Posts Tagged ‘meeting’

Break out of our comfort zones: Play Szociopoly!

How to inspire in a meeting? How to make participants imagine the life of others and of hard choices? In October 2016 I was preparing my next CHANGE! study visit, which was – partly – about how to generate deep insight into the needs of local communities to create meaningful outcomes and thus redesign public […]

By Ferenc Szigeti, on February 16th, 2017 at 16:16

Six URBACT „Golden Nuggets” For Successful Partner Visits

URBACT Projects include a lot of study visits, where partners from several cities travel to one network city to get a sense of the project’s context, local actors, successes and obstacles. What makes for a good partner’s study visits? Here are a few tips from the last project Kick-off meetings. 1. Increase Innovation Potential With […]

By Ivan Tosics, on March 14th, 2014 at 17:19

URBACT projects: Building on past experiences

URBACT enables European cities to work together in projects to share and capitalise on experience. It enables the development of solutions to urban challenges that other cities can then adapt to their own context. It also has the role of analysing and capitalising on learning. And when we speak of learning, it is both the […]

By URBACT, on November 3rd, 2011 at 16:13

HerO Midterm-Conference took place in Valletta, Malta on 9th-10th November 2009

The Fast Track Network HerO – Heritage as Opportunity held its Midterm-Conference in Valletta, Malta on 9th-10th November 2009. It was the fourth meeting of all HerO project partners during Phase II of the network activities. Building up on the results of the former project seminars in Poitiers, Graz and Liverpool, the conference aimed to foster the exchange among the project partners in […]

By URBACT, on November 19th, 2009 at 19:26

Are young Europeans indifferent ?

We sometimes hear that the young generations are selfish, passive and resigned, more interested in the last TV shows than in the world’s changes. And that they fear for their own future, not for the one of society.

By URBACT, on May 26th, 2009 at 10:41