Programme

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Ice-breaking cocktail

Join us at the Sao Jorge Castle, a historical landmark with an amazing view of the Tagus River. You will have the opportunity to network and enjoy the sunset over welcome drinks.

15 for 15

Celebrating the 15 years of URBACT! Listen to some of the most interesting and powerful stories from people that witnessed the transformation of their cities during the last 15 years.

Marketplace

Stands of URBACT Action Planning Networks and partners will be spread throughout Patio de Galé.

You will have the opportunity to walk around, hear stories, exchange and pick up ideas you can implement back home.

Let’s get started!

The opening plenary will take place in Patio da Galé and introduce the Festival's main objective: capturing the signals of change to identify future urban trends.

Marketplace

Stands of URBACT Action Planning Networks and partners will be spread throughout Patio de Galé.

You will have the opportunity to walk around, hear stories, exchange and why not pick up ideas you can take back home?

Outside/Inside

Local artists and social activists will bring the dynamic, upbeat and participatory dimensions of Lisbon to the heart of the Festival.

Prepare yourself for a fun and inspiring evening full of performances, installations and powerful stories!

1 - GENDER EQUAL CITIES

How cities can understand and reduce gender based inequalities

Why gender equality is important for the city? This session will undertake a live analysis of public space in Lisbon to help us understand the gendered nature of urban landscapes. There will be a presentation and discussions of what cities can do to improve gender equality across key themes and city competencies in urban development, eg in mobility, planning, representation, with examples from Portugal and the opportunity to think of immediate actions to take home.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you! Lunch will be provided during this session.

Walking difficulty ++

2 - THE HOUSING QUESTION: AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS

Experiences from Europe, learning from Lisbon

Walk through the Alcântara neighborhood and visit to the Housing First project, which focus mainly on vulnerable people. Following the harm reduction philosophy, the adaptation process in the housing context is strongly linked to the inclusion of the beneficiaires in the community as well. By providing houses for homeless people, the (re) insertion into the community is promoted by extension. Talk with representatives from the EU Urban Agenda Housing Partnership to see how this approach compares with other European good practices for housing.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you! Lunch will be provided during this session.

Walking difficulty ++

3 - PLACEMAKING AS A CATALYST FOR IMPROVING PUBLIC SPACES

How to increase liveliness in the city

We often judge the success of a city centre by the way people congregate and interact in its public spaces. We sometimes see empty, degraded public areas and we wonder why when those could be lively places. This walkshop will explore ways in which how local inhabitants can take the lead in initiating improvement of public spaces, their design and physical development but also activities in and care for theses areas.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you! Lunch will be provided during this session.

Walking difficulty +++

4 - THE CITY HERITAGE CRISIS

Reconciling tourism and local needs in heritage neighbourhoods

Alfama is an important historic neighbourhood in Lisbon that is at risk of being lost to tourism. This session will explore how local needs (in terms of housing, transportation etc.) can be balanced with those of the tourism industry. How to keep the neighbourhood authentic and avoid Disneyfication? How to find new uses for old and abandoned buildings? How to incentivise building restoration and preserve quality? The crucial role of cultural and creative sector in urban revitalisation will also be touched upon during the session.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you! Lunch will be provided during this session.

Walking difficulty ++

5 - DIGITAL CITY FUTURES: ADAPT OR DIE

How to grow places to flourish tech entrepreneurship ecosystem

What can cities do to grow digital start-ups and how important are spaces and places to a flourishing tech entrepreneurship ecosystem? This walkshop will explore the key components of a tech entrepreneurship ecosystem and how can cities create the conditions in which it can flourish, through a visit to the city center of Lisbon. The reflection and discussion will be based upon the engagement with relevant players and urban actors and how it could contributed to a successful environment.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you! Lunch will be provided during this session.

Walking difficulty +

1 - VITALITY AND VIABILITY OF SMALLER AND MEDIUM-SIZED CITIES

How can smaller cities be more attractive for their citizens and visitors

Small and mid-sized cities face specific challenges in Europe, linked to current demographic and technological trends, consumer preferences, and geographic location. One month before the Vitality of Smaller Cities European conference, find out smaller and mid-sized cities transform challenges into opportunities, by:

  1. Reviving experiential retail that will enliven town centres;
  2. Creating attraction through community engagement in public spaces of the city centre;
  3. Strengthening the local urban economy through developing and showcasing local produce.

Afterwards, lunch will be provided in the main venue.

2 - PEOPLE POWER: REFRAMING URBAN GOVERNANCE

Insights into ways in which Europe’s cities are shifting decision-making towards citizens.

This session lifts the curtain on URBACT’s knowledge hub work on integrated sustainable urban development. Feeding into the 2020 German Presidency focus on refreshing the Leipzig Charter, this particular session will focus on citizen participation: looking at practical examples from cities, bringing in the voices of different stakeholders. We will feed back conclusions from the Lisbon City Lab taking place on 12th September.

In partnership with EUROCITIES Cities4Europe campaign.

Afterwards, lunch will be provided in the main venue.

3 - GOVERNING SMART CITIES

3 things cities must get right when putting data & tech to work

This session will highlight 3 key approaches that help cities govern the digital transformation and become a thriving and competitive smart cities:

  1. Linking local innovators and urban development by making use of new forms of co-creation, financing and agile planning;
  2. Improving innovation management skills in municipalities through innovative forms of organisation;
  3. Finding the right approach to dealing with urban data.

Afterwards, lunch will be provided in the main venue.

4 - CULTURE, CREATIVITY, COMMUNITIES

Turning culture into an engine for integrated local sustainable development

Cities can stimulate economic growth and improve their citizens’ quality of life by implementing public policies aimed at developing local ecosystems that sustain creativity and innovation. This session will explore from an open innovation angle what role can artists, creatives and cultural institutions play in changing the city, and how local governments can best engage with this creative communities and support their work.

Afterwards, lunch will be provided in the main venue.

5 - RE-MAKING THE CITY

Find the right solution to your city’s space challenge

What should sustainable, balanced, inclusive urban planning look like in the 21st century? How can temporary uses and urban commons play a role in a new, innovative, flexible planning approach? How do you reach those stakeholders who were never invited in the course of the ‘normal’ planning processes? Due to the crisis, the public sector in many cases has lost its steering role, both in power and in money. More flexible approaches to integrated and inclusive development are appearing, based on opportunities given by underused spaces and by inactive people. Come discover new ways to re-make your city, and how URBACT’s new online case-finder can help you.

6 - BUILDING UP A MILLENIAL CITY

Developing, retaining and attracting young talent

This session will showcase the Strategic Framework for Talent Development, Retention and Attraction. It will also focus on the need for eco-system thinking – integrated and participatory approaches, which involve partners from across the whole city. An emphasis will be given on the importance of designing experience-based interventions to appeal to millennials.

7 - CO-CREATING GREENER CITIES

How to design and implement nature-based solutions for healthier, liveable, climate resilient and sustainable cities?

Cities which invest in protecting the natural ecosystems as foundation for a healthy and thriving society are the ones who can sustain economic prosperity and high quality of life in the long run. This requires the integration of the values of nature into concrete and well-designed policies and actions.

This session will introduce the concept of nature-based solutions, based on practical examples coming from European cities to inspire innovative actions in response to climate, water and other urban challenges. Participants will learn how to work together with communities, businesses and experts to optimise the potential of nature’s superpowers in addressing common challenges such as air quality, climate mitigation and adaptation, biodiversity, water management, unemployment or community cohesion. The session draws on best practices from various European cities and the experience of URBACT Resilient Europe network, as well as Horizon 2020 GrowGreen and Connecting Nature projects in which URBACT cities are also active.

8 - FUTURE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS

Establishing flexible Financial Instruments (FI) to meet city economic and societal objectives

Many cities face the same societal challenges among which energy transition, smart growth and social inclusion illustrate hot topics. Funded by the European Commission under the fi-compass multi-region assistance programme, London, Manchester (UK), Milan (IT) and The Hague (NL) cooperate with the European Investment Bank to develop a blueprint investment model for joint public and private integrated urban development. This session will provide support and develop the capacity of cities to create funds to help achieve their own city objectives, learning from best practice examples.

1 - IMPACT MANAGEMENT FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION

How can cities manage the impact of their policies?

Social Innovation is not a fashion, but a real revolutionary transformation. This session aims at showing decision-makers how to work on common values and language by adopting a theory of change. Those tools can be used so that specific policies can target those for whom the impact should be measured. It all comes back to understanding strategic decisions and, finally, knowing why you are doing what you do.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation. Lunch will be provided during this session.

2 - PLANNING FOR PEOPLE AND NOT FOR VEHICLES

How urban mobility becomes an integrated part of our city development

Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning puts transportation in the larger context of city development and asks for joint planning efforts of all professions and stakeholders. The objective is to respond to the needs of all inhabitants while raising the attractiveness of urban spaces and the quality of life in cities. This Lab will showcase the process for creating a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan using a real city case – the City of Bielefeld (DE). The planning process, the challenges a city faces nowadays in terms of urban mobility and testing innovative and entertaining tools will be topics for discussion.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation. Lunch will be provided during this session.

3 - #INTERACTIVECITIES

Find out the potential of digital tools in improving urban governance

The aim of this lab is to acquaint participants with the potential of social media and digital tools in improving urban governance under a wide range of topics, from urban development to tourism and even business promotion. Through story telling and group discussions, topics like attracting resources and enabling local development will be explored.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation. Lunch will be provided during this session.

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Country corner lunch

Find your country corner over lunch to network with all the city and national-level representatives from your country and take the opportunity to discuss your hottest national urban topics and meet your National URBACT Point.

Early-bird yoga

The coffee in Lisbon is good but how about an alternative morning energiser? URBACT’s own Alison Partridge will lead this Hatha yoga practice. Marrying breath and body, Hatha yoga is proven to lower stress levels and to energise your day! And you’ll still have time for a coffee before getting back to business. Suitable for all levels, open for up to 50 participants.

From local action to global impact!

Which is the place of cities in the changing global dynamics? We will discuss this and more in an energetic session with some of today’s urban leaders of change.

Get-together!

We will prepare the afternoon session and hear some more voices witnessing the past 15 years of URBACT.

Bringing it all home

Onward and upward!

In small groups, it is time to reflect upon your Festival experience, putting into practice all that has been discussed so far and giving input in an interactive way.

Closing

The closing ceremony will focus on the Festival main findings, the trends and hot topics identified by participants and our ‘trendspotters’, and the leads on the future of cities.

Farewell party

In the spirit of celebrating the 15 years of URBACT and also the past days of hard work, there is nothing like a party in one of Lisbon’s most iconic areas!

1 - MIGRATION INTEGRATION

It is not just about learning the language and finding work

Take a short trip to Amadora, a city on the outskirts of Lisbon built on successive waves of immigration, who has a long history of working on integration policies. Amadora, who led the Arrival Cities network, is currently sharing their good practice on the importance of demystifying the unspoken prejudices against newcomers. The visit will take place in key sites representative of the city’s approach to migrant integration and inclusion. You will meet and hear from those on the ground about practices to facilitate access to services, housing, and projects targeting minors in socially vulnerable situations.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon area is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you!

Walking difficulty +

2 - REVITALISING THE RETAIL SECTOR

Reviving the local shops in medium-sized EU cities

This walkshop will take participants around the Baixa-Chiado area in Lisbon where they will have the opportunity to collect intelligence on how to tackle vacancy of retail offer in the city centre. Participants will reflect around the challenge of revitalising local shops in cities by listening to testimonials and sharing practical, transferable and integrated solutions that have been put in place.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon area is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you!

Walking difficulty ++

3 - LOCAL FOOD IN URBAN FORKS

How agri-food production can help with social inclusion

Agri-food production is a mature industry that plays an important role in terms of GDP, employment and environmental sustainability, the main goal of the walkshop is to share the knowledge of Agri-Urban and Semear projects. Participants will visit the SEMEAR na Terra in Oeiras and learn more about the complementaries between both projects and concrete examples that can highlight the role of cities food strategies to stimulate environmental and social solutions.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon area is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you!

Walking difficulty +

4 - AN INTEGRATED APROACH TOWARDS A DEPRIVED NEIGHBOURHOOD

How a deprived area can benefit from an Eco-neighbourhood project

Lisbon Municipality launched the Eco-Neighbourhood Boavista Ambiente + as an integrated model for sustainable innovation, in partnership with different stakeholders. Activities were dedicated to the reconversion and qualification of public space; implementation of measures to improve the energy performance; the remodelling of public equipment; and the promotion of awareness. This project, which is still under development, is a part of the BIP-ZIP programme. So get ready to put your helmets on and a visit a construction site as well!

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon area is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you!

Walking difficulty ++

5 - TACKLING URBAN POVERTY FROM THE GROUND UP

Empowering local communities is the strongest tools against inequalities

Local communities are instrumental in planning and shaping the city’s efforts to effectively eradicate poverty. Taking a trip into a priority BIP/ZIP neighbourhood – Marvila – we will explore how Lisbon is tackling deprived areas with community-led development to rehabilitate open squares, reuse public buildings, reactivate local commerce, and use graffiti to build a new narrative. We will also look at how the national policy can be channeled and fuel the work URBACT is doing on this topic.

Walkshops are a great opportunity to discover the city from inside out. However, Lisbon area is hilly and can be very warm in September. Do bring comfortable shoes, water, hat/sunscreen and do not carry any heavy things with you!

Walking difficulty ++

1 - URBAN COOPERATION IN EUROPE: WHAT FUTURE?

Exploring proposals for urban policy at European level

Cities, national representatives and European institutions will gather in an open and informal way to exchange on the key issues facing urban policies at European level. The will to streamline the support offered to cities in the next cohesion policy period is clear. In light of the experience of cities in URBACT, the EU urban agenda and other urban initiatives, this session aims to clarify the vision for the future in relation to city needs on the ground, and give a voice to all levels of stakeholders.

2 - GET ON BOARD THE DIGITAL WAVE!

Cities sharing their experience to increase the positive impact of digital

Cities can find it difficult to navigate the fast-moving landscape of digital and tech ecosystems. How can policymakers make the right calls to make the most of the digital wave? Where do practitioners get the support to make the right moves? URBACT has created TechPlace for you - a virtual community of practice, which will:

  1. Provide an invaluable and naturally evolving information and intelligence resource for towns and cities on digital/tech ecosystems
  2. Include a collaborative platform where information can be shared and questions asked and answered in a safe, authoritative space

Join us for the launch of URBACT’s new TechPlace community and start asking your questions!

3 - EMPOWERING CITIES AS KEY ACTORS IN SMART SPECIALISATION

How to give the economic agenda a more transforming purpose

Smart specialisation is the most widespread approach regarding innovation in Europe nowadays. In a nutshell, it can be seen as an innovation-oriented policy-mix on economic development with a focus on a short range of priority areas, which is governed in a collaborative (and entrepreneurial) way. However, this concept still means little for many cities. This session will provide a path for those practitioners wanting to explore how the policy concept of smart specialisation applies to the city and how to turn cities into tier-one RIS3 actors.

4 - WORKING AT THE FRINGES

How to make existing post-war urban areas attractive again

The fringe in-between the inner city and the suburbs holds the promise of combining the best of both worlds: having more amenities and being closer to the city centre than the low density suburbs, but also offering more (green) space than the city centre. To fulfil this promise and allow fringe renewal, a new approach to urban planning is needed. Come and learn more about it during the session!

5 - URBAN FUNDING AND FINANCING

The smarter road ahead to combine short-term and long-term financial strategies

“You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you”. This quote can be easily applied to urban financial management. In this session, cities will share ideas, tools and goals of moving to mid-term financial planning and financial experts will present cases for discussing long-term and short-term financial planning models. Solutions for mid-term financial planning and strategy development, planning budget income and expenditures for the mid-term period will be discussed and supported through a peer-to-peer learning approach.

6 - WAKING UP THE SLEEPING GIANTS

City stories to reactivate and reuse spaces for the common good

Large vacant buildings and dismissed military areas are a challenge for many cities. Such underused spaces bear opportunities and can contribute to a sustainable and inclusive urban development. In this session, participants will find out more about key steps to take and activities to develop in order to reactivate and reuse such spaces in their own city.

7 - IMPROVING HEALTH AT THE HEART OF THE CITY

Using public spaces as an asset for physical activity

A sedentary, inactive lifestyle can be the cause of chronic disease and social isolation. Promoting physical activity in public spaces is a tool for cities to improve the health of citizens. Municipalities can play an important role in prevention by planning and designing their public areas in a different way. Come and hear from the experience of municipalities involved in the VITAL CITIES network which worked on enabling and encouraging sports.

8 - EUROPEAN AND US STORIES OF CHANGE!

How to develop genuine people powered services through collaborative citizen engagement?

At a time when public services are confronted with increased demands and austerity measures, we need services that are more personal and responsive with less funding available. Although evidence is still emerging, people-powered services organised in or alongside public services can improve the quality of the service provided, reduce demand for services, increase preventative activity, drive up innovation and productivity of the public service, improve outcomes and ultimately help build stronger communities.
So the question is how to collaborate well? Come and find out!

1 - A ROAD MAP TO TEMPORARY USE

Design your own temporary use journey through vacant spaces

This Lab is designed for all – participants who already have initiated temporary-use projects in their city as well as those who have only heard about temporary use but don’t know how address it. This session will tackle the key steps to take and present the diverse experiences of the REFILL network’s city partners who face different cultural, economic and social contexts.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation.

2 - BUYING A BETTER FUTURE

How can cities use public spending to achieve socio-economic and environmental goals

Public procurement has often been viewed as a bureaucratic, technical, and dull aspect of municipality activities. Over the course of the last two and a half years, the Procure network has sought to view procurement differently. Procurement is not just about buying a product, it is a strategic lever which can be used to create jobs, reduce carbon, and stimulate SMEs. This lab will provide participants with training in how they can embed social and environmental considerations into the various stages of the procurement cycle.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation.

3 - HOW CAN CITIES GET BETTER AT EXPERIMENTING?

Designing, implementing and learning from experiments to improve local policymaking

The challenges we are facing need long-term goals, sometimes well beyond the next elections. At the same time, the reality we live in is changing at an ever increasing speed. How can we combine long-term ambition with short-term action? How can cities become more agile and increase their resilience? The answer is simple: experiments! Cities need to become better in exploring multiple futures, developing scenarios, testing assumptions, prototyping solutions and – last but not least – learning from failures.

This lab session will lead participants in a co-creative workshop through a process of designing, implementing and learning from experiments to improve local policymaking. The training will be drawing upon the experience of URBACT network Resilient Europe cities.

At the end of each lab, participants will obtain skills or tools to tackle specific challenges in their city. Designed for small groups of participants, these sessions require an active and on-going participation.

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