrijk is the most important Flemish partner.-

Mölndal
(Sweden)

Sweden Emilia Romagna Network  

Ulm
(Germany)

Councils of European Municipalities observer
Danube Cities observer
Group of European coordinators in Baden-Wuerttemberg municipalities partner
ESF coordination committee Ulm and Baden-Wuerttemberg observer

Hasselt
(Belgium)

Covenant of Mayors  
MAHHL (Maastricht – Aachen-Hasselt-Heerlen-Liège) network coordinator
EMR (Euregio Maas Rijn) Representative mayor

Varberg
(Sweden)

E.N.T.E.R network – European Network for Transfer of European project Results Member, project partner
ENSA Member

Reggio Emilia
(Italy)

ALDA (Association of Local Democracy Agencies) Member since 2001
Intercultural Cities Network Member since 2008
Civinet Italia Member
Civitas Mr Paolo Gandolfi, Deputy Mayor on behalf of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia is member of political adviser economy (PAC)
Olimpiadi del Tricolore ”Tricolore Games” The “Tricolore Games” project is unlike any other in the world. Taking from the Olympic formula, these Games are the entire reserve of thousands of young athletes aged 12 to 17 years coming from across the globe. The strategic objective is to make the region and province of Reggio Emilia. Last edition 2009 18 counties form EU, 1 form Asia, 3 form Africa and 1 from Unities State for approximately 4.500 participants(it is depend to the edition)

Helmond
(Netherlands)

Eurocities  
ENTP Pilot Cities Network http://www.pilotcities.eu/ Network of New Towns

Covilhâ
(Portugal)

AEM – European Association of Elected Representatives from Mountains Regions Carlos Pinto, Mayor of Covilhã, is the President

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