Appel ouvert pour l’initiative « Villes transformatrices 2020
Date: 18 mai, 2020
L’initiative des Villes Transformatrices est une opportunité pour les gouvernements locaux progressistes, les coalitions de municipalités, les mouvements sociaux et les organisations de la société civile de populariser et de partager leurs expériences dans la construction de solutions à la crise économique, sociale, politique et écologique systémique de notre planète.
Date limite : 14 juin à 23h59 CET (GMT+1)
The 2020 Edition
The initiative draws on the emerging wave of transformative practices and responses taking place at municipal level worldwide, by launching a unique platform and award process that will facilitate the wider dissemination of the lessons and inspiration from such practices.
Check out the inspiring nominations for the Transformative Cities project here with two HIC Members winners of 2019 Transformative Cities People’s Choice award:
The Transformative Cities Award aims to highlight political practices and solutions that can serve as inspiration for others. The Award aspires to create a new model of awards, which is participatory, inspirational, and rooted in exchange and learning. The Award envisages a process of knowledge co-creation and practice exchange that leads to an atlas of political practices, whose inspiring stories speed up a process of systemic transformation towards a more democratic, equal, peaceful and resilient world.
This award does not seek to pass judgment on social movements, civil society organizations, citizens platforms or other groups. It is a platform where those acting to transform the world may systematize their successful practices, exchange with and learn from others, and receive increased exposure and outreach. After two successful editions, we are engaged in an ongoing learning process, looking at how to systematize local political practices so we can identify what is working, and help to accelerate the process of transformation.
How to Apply?
The Transformative Cities initiative is open to collectives, not individuals. A collective can have the form of a social movement with recognizable structures and goals- even without a formal legal recognition, a legally existing civil society organization, a citizens’ platform seeking to gain institutional power at municipal and/or city level via a political candidacy, an established city council, or other forms of collective action that center their practices in a specific location that is not generally recognized as a region, state or similar delimitation.
The third edition of the award (2020) will look at four issues: Energy, Water and Housing and Food.Did you apply last year and not win the award? We encourage you to apply again, probably your initiative has grown stronger and you have more inspiration to share.
The Transformative Cities initiative is launched by a group of regional and international organizations (in alphabetical order): European network for community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability (Ecolise), Friends of the Earth International (FoEI), Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of Social Solidarity Economy (RIPESS), Habitat International Coalition (HIC), the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) and the Transnational Institute (TNI).