upcomming webinars

Webinar Monitoring and Evaluation of Urban Mobility Measures

Mon 02.12.2019 13:00

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is an integrated part of SUMPs and plays a crucial role to prove the success of urban mobility measures. This webinar gives an easy entrance into M&E and provides you with recommendations to design a M&E approach that is feasible for urban planners. The subject is based on experiences made in the EU-funded project METAMORPHOSIS.

This webinar gives answers to the following questions:

1. What is M&E, when and why do we need it?

2. What is Impact Evaluation as opposed to Process Evaluation?

Webinar on Street Openings and School Streets

Wed 11.12.2019 15:00

Wednesday 11th December, 14:00-14:50 UK time (15:00-15:50 CET), including Q&A session

The air pollution and traffic congestion generated by cars and other motorised vehicles is a major concern for our cities and the citizens who live in them. But how do we address some of these concerns, and what can we do to re-create our cities so they are geared more around people and less towards cars?

Consulting Local Stakeholders Webinar

Wed 11.12.2019 16:00

 Wednesday 11th December, 15:00-15:50 UK time (16:00-16:50 CET), including Q&A session

School Streets and street openings are an effective way to create child friendly cities and neighborhoods. However, it is not always easy to consult the different stakeholders involved, and plan for these interventions so that they have wider impact.

Past webinars

Webinar How to build SUMP for more child-friendly and liveable cities - May 13th at 11:00 (CET)

Mon 13.05.2019 11:00

During urban planning phases, children's wishes and views are often forgotten. With the three-year long (2018-2020) METAMORPHOSIS project, seven cities want to pursue the goal of child-friendly neighbourhoods and let children arise their voice for neighbourhood planning.

Webinar on promotion of active mobility - 15th April at 14.00 (CET)

Mon 15.04.2019 14:00

According to the UN, 68% of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050. If nothing changes, this will lead to a decrease in urban liveability and accessibility. As more children are living within densifying cities, it becomes increasingly urgent to create a child-friendly public realm.  
Active mobility plays a vital role in contributing to a solution.