Call for Urban Initiatives Actions
Identify and test innovative solutions for sustainable urban development
The call for the Initiative UIA (Urban Initiative Actions) is aimed at providing urban areas across Europe with resources to test new and unproven solutions to address urban challenges. The budget for this call is approximately 80 to 100 million euros FEDER.
-> Are you an urban authority with more than 50 000 inhabitants or a grouping of urban authorities with a total population of at least 50 000 inhabitants, located in one of the 28 EU Member States?
-> Do you have a bold idea that has never been implemented before to address a challenge you face, but do you need support to implement it?
-> Do you think that your idea can generate a real positive change for your citizens?
TOPICS TO TALK ABOUT:
-> Digital transition: The digital single market strategy aims to open digital opportunities for people
and companies and improve Europe's position as a world leader in the digital economy.
-> Urban Poverty: A key objective of the Europe 2020 strategy is to reduce the number of people at risk.
-> Sustainable use of land and solutions based on nature: Land is a finite and essential natural resource. It is subject to competitive pressures.
-> Urban security: The European Union aims to ensure that people live in an area of freedom, security and justice, without internal borders.
The UIA finances projects that are:
-> Innovative: be bold, creative and propose a project that has never been implemented anywhere else in Europe. Show that your idea is experimental and that it is not part of your normal activities.
-> Participatory: involve key stakeholders that will bring experience and knowledge to your project, both during the design and in the implementation phase of a project.
-> Of good quality: define realistic ambitions, coherent activities and effective management. A logically interconnected work plan, a coherent and proportionate budget, as well as effective management arrangements will make things happen.
-> Measurable: how would you describe the change you want to see in your local situation if the project is successful? How would you measure this change? Defining clear results that can be measured and quantified is key.
-> Transferable: address an urban challenge that may be relevant to other urban authorities in Europe, draw lessons about your experiment and share them with a wider audience of policy makers and professionals.
DEADLINE: until January 31, 2019 at 2pm CET.
- Bases de la convocatoria UIA (pdf 681Kb)
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