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URBACT: an Opportunity for Cities in Mountain Areas?

URBACT’s last call for Action Planning networks is now open. The URBACT III Programme is looking for up to 23 new Action Planning networks. Action Planning networks aim to help cities in Europe find solutions to common urban challenges. These networks bring together up to 10 partners from different European countries to share experience and learn from each other. The partners will produce an Integrated Action Plan and will have the opportunity to test some small-scale solutions in their cities. This work is done by bringing together local stakeholders and working in local and transnational partnerships.

To read more about this call and why we believe this call is an opportunity in mountain areas, click here (only for Euromontana members)

 

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17 January 2019

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