Edit 21 July 2017

The Urban Agenda for the EU launches the Public Feedback

Urban agenda EU public feedback
Through the Public Feedback you are invited to provide your views on the draft actions proposed in the Background Paper by the Partnerships of the Urban Agenda. It is already possible to contribute to four topics: housing, air quality, urban poverty and integration of migrants & refugees.

The UIA Initiative is thematically aligned to the 12 topics identified in the framework of the Urban Agenda of the EU. By supporting bold and innovative projects dealing with these specific topics, UIA will provide the Urban Partnerships set up around each topic with knowledge and evidence coming from the ground from a variety of urban stakeholders involved in the implementation process. This is why UIA is keen to support the work of the Urban Partnerships and we are happy to announce that the first draft action plans developed by the Urban Partnerships on Urban Poverty, Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees, Air Quality, Housing are now available online for all interested stakeholders to provide public feedback.

All interested stakeholders (e.g. institutions and authorities, academies and research centres, companies, NGOs, experts and citizens…) are invited to contribute by sharing their knowledge and commenting the actions developed by the Partnerships. This feedback will be used by the Partnerships for the preparation of the final Action Plan. You can contribute anonymously.

The participation to the Public Feedback is open to all. Participants will find all relevant information on Futurium, the website of the Urban Agenda for the EU, including the Background Paper, the Public Feedbacks with their corresponding links and all news and updates related to the Urban Agenda for the EU.

The Public Feedback of the four pilot Partnerships is taking place during the summer of 2017. The Action Plans will be officially presented and discussed in October.

Visit the website of the Urban Agenda for the EU to know more and to have your say!


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