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RFSC - 27.11.2017RFSC) organised a training session for Irish local governments in Dublin on 22 November. The training session aimed to deepen their knowledge of how to develop, implement and monitor sustainable development strategies.
Intermediary cities - 24.11.2017i-cities (intermediary cities) conference in Terrassa on 20 November.
EU Cities Forum - 20.11.2017workshop on this issue. You can take part in it at the EU Cities Forum in Rotterdam on 28 November.
Urban agenda - 20.11.2017EU Cities Forum in Rotterdam on 27-28 November? Make sure you visit both CEMR’s and Covenant of Mayors’ stands on the SS Rotterdam. We’ll be very happy to meet you in person.
Migration - 17.11.2017Mechelen Declaration on Cities and Migration, which was adopted on 17 November in Mechelen. The mayor of Samos, Michalis Angelopoulos, was representing CEMR during its adoption.
Cohesion policy - 16.11.2017Danish Regions association, as well as the Croatian County Association have both signed the cohesion alliance’s declaration. As local government associations, they are well aware of the importance of cohesion policy for towns and regions’ livelihood. Why don’t you join our campaign? Sign the declaration for a strong cohesion policy beyond 2020.
Employment - 15.11.2017Climate Change Officer or Junior Communication Officer? Apply now.
Migration - 13.11.2017report exploring the types, causes, and patterns of migration. Find out how it impacts cities and how they can address this challenge.
Future of Europe - 26.10.2017the future of Europe to the Bavarian Parliament and discussed it with the MPs. They expressed broad support for more involvement of local and regional governments in decision-making at European level.
Pierre Vander Auwera
Adviser – Communication
Tel. : + 32 2 500 05 41
Skype : pierre_vda
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