Presenting on Urban Transit Lab: Voices for Sustainable Mobility

Participation in the CEURES – Central European Urban RESiliencey project 2023 / 2024

INVITATION FOR 3rd WORKSHOP 

INVITATION 

CEURES – Central European Urban RESiliency 

3rd International CEURES Workshop on Urban Resiliency 

(online event) 

The recent years have brought dire challenges to Central Europe. The effects of climate change on  urban environments, the raging war in Ukraine, security concerns (potential disasters due to misfire,  sabotages, etc…), and the refugee situation on the Eastern borders of the EU are all current issues for  our settlements in the V4 countries. Therefore, our project aims to identify best practices as regards  these challenges in the V4 region and to share knowledge among urban professionals in order to help  with preparing our villages and towns to cope. 

This workshop is just for you if you feel like to know real best practices of urban resiliency from Central  Europe from renowned experts of V4 countries and be part of the discussion! 

Participation is free of charge but requires registration. The language of the workshop is English. 

Programme 

10:00 – 10:05: Opening remarks – Dávid Szebeni president & project leader, Urban Development  Association (HU) 

10:05 – 10:20: Urban farms PhD Marcel Pikhart CEURES national expert, University of Hradec Kralove  (CZ) 

10:20 -10:35: Urban Transit Lab for Voices of Sustainable Mobility – Annika Lundkvist CEURES  national expert, Stanisław Leszczycki Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish  Academy of Sciences (PL, USA) 

10:35-10:50: Volunteer-based cooperation to integrate war refugees in Banska Stiavnica Valéria  Kličková Szomolai CEURES national expert, Forum Regional Development Centre (SK)

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

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10:50-11:05: Digitization of in-kind social services JD Krisztián Tas CEURES expert, Urban  Development Association (HU) 

11:05-11:15: Questions & Answers 

Location: Online via Zoom, a Zoom link will be provided for registrants 

Date and time: 2024 January 11th, 10:00-11:15 

Timezone: Budapest 

Registration: 

Please register via this online this form. 

Please kindly note that the workshop will be recorded and the recording will be publicly available free  of charge for educational purposes. 

Save the date for the next CEURES workshop on urban resiliency!  

2024 January 26

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

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About CEURES 

CEURES project mission is contributing to urban resiliency in Central Europe through finding  best practices and sharing the knowledge among urban planners, local governments and  young professionals within a powerful cooperation of Urban Development Association – UAD  (HU) as lead partner, University of Hradec Kralove (CZ), Leszczycki Institute of Geography and  

Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL), Forum Regional Development Centre (SK) and PONTIBUS EGTC (SK-HU). 

CEURES intends to collect the scattered best practices and knowledge born in recent years in  the field of urban resilience in V4 countries and reach the most relevant target groups for  maximum impact through the following: 

➢ Conducting best practice research in all V4 countries 

➢ Workshops for professionals 

➢ Creating and publishing best practice compilations 

➢ Development of hands-on multilingual training materials in modular e-learning ➢ Conducting pilot training 

➢ Creating a Central European Urban Resilience Handbook 

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia  through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to  advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. 

Urban Development Association is the community of professionals dedicated to regional and urban  development.

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu 


PRESENTATION AT 1st WORKSHOP

November 30th: presenting in the first workshop in a series of workshops for the CEURES project, funded by the International Visegrad Fund and created by David Szebeni, president of the Hungarian Urban Development Association.

Thanks to David for creating this fantastic project on diverse aspects of urban resilience. I’ve already begun to learn quite a bit about the diverse best practices we will be sharing from Poland. Thanks as well to my supervisor Ewa for bringing me on board!

-Annika

Presenting at the 1st CEURES Workshop // November 30, 2023

Today it was great to have the opportunity to share about urban meadows and watch other project participants present as well. It was also great to be able to put to use the various photos I have been taking of urban meadows here in Poland!

INVITATION FOR 1st WORKSHOP

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INVITATION 

CEURES – Central European Urban RESiliency 

1st International CEURES Workshop on Urban Resiliency 

(online event) 

The recent years have brought dire challenges to Central Europe. The effects of climate change on  urban environments, the raging war in Ukraine, security concerns (potential disasters due to misfire,  sabotages, etc…), and the refugee situation on the Eastern borders of the EU are all current issues for  our settlements in the V4 countries. Therefore, our project aims to identify best practices as regards  these challenges in the V4 region and to share knowledge among urban professionals in order to help  with preparing our villages and towns to cope. 

This workshop is just for you if you feel like to know real best practices of urban resiliency from Central  Europe and be part of the discussion! 

Participation is free of charge but requires registration. The language of the workshop is English. 

Programme 

10:00 – 10:05: Opening remarks – Dávid Szebeni president & project leader, Urban Development  Association (HU) 

10:05 – 10:15: Urban Meadows for an Ecological & Sustainable Urbanism + Urban Transit Lab for  Voices of Sustainable Mobility – Annika Lundkvist & PhD Ewa Korcelli-Olejniczak CEURES national  experts, Leszczycki Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences (PL) 

10:15 -10:25: Pandemic Grant Program of Novartis to Support Non-Covid Healthcare for Patients Valéria Kličková Szomolai CEURES national expert, Forum Regional Development Centre (SK) 

10:25-10:35: Towns’ pathways to urban resilience and self-sufficiency & Green roofs – living roofs – PhD Marcel Pikhart CEURES national expert, University of Hradec Kralove (CZ)

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

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10:35-10:45: Gyula Nagy PhD Gyula Nagy lead CEURES expert, Urban Development Association  (HU) 

10:45-10:55: Questions & Answers 

Location: Online via Zoom, a Zoom link will be provided for registrants 

Date and time: 2023 November 30th, 10:00-10:55 

Registration: 

Please register via this online this form. 

Please kindly note that the workshop will be recorded and the recording will be publicly available free  of charge for educational purposes.

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

__________________________________________________________________________________ 

About CEURES 

CEURES project mission is contributing to urban resiliency in Central Europe through finding  best practices and sharing the knowledge among urban planners, local governments and  young professionals within a powerful cooperation of Urban Development Association – UAD  (HU) as lead partner, University of Hradec Kralove (CZ), Leszczycki Institute of Polish Academy  

of Sciences (PL), Forum Regional Development Centre (SK) and PONTIBUS EGTC (SK-HU). 

CEURES intends to collect the scattered best practices and knowledge born in recent years in  the field of urban resilience in V4 countries and reach the most relevant target groups for  maximum impact through the following: 

➢ Conducting best practice research in all V4 countries 

➢ Workshops for professionals 

➢ Creating and publishing best practice compilations 

➢ Development of hands-on multilingual training materials in modular e-learning ➢ Conducting pilot training 

➢ Creating a Central European Urban Resilience Handbook 

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia  through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to  advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. 

Urban Development Association is the community of professionals dedicated to regional and urban  development.

Community – Partnership – Development Hungarian Urban Development Association www.telepulesfejlesztes.eu 

info@telepulesfejlesztes.eu