Do join us for the second episode of a new vlogging series by Association of Polish Cities advisors, with a focus on the EMPIRIAE – Experience Exchange Networks project. This time, the conversation will focus on urban finance, a topic debated in a wa
Cities and towns – leaders in governance and local residents’ participation – were the protagonists of a Local Development Forum seminar organised in Tarnów on 24 February. We discussed dialogue, social inclusion, and intercultural integration.
Tychy, Lublin and Wrocław have been identified as the “Local Government Leaders of Governance 2022”. Winners and honourable mention receivers were presented with statuettes, diplomas and prizes during a gala ceremony in Tarnów on 23 February.
As part of the “Changing Przemyśl Together” project, the city will implement the System of Information” (PSI), allowing high digital accessibility of municipal websites and Public Information Bulletins.
Do join us for the premiere episode of a new vlogging series by Association of Polish Cities advisors, with a focus on EMPIRIAE – Experience Exchange Networks, a unique Association of Polish Cities project basing on the popular networking concept.
The Norway Grants-funded project has entered the implementation stage. An aquapark, skatepark, brine graduation towers, and a number of interesting meetings and events targeting i.a. young people, students and seniors are just a few of the projects p
Guests from the North arrived in Rydułtowy as part of the town’s project of bilateral collaboration developed with the Norwegian municipality of Øvre Eiker. Improving natural environment quality was the pivotal theme of the study visit to Silesia.
An “Entrepreneurship as the Key Factor behind Urban Development” debate was held in the Science Generator GEN auditorium on 24 November. The town of Jasło is taking part in the “Local Development” Programme.
Deputy mayor of the Norwegian municipality of Sunnfjord Anne Lilleaasen signed a Partnership Agreement with mayor of Opoczno Dariusz Kosno on 4 October, the two municipalities thus becoming “Local Development” Programme partners.
An Autumn Networking Workshop for 29 victorious cities and towns participating in the “Local Development” Programme, their urban teams, and Association of Polish Cities advisors were held in Warsaw on 26 and 27 September, with a focus on task deliver
A kick-off conference for the project “Jasło – My Town, My Home” was held in the GEN Education Generator lecture hall on 20 September. The project comprises 18 activities, their value totalling PLN 15.3 million.
Final summer break days in Jarosław were amazingly colourful, owing to an extraordinarily vibrant event – the Jarosław Fair, this year’s edition attended by a delegation of the Norwegian Nordre Follo kommunne (municipality).
A conference marking the commencement of the project “Local Development in Hrubieszów – Participation to Delivery” was held on 19.07. The project includes improvements to local quality of life and greater municipal administration structure efficiency
Advisory and expert assistance, and consultation and training courses for purposes of delivering environmental social and economic projects – such are the outcomes of a partnership agreement entered into by and between Łomża and Nordland County.
Over EUR 3.3 million for Kędzierzyn-Koźle! The city will be delivering the project “’Dugnad’ in Kędzierzyn-Koźle. Local Resident Integration and Restoring Neighbourhood Relations as a Foundation for Local Development”.
Nearly 200 participants representing Polish municipalities taking part in the “Local Development” Programme and their Norwegian and Icelandic partners attended a conference organised by the Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy.
Opening meetings have been organised under the aegis of EMPIRIAE – Experience Exchange Networks, a new project of the APC with a focus on sharing know-how related to successful development projects delivered by Polish cities and towns.
In May, the mayor of Jarocin will meet with local residents to discuss the New Development Pathway for the Jarocin Festival during an open discussion panel, with a focus on the Festival’s future and local residents’ engagement.