URBACT Call for Good Practices Now Open

April 15 2024

The Ministry of European Integration, as the national coordinator of the URBACT programme, is informing all interested cities and municipalities that the URBACT call for good practices is open from 15 April to 30 June 2024.

Through this call, the URBACT programme is looking for local practices that have a positive impact in the community, are participatory and integrated, relevant at a European level and transferable to other European cities.

The URBACT call for good practices is open to cities from the 27 EU member states, partner countries (Norway, Switzerland), and EU Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance beneficiary countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia), as well as Ukraine and Moldova.

The aim of this call is to provide visibility to influential local practices in sustainable urban development and offer inspiration and the opportunity to transfer good practice to other European cities.

Cities awarded the URBACT good practice label will benefit from various promotional activities in terms of visibility within the framework of the URBACT City Festival from 8 to 10 April 2025 in Wrocław (Poland), which is one of the most significant events of the programme.

The selected cities will also have the opportunity to apply for the 2025 call to lead an URBACT Network for transferring good practice with programme support.

More information about the call, including conditions and how to apply, can be found at: https://urbact.eu/get-involved.

The URBACT Secretariat is organising a series of online information sessions to acquaint European cities with the call and answer questions. The first info session will take place on 25 April 2024 from 10–11 am: Online info session: The call for Good Practices in a nutshell.

You can view the good practices identified by the URBACT programme in the previous financial perspective at the following link: URBACT Good Practices | urbact.eu, including those transferred to other European cities through networks for transferring good practices.