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Lessons learned on citizen engagement

Author: CIVITAS Support
Posted on: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 - 10:28

In the CIVITAS ELAN project “Putting the citizen first” was at the core of the work, following the common mission statement: “To ‘mobilise’ our citizens by developing with their support clean mobility solutions for vital cities, ensuring health and access for all.”

In these four years, project partners have identified and described a number of experiences, which have also been supported by the findings of the evaluations of the citizen engagement process. Successful practices and drivers that contributed to them as well as negative experiences caused by various obstacles have been gathered and described in the publication "Work and Lessons Learned Related to Citizen Engagement" (pdf 1.9MB). These lessons can be regarded as recommendations for other players in the fields of sustainable mobility and public participation and will also be applied in the further activities related to citizen engagement in the ELAN cities.

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