Explore & co-design

Urban Regeneration is not a new phenomenon. It has been practised around the world for some time now. 

During last four months, we carried out a research to identify existing context of urban regeneration in Europe. 

We worked on data from across Europe with a specific focus on the four National Clusters – Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Romania. To get a glimpse into our findings, check out the focus countries and see how they are dealing with urban regeneration.


Meet & Exchange

Throughout the life cycle of the project we will organise event for our communities as well as across Europe and online. Check out our past and upcoming events!

Grow our knowledge

One of our primary aims is to grow our expertise on the topic of urban regeneration. Below you can find publications, podcasts and video-materials that we produce throughout the project on the topic.

EUREKA Year Book 2023

This publication allows to have a quick overview of all student profiles who have joined the EUREKA Training in 2022-2023.

The European Urban Innovator: Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Report

This is the first project publication. It summarises findings done by the partners on the current status of urban regeneration in Europe: existing job profiles, needs, training opportunities and terms. 

Urban Stories - Episode 1

Urban Stories: Practices of urban and social innovation in Europe promote good practices of grassroots, culture-led urban and social innovation processes across Europe. 

In this episode we focused on the cultural centre – Bitamine Faktoria based in Irun, Spain. They have a unique approach to art processes and put a lot of emphasis on public space and community engagement in their daily work. 

The City of the Future

This report presents ten case studies of culture-led grassroots urban and social innovation processes across Europe, in order to understand their emerging innovations, their current challenges and their needs for further training.

Urban Innovators Training Programme

This brochure in four European languages (Italian, Romanian, Dutch and Spanish) as well as English, offers a brief overview of the Training Programme developed by the consortium and to kick off this October.