EURA - European Urban Research Association
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EURA 2023 Conference

"The European city: A practice of resilience in the face of an uncertain future"

22-24 June, 2023 | Reykjavík, Iceland
The 2023 EURA Conference aims to encourage critical reflection on the resilience of the European city in the face of an uncertain future. The last decade has increasingly left us with an ever growing feeling of uneasiness and uncertainty.

Cities have in many areas been key players in tackling climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic and the integration of a large influx of refugees.
The conference invites scholars to discuss the resilience of the European city from a broad trans-disciplinary perspective.

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EURA Conversations

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EURA Conversations is a digital space for international exchange between urban scholars.

We have created this space on our website to provide you with an opportunity to share your experiences and put forward your views and ideas.

We welcome any proposals that you may have for topics that you would like to see discussed in this international space.

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EURA

The European Urban Research Association

At a time when global forces are strengthening and localism struggles to reassert itself, there is a need to re-examine the place which cities take in the social and economic order and this is what the European Urban Research Association (EURA) aims to achieve.

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EURA MEMBERS

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EURA is represented by urban researchers and scholars in over 25 countries, and more than 50 research/academic institutions. If you have an interest in urban research and endorse EURA’s aims, we invite you to join EURA!
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EUROPEAN VOCATION

Who we are

The experience and expertise of the best urban researchers from all over Europe can be found in EURA. Just as the governing board is represented by 20 members from 14 different countries. Because international cooperation is a strong added value
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