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EUKN Urban Review

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The EUKN is moving to a new office as per 1/10/2017!

The EUKN EGTC is the only independent Member State driven network in the field of urban policy, research and practice. Established as a project in 2005, the network has been operating under the legal personality of a European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) since 2012. This adds up to twelve years of providing strategic knowledge support to its members and the urban policy community.

Now, the EUKN is taking the next big step: As of 1 October 2017, the EUKN Secretariat will move to a new location in the centre of The Hague, only a stone's throw away from the current address. This step has been well-prepared, allowing for a smooth transition and continuation of the EUKN's diverse activities in the new premises, the office building Haagsche Zwaan. Taking this step also means leaving the office of the Dutch research institute Platform31, which has been hosting the EUKN for more than four years. Based on long-standing personal and professional ties and a number of joint projects, the EUKN looks forward to continuing this strong cooperation also beyond October 2017.

The Secretariat team could not be more excited about these developments and is preparing the network's engagement in new projects.

The new EUKN EGTC's address and office phone number (direct mobile numbers staying unchanged) will be:

Schenkkade 50
2595 AR The Hague, Netherlands
+31 (0)70 800 20 55

In the past weeks, the EUKN has also been working on a number of membership activities. For the remainder of 2017, no less than four Policy Labs are planned. They will shed light on various urban issues of relevance for our members. More information on each of these events will follow. Moreover, the EUKN will hold an Assembly meeting in late October, discussing the eventful year 2017, planned activities, and the 2018 budget and work plan. The EUKN will present its newest reports (Ten years Leipzig Charter, One year Pact of Amsterdam) at the next meeting of the Urban Development Group where it will be discussed by the Member States, European Commission, and other stakeholders.


In June 2017, the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations commissioned the EUKN to prepare a report investigating the state of implementation of each of the eleven actions mentioned in the Urban Agenda for the EU's key reference document, the Pact of Amsterdam

It finds that despite the promising achievements, especially given the establishment of the twelve thematic Partnerships, more targeted efforts, monitoring, and strategic support are crucial to secure the Urban Agenda for the EU's success. 

The Policy Lab, organised for the EUKN member the Netherlands on 4 July 2017 in Utrecht, served as a platform to discuss the report's results and future implications. 

Find the full report "One Year Pact of Amsterdam" (updated version of September 2017) in the EUKN eLibrary.


During July and August 2017, a Public Feedback allowed all interested actors and persons to comment on the findings and proposed actions of the four Urban Agenda's pilot Partnerships (Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees, Housing, Air Quality and Urban Poverty).

The Partnerships are now integrating the feedback and input, thus fine-tuning and enriching their Action Plans. These Action Plans will be discussed during the upcoming intergovernmental meetings dealing with urban policy under the chairmanship of the Estonian presidency. Subsequently, they will be published on the Urban Agenda's website

This process of consulting the public will be repeated for the eight more recently established Partnerships in the course of their work. All stakeholders are invited to register to the Urban Agenda website and to subscribe to the newsletter to receive notifications signalling that the Public Feedback is open. The website also offers the opportunity to share views on the Urban Agenda and to comment on others' posts.

Urban Series 3/3 - Ten Years Leipzig Charter

A year and a half after the start of the research project, the EUKN proudly presented the findings of its study "Ten Years After the Leipzig Charter" on 13 June 2017 in Hamburg, at the 11th Federal Congress on National Urban Development Policy. The study assesses the state of integrated urban development by investigating urban policies in 35 European countries and five countries outside of Europe. It thus contributes to the reflection upon the future of integrated urban development in Europe. 

The study also featured three case studies of integrated urban development projects in the cities of Vantaa (FI), Brussels (BE) and Brno (CZ). Videos on these projects show in detail what is being done locally. Watch the video on integrated urban development in Brno by clicking on the link on the right.

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Recent Urban Publications
Polis, September 2017
The recent Polis discussion paper explains and discusses the concept behind Mobility as a Service (MaaS). 

Besides, the paper aims to promote awareness among local and regional authorities, to promote integration of new and traditional mobility services with city and regional transport policies, notably the principles of multimodality and active travel, and to encourage cooperation.

Polis is a network of European cities and regions working together to develop innovative technologies and policies for local transport.

Read more.
UN-Habitat, 2017

Resilience, as one of the core principles of sustainable urban development in the post-MDGs framework, is gaining greater prominence in the international development discourse.  Besides other agendas, the New Urban Agenda formulated in Quito sets the global standard for achievement in sustainable urban development for the next two decades.

The publication’s purpose is to inquire the trends that drive the theory, investigate how these were gradually incorporated in development agendas, map the diverse landscape of actors involved, and analyse how this perspective shift can be translated into forward-looking urban policies and practices. 

Read more.

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