Posts Tagged ‘citizens’

Why we need the urban dimension in future EU Cohesion Policy

By Jonas Scholze, German Association for Housing, Urban and Spatial Development, National URBACT Point for Germany and Austria The urban dimension in the European Union’s Structural Funds policy became an intrinsic part of EU Cohesion Policy over the past two decades. Today, approximately 15bn euros are reserved within the EU Structural Funds for integrated and [...]

By Jonas Scholze, on April 19th, 2017 at 10:50

Growing Free-range Civil Servants

Public employees can innovate. This was lesson number one for the Innova.to project, which our contributor Eddy Adams followed and reported on for us. The great thing, one might add, is that once you have innovative public employees or civil servants, cooperation with citizens is likely to improve as a result: citizen-led innovation won’t represent [...]

By URBACT, on June 10th, 2015 at 19:04