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IMPLEMENTING THE NEW URBAN planning AGENDA, GUEST-LECTURE/Workshop - Tuesday 17.01.2017, 12.30 – TU DELFT, NL

IMPLEMENTING THE NEW URBAN planning AGENDA, GUEST-LECTURE/Workshop – Tuesday 17.01.2017, 12.30 – TU DELFT, NL

The New Urban Agenda 2016-2036 was approved by the United Nations on 20 October 2016 in Quito, Ecuador, endorsed by 167 countries, including all EU countries. The ancient city of Quito ‘in the middle of the earth’, now the highest capital city in the world, is demonstrating the local leadership needed to make a more...
H2020 COHESIFY - Can you buy EU love with money? EU Cohesion policy spending in regions, regional characteristics and the perceptions of the European integration project

H2020 COHESIFY – Can you buy EU love with money? EU Cohesion policy spending in regions, regional characteristics and the perceptions of the European integration project

  The more EU money, the more people like Europe or can you buy EU love with money? EU Cohesion policy spending in regions and the perceptions of the European integration project   The EU spends roughly  100€ per citizen per year on regional funds, as part of EU Cohesion policy supporting territorial, economic and...
Call for inclusion as partners in Horizon2020 Bid on Spatial justice, social cohesion and territorial inequalities

Call for inclusion as partners in Horizon2020 Bid on Spatial justice, social cohesion and territorial inequalities

Call for inclusion as partners in Horizon2020 Bid on Spatial justice, social cohesion and territorial inequalities Horizon 2020: Societal Challenges Call : H2020-SC6-REV-INEQUAL-2016-2017 TOPIC : Spatial justice, social cohesion and territorial inequalities The Section of Spatial Planning and Strategy of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is looking for opportunities to be included as...

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