URBAN RESOURCES were the chosen theme for this Local Development Forum seminar. This was the fourth meeting organised by the Association of Polish Cities in anticipation of the World Urban Forum to be shortly held in Katowice.
Financing urban development in unstable times was the chosen theme of a yet another Local Development Forum online seminar organised as part of a series to prepare our cities and towns for participation in the World Urban Forum in Katowice this June.
The 11th Edition of the World Urban Forum will be held in Katowice from June 26 until June 30 2022. The World Urban Forum (WUF11) is the premier global event with a focus on urban policy and sustainable urbanisation, introduced by UN-Habitat.
The Association of Polish Cities invites all interested parties to join the second online seminar forming part of the Local Development Forum round of meetings organised to help Polish cities and towns get ready for WUF edition in Katowice.
In view of the war in Ukraine and Polish cities’ commitment to aiding refugees, dates and places of some of the springtime seminars preparing Polish cities for the World Urban Forum have been modified.
The most recent Local Development Forum seminar was organised with a focus on European programmes, initiatives and missions allowing cities and towns to deliver their plans and development undertakings.
What are the current challenges and opportunities faced by urban mobility expansion, definitions of sustainable mobility, and why it is so important – such were the focal themes discussed during a Local Development Forum seminar.
What can we reasonably expect of the local government project funding system? – such was the focal discussion theme of the 23rdLocal Development Forum seminar held to discuss EU funding for the years 2021-2027 and the National Recovery Plan.
The Association of Polish Cities organised its second Local Development Forum Seminar, choosing energy transformation as the focal theme. Today, towns and cities are facing enormous energy-, environmental protection-, and climate-related challenges.