Networking for sustainable cities
|Name||Networking for sustainable cities|
|Programme Component||BACID Fund Call 1 (2018)|
|Priority Theme||Sustainable Development Goals|
|Implementing Organisations||Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac, Serbia|
|Partner Organisations||ipcenter.at GmbH, Vienna, Austria|
|Last update||27. 11. 2019 by Pichler|
Establishing cooperation between related institutions. A mutual understanding of the method of work, the exchange of experiences and the sharing of know-how accumulated in both institutions during the previous period. Defining points that are of mutual interest and which will form the basis for future cooperation concerning sustainable development of cities, educational projects that would support development of cities based on social, environmental and economic factors, with special focus on cities' energy policy.
Objectives and results
Dissemination of acquired know-how through the existing network of partners in Serbia and Austria
- We have shared acquired know-how through the existing network of partners in Serbia and Austria
- We have established successful cooperation of the applicant organization and partner organization
- We have made agreement on joint application for Erasmus+ and Interreg Danube Programme
- We have been involved in development of city’s smart strategy that have work plan for improving awareness on cities sustainable development
Act. 1: Preparation: Online communication and exchange of ideas and materials as a preparation for meetings and on-site demonstration of different opportunities, approaches and methodologies for international cooperation and educational projects.
Act. 2: Online kick-off meeting, discussion of future issues that could be the topics for further cooperation.
Act. 3: Online communication, feedback and defining of future steps. Defining topics for future project application proposals.
Act. 4: Preparation and organization of meetings in Serbia.
Act. 5: Visit to Serbia - further development of project proposals, meetings with municipality's employees and demonstration of innovative training approach in workshop with students.
Act. 6: Online communication, feedback and defining of future steps. Development and publishing materials from project implementation.
Act. 7: Organization of meeting with potential stakeholders that could benefit from the accomplished cooperation. Dissemination of the project results to relevant stakeholders and potential partners in project applications.
Further information and contact
Davor Končalović, assistant professor, University of Kragujevac email@example.com