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Urban Development Network Workshop

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Urban Development Network Workshop

An Urban Development Network Workshop will take place in Cork City on 27th March 2018. The aim of the event is to exchange ideas and find solutions to common challenges in implementing sustainable urban development strategies in Ireland and to learn more about the Urban Innovative Actions and what cities in other Member States are doing in addressing these challenges.

The workshop is open to the cities and towns in Ireland implementing sustainable urban development and cities/towns with an interest in the Urban Innovative Actions. Organisations active in urban development as well as ERDF/ESF Managing Authorities are also welcome to attend.

The workshop will be organised in the context of the Urban Development Network (art 9 of1301/2013 ERDF regulation) that aims to support capacity building and knowledge exchange between urban authorities. All participants will have the possibility to be actively involved in the discussion and solve technical questions on potential projects with experts.

The workshop will be closed with an Urban Conversation framed within the Committee of the Regions' initiative entitled "Reflecting on Europe". Citizens will have the opportunity to dialogue with European institutional representatives on the current challenges that the EU face.

Click here for full agenda.

Please register here for this free event by the 20th March 2018.  

For further information please click here
 

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