Posts Tagged ‘Local Action Plan’

Funding Local Action Plan delivery

ESIMeC  is one of the 3 so called URBACT ‘delivery pilots’ funded to test whether transnational exchange and learning continues to be useful during implementation of Local Action Plans. The pilots started early in 2014 and run until March 2015 so now seems like a good time to take stock and share some of our […]

By Alison Partridge, on December 19th, 2014 at 19:53

Measuring the URBACT Interference Effect

What does what we discussed  in last tuesday’s post: Indicators – Curse or Blessing? tell us about urban policies?  First, that framing the objective is the key to good implementation.  When we frame the objective in terms of being healthy we open up more options than when we focus on measuring losing weight. Second, that […]

By Peter Ramsden, on June 6th, 2014 at 17:32

Engaging Roma, Getting it Right

Being part of the large local authority, very often we are told that one of our weaknesses is communicating with the community. We do a lot of hard work, with dedicated officers going above and beyond to deliver for the most vulnerable in our community. However when we are met with blank looks of “I […]

By URBACT, on March 5th, 2014 at 14:47