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Upcoming CIVINET Activities in Winter and Spring 2018

Author: Anna Ruban
Posted on: Monday, February 12, 2018 - 11:11

The remaining winter and the fast approaching spring period promise to be busy for all the CIVINETs: many workshops, site visits, and meetings are planned.

The Magyar CIVINET is organising a one-day workshop on school mobility planning in Szekesferhervar (Hungary) at the end of February, alongside another workshop on Mobility as a Service in Budapest (Hungary) in May.

CIVINET Nederland Vlaanderen is set to hold a one-day training on European urban mobility developments during February, whilst CIVINET Francophone will start its year with a General Assembly meeting in Nantes (France) on 15 February; here they will define and schedule their future activities.

CIVINET Slovenia-Croatia-SEE will also start a year with Governing Board, Political Committee and General Assembly meeting in Kruševac (Serbia) on 22-23 February, followed up by a workshop on citizen participation in SUMPS in Rovinj (Croatia) and a seminar on SUMPS in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

CIVINET Romania will host a webinar presenting successful events that have happened in Romanian and Moldavian cities during previous years of European Mobility Week in April.

The next CIVINET Spain and Portugal local Forum and General Assembly will take place in Cascais (Portugal) on 17-18 May. In addition, CIVINET Polska will organise a workshop on shared space in Lodz (Poland) in May.

For more information, check out the CIVITAS Event Calendar.

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