| Next December 1 and 2 the Region will participate in the conference 'Comprehensive urban planning: the door to Europe' | The Community promotes the participation of municipalities in action and participatory plans, as a gateway to Europe and the new financing period 2021-2027.
For this, the General Directorate of the European Union together with the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) the Urbact National Point in Spain have organized the conference 'Comprehensive urban planning: the door to Europe', which will be held the next days 1 and December 2nd. The general director of the European Union, Juan José Martínez Lozano, declared that "this event will focus on exposing and explaining the importance of promoting plans from the municipalities of the Region.
The meeting will help them prepare and be able to opt for the financial opportunities of the new period 2021-2027 in the European Union ". The conference is planned from a multilevel perspective, so that different layers of the Public Administration may be involved, from the ministerial level to the municipal level, passing through the regional level. The Urbact National Point is a European exchange and learning program that promotes sustainable and integrated urban development.
It encompasses 550 cities, 29 countries and 7,000 active local agents. The event, which will take place virtually, will be divided into two consecutive days, in two-hour sessions, from 12:00 to 14:00, with different formats each.
Registration is free and can be done through the link https://form.jotform.com/203221941505344. Program In the first part of this meeting there will be exhibitions of the different programs, with a period of time dedicated to a round of questions at the end of the morning.
The presentations will begin with a welcome and presentation of the event, followed by the exposition of the Urbact method and Comprehensive Urban planning in Europe as a gateway to European funding to face the period 2021-2027.
The Spanish Urban Agenda and its implementation will also be addressed through the Action Plans. The second day will have a slightly different format, with a presentation focused on the management of European funds in Murcia, followed by the presentation of three case studies of municipalities of different sizes, explaining Urbact's experience.
Finally, the session will close with a compilation of the conclusions of the day and the closing of the meeting.