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ESPON - 03.06.2020
For more information, check out ESPON’s website. You have until 7 June 2020 to apply.
Competition - 28.05.2020
To find out more and submit your candidacy, check out the green city awards' announcement press release and website. You have until 28 October 2020 to apply. Good luck!
Waste - 15.05.2020online panel discussion series on solid waste management during the COVID-19's crisis.
The first panel discussion is on 20 May 2020, 14:00 via Zoom Platform.
LH Forum - 12.05.2020
The Prize rewards rewards local and regional elected officials and civil servants who have distinguished themselves, through their policies and personal commitment, in environmental, social, economic and governance issues. More information on this event will appear on the Institute for a Positive Economy's website.
Date: 24 september 2020
Lieu: Le Havre (France)
COVID-19 - 22.04.2020Cities for Global Health, a collaborative online platform that offers access to knowledge, strategies and actionable plans implemented by local and regional governments around the globe. A virtual space to showcase what cities are doing and be inspired by others regarding specific initiatives or plans to the COVID-19 outbreak other health emergencies.
Decentralised cooperation - 06.04.2020
That’s why PLATFORMA wants to ask you about how international cooperation and decentralised cooperation between cities and regions can contribute to the fight against the coronavirus.
Please read the survey questionnaire and send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 - 18.03.2020
You can discover the recommendations in each country on the ACR+ website.
Call for tender - 27.02.2020call for tender.
Fair minimum wages - 25.02.2020joint reaction on possible EU action on fair minimum wages.
CEMR and EPSU support upward wage convergence and shared economic prosperity across the EU, gender pay equality and sustainable funding of social protection systems.
However, we think that any EU action must ensure that wages, as a general rule, are autonomously agreed by or with national social partners. No member state should be required to introduce a statutory minimum wage system and any other conditions should only be introduced when they are proposed by the social partners at national level, including associations of local and regional governments.
Pierre Vander Auwera
Tel : + 32 2 500 05 41
Skype : pierre_vda
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