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News article26 April 2018

CIVITAS Forum 2018 registration and call for contributions open!

Registration and the call for contributions for the CIVITAS Forum 2018 are now open! Guarantee your place and submit ideas for sessions and activities at Europe's premiere sustainable mobility event.

This year's Forum will gather over 400 participants from 19-21 September in Umeå, Sweden to discuss urgent mobility topics, build partnerships, share and learn from each other's challenges and experiences, and witness sustainable urban mobility innovation in action.

The call for contributions invites CIVITAS and non-CIVITAS cities, organisations, and projects to submit proposals for two types of sessions - thematic and take-up and transfer sessions. All activities should aim to connect people and share knowledge in interactive ways.

Thematic sessions will act as a forum for lively discussion and engage with the most critical current topics in mobility. Presenters have the chance to show their outstanding, innovative examples of work across and beyond the CIVITAS Initiative.

The take-up and transfer sessions are the most interactive elements in this year's programme. These provide organisers with a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate their solutions and will enable participants to get hands-on with and experience cutting-edge urban mobility tools and methods.

Creative proposals are very much encouraged, particularly for the take-up and transfer sessions! We look forward to receiving your ideas and organising an event that showcases your work.

Consult the full call document for more information on suggested formats and topics for contributions - see here - bit.ly/2vFYeNI.

To register and submit proposals, visit the main Forum page below. Please note it is necessary to create a user account before registration or submission. The deadline for proposals is 31 May 2018!

Contact the CIVITAS Secretariat with any questions: secretariatatcivitas [dot] eu (secretariat[at]civitas[dot]eu)

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Publication date
26 April 2018
Topic
Policy and researchPublic and stakeholder involvementUrban mobility planning
Country
Europe-wide