Cities have until 30 June to send their good practice, but what are the benefits of applying? This article outlines three good reasons to get involved. 

From 15 April to 30 June 2024, URBACT is offering cities throughout Europe the chance to highlight their successful urban projects or strategies through the Good Practices call. This initiative encourages cities to submit their most effective practices in sustainable urban development in any theme linked to Cohesion policy, such as carbon neutrality, circular economy, education, health, migration, local development, land use, research and innovation. As long as they meet the criteria of what is considered ‘good’, we want to hear about it! Read on to discover the full range of benefits your city can gain by submitting an application. #1 Get the recognition your city deserves   The URBACT Good Practice label ensures ...

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URBACT is a European Territorial Cooperation programme that enables the cooperation of European cities within thematic networks since 2002. The programme also provides capacity-building activities and tools, and shares knowledge and good practices to city representatives and urban practitioners.

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