In recent years, European cities have been characterised by an extraordinary dynamism in the field of urban regeneration. Urban planners, peacemakers, community organisers. activists are all different ways to describe the same profession: someone who knows how to use social innovation tools to work in the urban regeneration field.
In the EUREKA project we tried to seize the opportunity and to create a training that could breach the gap between the reality and academia, and offers skills that urban innovators could use to address the social, environmental and economic challenges that cities are facing today.
In this report, we tried to evaluate the impact of the project, and the training we have developed during it in particular. We used qualitative and quantitative data to measure the impact, which we have summarised in this publication.