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Call for applications: European volunteering capital competition 2019

The European Volunteering Capital Competition aims to promote volunteering at the local level by giving recognition to municipalities that support and strengthen partnerships with volunteer centres and volunteer-involving organisations and celebrate and promote volunteering and the impact made by volunteers.

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publication date: 14-04-2017

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event

start date: 13-09-2017
end date: 15-09-2017

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  •  economy

publication

publication date: 05-04-2017

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event

start date: 26-04-2017
end date: 26-04-2017

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event

start date: 31-05-2017
end date: 31-05-2017

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Citiscope: Healing Europe’s populist divisions depends on its cities

Daniël Termont writes in Citiscope on the trends of populist divisions within Europe, and reflects on the important role cities can play in overcoming this.

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publication date: 29-03-2017

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publication

publication date: 29-03-2017

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Cities in action: Cooperative Glasgow

Glasgow Council is changing the way it works internally and with external organisations to make a greater difference to city life. By supporting co-operatives and social enterprises and devolving power to local people, it is finding effective and sustainable new ways of rising to economic and social challenges.

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publication date: 28-03-2017

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publication date: 28-03-2017

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EUROCITIES letter to EU leaders on populism and Euroscepticism

Ahead of the summit of heads of state and government in Rome, EUROCITIES has shared the view from cities with European leaders.

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publication date: 23-03-2017

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Local and regional leaders call for a comprehensive sustainable EU food policy

EUROCITIES collaborated to the drafting of the CoR opinion “Towards a sustainable EU food policy” approved today in the Committee of the Regions plenary session. We believe that cities are key in developing sustainable food systems that are inclusive, resilient, safe and diverse, that provide healthy and affordable food to all people, that minimise waste and conserve biodiversity while adapting to and mitigating impacts of climate change.

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publication date: 23-03-2017