Programme and Pilots Overview

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Presentation delivered for URBACT Pilots Kick-Off Meeting (29-31 January 2014, Paris, France): Programme Structure and Objectives; Why the Pilot Networks; Who's Who.

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Programme and Pilots Overview

  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE URBACT KICK-OFF FOR PILOT NETWORKS ! Paris, 29-31 Jan 2014
  2. 2. What’s coming? Networking! Getting to know each other! Understanding URBACT Learning, training and working! Meeting your partners Asking plenty of questions… and getting answers  Animation techniques! Twitter contest #URBACTpilots Icebreaking dinner! Fun and inspiring ! 29 Jan 2014 I Page 2
  3. 3. 29 Jan 2014 I Page 3
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  5. 5. Promoting Integrated & Sustainable Urban Development in European cities – The URBACT programme Paris, 29 Jan 2014
  6. 6. URBACT 29 Jan 2014 I Page 6
  7. 7. URBACT II - Objectives  European Territorial Cooperation programme 2007-2013 (jointly financed by ERDF and Member States – budget 69 M€ )  Main objective To promote Integrated & Sustainable Urban Development  Specific objectives * To facilitate exchange & learning among EU cities * To draw lessons and build knowledge * To disseminate good practices and lessons learnt * To support policy-makers and practitioners  THE networking programme for EU cities on urban issues 29 Jan 2014 I Page 7
  8. 8. The integrated approach to urban dvpt › Horizontal integration = combining physical, economic, social and environmental interventions EU National Regional Envir Econ URBAN AREA Social Physical NGOs Citizens • Vertical integration = cooperation between all levels of government and local players (local administration, civil society, private sector, etc.) 29 Jan 2014 I Page 8
  9. 9. Why Pilot Networks ? From URBACT II… PILOT PILOT PILOT … to URBACT III 29 Jan 2014 I Page 9
  10. 10. Networks in URBACT II  Sharing & learning from peers   Building solutions to address local problems Developing participatory & integrated approach LOCAL CHALLENGE TRANSNATIONAL EXCHANGE LOCAL SUPPORT GROUP LOCAL ACTION PLAN Funders/ City departments Elected Users/ beneficiaries Managing authorities  IMPACT ON LOCAL POLICIES AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE 29 Jan 2014 I Page 10
  11. 11. TRANSFER DELIVERY Pilot Networks towards U III • Supporting cities implementing action plans • 4-6 cities involved in previous URBACT network • Focus on implementation-related issues  enhanced delivery of LAPs  lessons learnt • Fostering re-use of good practice • 3-5 cities coming together to transfer a practice • Focus on transfer conditions & transfer process  practice transferred  lessons learnt, improved practice, recommendations 29 Jan 2014 I Page 11
  12. 12. Pilot Networks Challenges  Challenges are specific to each type of networks  A common challenge To explore how transnational exchange networks can support cities (implementing/ transferring) and how this could be organised in URBACT III  Testing, learning, co-producing…  Assessing 29 Jan 2014 I Page 12
  13. 13. Pilots in URBACT II – The wider landscape EU cities URBACT Community EU cities NETWORKING CAPITALISATION DISSEMINATION ACTIONS 3 Delivery Pilots 6 Transfer Pilots 15 Thematic networks EU cities EU cities EU cities EU cities 29 Jan 2014 I Page 13
  14. 14. URBACT CAPITALISATION  Practical knowledge  for urban practitioners & policy-makers  lessons learnt, policy recommendations, good practices  Building on cities’ experiences  Consolidating learning coming from networks… and beyond  Capitalisation workstreams  Capitalisation 2014-2015 New urban economies More jobs for youth Social innovation Sustainable regeneration of urban areas Sharing/circular economy 29 Jan 2014 I Page 14
  15. 15. URBACT DISSEMINATION  A flagship website www.urbact.eu with project minisites  Social media : blog, Facebook, Twitter  Publications  Annual Conferences, Summer Universities, workshops in Open Days, other EU/ international events  National Dissemination Points in 18 countries 29 Jan 2014 I Page 15
  16. 16. Who’s who ? 29 Jan 2014 I Page 16
  17. 17. The URBACT Team Emmanuel Moulin - Director Projects & Capitalisation Melody Houk Manager Jenny Koutsomarkou Capitalisation Officer Finance Communications Adele Bucella Manager Kristine Sergejeva Manager Celine Ethuin Officer Simina Lazar Officer Ségolène Pruvot Raffaele Barbato Project Officer Social media & NDPs Technical Assistance Thierry Picquart – Manager Marie-José Sertillanges - Assistant Sabrina Temime - Assistant Stasa Bornekar - Assistant 29 Jan 2014 I Page 17
  18. 18. Our 4 Thematic Pole Managers Eddy Adams Sally Kneeshaw Peter Ramsden Ivan Tosics 29 Jan 2014 I Page 18
  19. 19. « YOU » Delivery Networks Transfer Networks Diet for Green Planet Gastro URBACT GeniUS:Open Healthy Ageing Placemaking TUTUR 29 Jan 2014 I Page 19
  20. 20. THANK YOU ! m.houk@urbact.eu www.urbact.eu

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