EU Urban agenda events September/October available online

Dear readers,
We’d firstly like to thank everyone who registered and took part in our series of webinars, which explored the interlinkages between the three city dimensions of the New Leipzig Charter, which should remain interrelated in order to ensure the development of integrated approaches. The discussions featured over the three webinars illustrate how future experiences should capitalise on innovations which have been experimented with so far and make use of the support provided at EU and national level. In this regard, multi-level governance and cooperation through a partnership spirit proved to be effective for developing initiatives, projects, and local strategies aiming to design productive, green and just cities.
We were delighted to see high levels of interest and questions from attendees, and that so many of you were able to join (1070 registrations!). We’ll be uploading presentations, event summaries and recordings here, so please stay posted.
We have a lot of content, news and events to share with you this month, all of which you can find below, featuring one new article as part of our series, two new blog posts focusing on Actions developed under the UAEU, a link to register to the European Week of Regions and Cities (make sure to check out sessions from our Partnerships on Public Procurement and Culture/Cultural Heritage!), and much more.
If you’d like to get in touch, please do so at, or connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
All the best,
The Urban Agenda for the EU Communications Team

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