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Healthy, thriving and inclusive cities workshops series

EUROCITIES Healthy, thriving and inclusive cities workshops series

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publication date: 15-09-2020

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Ljubljana signs pledge to gender equality, work-life balance and equal opportunities

Ljubljana signed a strong pledge to gender equality, work-life balance and equal opportunities. This is the third pledge from Ljubljana reaffirming the city's commitment to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights, after the first two pledges in 2018 and 2019 to improve access to healthcare, housing and inclusion of people with disabilities.

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publication date: 08-09-2020

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The Cross-Border Cooperation Congress Lublin 2020

The Cross-Border Cooperation Congress Lublin 2020 - the annual meeting place of professionals in cross-border cooperation from the EU and the Eastern Partnership countries – will host the Best Practice Competition. This-year Congress edition is entitled ‘Local Government of Tomorrow. Between openness and responsibility’. The event will be held online on a modern platform, with simultaneous translation provided into Polish, English, and Russian, from 6 to 9 October 2020. The aim of the...

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start date: 07-09-2020
end date: 07-09-2020

Join online the EU Forum on the Rights of the Child

The rights of the child are on top of the priorities of the new European Commission. When taking office in 2019, President Ursula von der Leyen decided that the rights of the child required special attention by having a dedicated EU comprehensive Strategy on the rights of the child.

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start date: 29-09-2020
end date: 01-10-2020

Join online the EU Forum on the Rights of the Child

The rights of the child are on top of the priorities of the new European Commission. When taking office in 2019, President Ursula von der Leyen decided that the rights of the child required special attention by having a dedicated EU comprehensive Strategy on the rights of the child.

event

start date: 29-09-2020
end date: 01-10-2020

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Share your views on the future of social Europe

The European Commission has opened a broad public consultation on the future of social Europe. The consultation will gather ideas and recommendations for new policy actions or legal initiatives needed on different levels (EU, national, regional and local) to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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publication date: 16-07-2020

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Social Affairs Forum policy updates for May - July 2020

This document presents an overview of EU policy and funding updates relevant to social affairs as well as news from EUROCITIES and from member cities, for the period May - July 2020.

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publication date: 16-07-2020

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  •  culture

Highlights from our WG Children meeting online - cities united to mitigate COVID-19 impact on children

From the disruption of their schooling to their social skills and mental health and well-being, the pandemic has had a strong impact on children and young people. Home-schooling has deepened the inequalities in education and training. Child poverty is increasing in cities and the poorest are the hardest hit. These are some of the conclusions from the recent WG Children meeting held online on 10 July 2020.

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publication date: 15-07-2020

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Vienna adopts ambitious strategy for children and youth

Vienna's first children and youth strategy was adopted on 28 May 2020. The strategy aims to make Vienna the most child and youth-friendly city. Among other things, it will anchor a children's and youth budget of 1 million EUR for 2021 as well as a children's and youth parliament.

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publication date: 15-07-2020

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publication date: 15-07-2020

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Take part in EUROCITIES survey: How are cities fighting child poverty?

The COVID-19 crisis has strongly affected children, especially children in precarious family situations, who were affected in terms of schooling, physical and mental health and well-being, and even nutrition (lacking the school lunches). Home-schooling has deepened the inequalities in education and training.

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publication date: 24-06-2020