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BannerComparando datos estadísticas de regiones y ciudades de modo sencillo (nueva herramienta)

Eurostat offers a wide range of web tools to make it easier to visualise statistical results. Showing data at a regional and local level is often a challenge, as the information available is vast and difficult to condense. That is why we have developed a tool called 'Regions and cities illustrated' to help you have an overview of the situation in your region compared to other regions in the EU in 2018 and over time. The visualisation tool is based on a live data feed, so it is continually using the latest data. It contains maps, graphs and an animated timeline together with separate tabs for regions, cities and territorial typologies. The two main scoreboards are inter-connected, so when you select a geographical area in the map it is also highlighted in the graph. You can now also customise the tool to suit your needs. [+]

This video from Eurostat is presenting some new online tools for visualising data for regions and cities. Meet Åsa Önnerfors, who is explaining the difference between the Statistical Atlas and Regions and Cities Illustrated by showing some of the functionalities and options available in the two tools. She is also presenting a mobile phone app developed especially for regional data, called My region (Eurostat, 9.10.2018)

La Comisión otorga a veintidós ciudades financiación para proyectos innovadores; pone en marcha una nueva convocatoria de proyectos para la seguridad en los espacios públicos urbanos.

La Comisión ha anunciado las ciudades ganadoras de la tercera convocatoria de proyectos de la iniciativa Acciones Urbanas Innovadoras. Con 92 millones de euros del Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional se financiarán soluciones innovadoras a desafíos urbanos, tales como la calidad del aire, el cambio climático, la vivienda, y los puestos de trabajo y las capacidades necesarios para la economía local. La Comisión también pone en marcha hoy la cuarta convocatoria de la iniciativa Acciones Innovadoras Urbanas. Cuenta con 100 millones de euros a disposición de las ciudades, destinados a financiar proyectos innovadores para proteger los espacios públicos y reducir su vulnerabilidad, como se anunció en el Plan de acción de 2017, en el marco de la Agenda Europea de Seguridad. La convocatoria financiará también proyectos digitales, medioambientales y de inclusión. (RAPID, IP/18/6062, 10.10.2018)

This video from Eurostat gives a general introduction to data on regions and cities in the EU. How is Eurostat collecting data? Which countries are included? What is the policy background to regional and urban statistics? What is the GEOSTAT population grid? Meet Teodóra Brandmüller, who will present two maps about the Employment rate in the EU as well as the latest edition of the Eurostat regional yearbook (Eurostat, 19.9.2018)

Historia de la Europa Urbana III. La ciudad moderna
Olivier Zeller
València: Publicacions Universitat de València, 2011
Bajo la dirección de Jean-Luc Pinol, este volumen ofrece una amplia síntesis de la urbanización europea durante los siglos XVI-XVIII, ya que marcaron unas tendencias decisivas en la historia de las ciudades que deben buscarse sobre todo en la recomposición de los sistemas locales de poderes. El centralismo absolutista transformó profundamente las formas de gobierno urbanas y reforzó el papel político y económico de las ciudades capitales. El crecimiento demográfico y el desarrollo de la producción y del comercio tendían a insertar cada vez con más fuerza a las ciudades en unas redes que superaban los antiguos marcos de las jerarquías administrativas, religiosas o judiciales. Esta interdependencia suscitaba nuevas formas de vulnerabilidad ante los cambios de la coyuntura, y propició reajustes que esbozaban lo que sería la geografía urbana de la era industrial. [+]
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LogoAt a time when Europe is striving to retain its legitimacy and relevance in the face of growing disillusionment and Euroscepticism, cities can provide a critical link with citizens. Cities are crucial in shaping the future of Europe, as EUROCITIES already demonstrated in the successful ‘Mayors’ summit on the future of Europe’ in March 2017. By mobilising our network of over 140 Europe's largest cities, that between them govern 130 million citizens across 39 countries, we now want to take the next step and actively demonstrate what citizens and cities can do and are already doing at local level to co-create our future. Throughout May 2018, ‘Cities4Europe - Europe for citizens’ will showcase successful local initiatives that engage citizens, present ideas for new forms of democracy and map out a positive, common future. By looking at answers together with their citizens, cities will have the opportunity to show their commitment to co-creating societies where people come first, and where trust between citizens and public authorities is strengthened.

Our campaign will come alive through various activities in our member cities - from art exhibitions to youth assemblies, from (social) media campaigns to public debates. ‘Cities4Europe – Europe for Citizens’ will kick-off in early May 2018 with a series of actions in all participating cities. A dedicated website will feature interviews with leading European personalities, news linked to the campaign and showcase local and transnational activities. Cities4Europe – Europe for Citizens’ wants to inspire cities and other levels of government, including the EU institutions, to pursue mechanisms and tools that engage citizens in policy making, strengthening new forms of democracy across Europe. [+]

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