Consultancy

URBACT

Eutropian provides expertise to ongoing networks since 2014.

  • INTERACTIVE CITIES is a network active of 10 cities lead by the City of Genova that aims at developing a strategy of digital communication to improve urban governance on the field of economic local development, tourism attraction and participatory planning processes.
  • TUTUR was a network lead by the City of Rome and developing a participatory and temporary use strategy for the reactivation of abandoned public properties.

URBAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK 

Eutropian experts have provided support to meetings in Ghent (BL) and Plovdiv (BG) organised by the Urban Development Network of the DG Regio which brings together cities from across Europe that are interested by the Art.7 and Art.8 of the ERDF Regulations.

URBAN INNOVATIVE ACTIONS

Experts from the Eutropian team have provided support to the UIA Secretariat during the evaluation process of the first call focusing on Urban Poverty, Migrants and Refugees, Jobs and Skills and Energy Efficiency.

JASPERS

The JASPERS program of the European Investment Bank (EIB) has recently been supported by Eutropian for a series of events co-organised with the Committee of the Regions as part of the “Citizens’ Dialogue” in Vienna (AT), Gdansk (PL), Athens (EL) and Sofia (BG).

URBAN AGENDA PARTNERSHIPS 

In occasion of the signature of the Amsterdam Pact in May 2016, Eutropian co-organised with URBACT, the Committee of the Regions and the Packhuis de Zwjger an event bringing together members of the then ongoing UA Partnerships with active citizens’ organisations from different European cities. Report available here.

EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE

Eutropian presented its work during two workshops organised by the EESC to provide insights for the position paper on the Urban Agenda. Further details are available here.

CONSULTANCY TO CROATIAN MUNICIPALITIES

Eutropian currently consults Croatian municipalities on the use of ERDF funding to support the creation of job employment in the creative sector within the Approaches to Participatory Governance of Cultural Institutions project