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mercredi 14 décembre 2011

Do you know URBACT National Dissemination Points?

URBACT is a European programme gathering 300 cities and more than 5000 organisations and people working on projects addressing key sustainable urban development issues. URBACT is looking for its National Dissemination Points (NDPs) ! Find out more about what are NDPs, their role within URBACT and for partner cities !


The main role of the National Dissemination Points (NDP) is to present information about the URBACT program and projects in national languages and thereby to make available to non- English speaking audience, information about integrated urban development. It thereby reaches a larger scale of urban practitioners around Europe.


The National Dissemination Points have not been created by URBACT, they are existing websites dedicated to urban affairs in their countries. They make space available on their website for URBACT news and content.
NDPs provide a chance to further disseminate experiences of European cities of urban sustainable development by presenting the work developed by the cities in their countries inside URBACT. It therefore offers a great opportunity for cities participating in URBACT projects to make known to the residents of their cities and countries the results of their projects.
The monthly newsbulletin presents detailed information on results of URBACT projects for instance, as well as information important for cities in each country, such as the dates and places of the Information Days during which cities will have a change to get more information on the next possibilities to join the project. You can access last newsbulletin in Spanish here for instance.
NDPs have also sent regular updates and information on urban development in their cities, to be found on the URBACT blog or on the URBACT website. You can find for instance the description of a project involving young people in Utrecht in the Netherlands, on promoting digital culture for older people in Cornellà de Llobregat in Spain or on Parliament Palace in Bucharest, Romania.
The call for tenders is open in 23 countries : Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, United kingdom, Slovenia, Skivakia, Sweden and Switzerland.
Find all the information related to this call here.
Applications can be received until the 16th of December at noon !



by Blandine Pidoux on 14 décembre 2011 / 234 visites




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