Debate with audience participation
How to make use of the city’s potential?
We are interested in the way of thinking about city’s development, in particular in that of persons who owing to their knowledge and acquired experience have got a high causation potential. The perception of something that is possible and feasible not only determines the decisions that are currently being made, ...
Urban initiative competition
A city for residents – residents for the city
We want to promote bottom-up initiatives that respond to real needs of the residents. In cities, there are already numerous solutions that make our life easier and let us experience the place where we live in a pleasant way. The rising number of ambitious projects changes our thinking and behavioural patterns. We invite social organizations, institutions, companies and th...
Workshop for the residents
Social involvement, participation and co-creation in cities
We believe that the cities of the future will be based on social involvement, participation and co-creation. Social interactions enable the residents to really influence the city and the city to influence the residents, and they allow for a creation of platforms of joint designing and testing in a public space of some unique, innovative solutions which can be ...
Workshop for local government units workers
Let’s swing the city
We insist on determining the contemporary role, scope of action and rules of cooperation within the local government and with the residents. Creativity, clear vision and way of thinking about development, knowledge and experience influence the shaping of a city’s image and planning its future. During the workshops we will discuss the functions, importance and tasks of departm...
Workshop for the participants of the URBACT III programme
Cities are important driving forces of the economy, being both places of meetings, creativity and innovations, and centres of services provided to the residents. They play a key role in the social and economic development of Europe and the world. Many European cities face the challenge of how to build a city’s attractiveness to keep and attract young, talented, creative r...
Session 1: Your company, step by step.
Session 2: Idea – business – innovations: cooperation and support in action
Wydział Prawa i Administracji UAM
al. Niepodległości 53 | Poznań
City Development Department
Poznan City Hall
Plac Kolegiacki 17, 61-841 Poznań
tel. +48 61 878 56 95
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