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Heatwave - 26.06.2017article (in French) gives some examples of good practices to follow when cities get hot.
PLATFORMA - 22.06.2017newsletter.
Small cities - 19.06.2017article by Simon Kuper in the Financial Times explains how smaller cities could very well become "the star of the next 25 years".
Cohesion Policy - 13.06.2017
This event came just before the adoption of our position paper on the future of cohesion policy. For the future of Europe and its territories after the next EU budget review in 2020, CEMR advocates a simplified and integrated territorial approach to cohesion policy.
PLATFORMA - 13.06.2017Consensus on Development replacing a previous development framework in place since 2005 entered into force at the European Development Days (EDD) opening ceremony on 7 June in Brussels. This Consensus recognises the role of local and regional governments in achieving the SDGs and commits to support decentralization reforms and decentralised cooperation.
Read PLATFORMA's position paper on the new European Consensus on Development.
Recruitment - 31.05.2017
Please apply before 4 June. See the application pack for more details.
Manchester Attack - 23.05.2017
We stand united with the people, towns and regions of Britain, as well as our British association LGA, after this horrific attack. Our deepest condolences go out to the victims’ friends and families.
Gender equality - 19.05.2017
For her hard work in favour of the European Charter for Equality of Women and Men in Local Life, one of CEMR’s proudest achievements, Edite Estrela was awarded the CEMR medal on 18 May. Congratulations!
Local finances - 16.05.2017stakeholder survey on the matter to help it prepare its position on the post-2020 EU budget.
Pierre Vander Auwera
Adviser – Communication
Tel. : + 32 2 500 05 41
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