Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic
This is just some illustrative information and chosen activities from Czech Healthy Cities translated into English.
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150 participants, 16 presentations, 9 good practice awards, gala reception - information, inspirations but also fun on the 26th Czech Healthy Cities Conference. Watch a short video...
Over 1200 people participated in educational, discussion and many other events organized by Czech Healthy Cities.
In 2019, as in the previous years, Czech Healthy Cities network provided its members with a wide range of services.
Healthy Cities, Towns and Regions hold regular meetings for their citizens to discuss the most burning issues concerning the place where they live.
In the year 2019 we created and provided our members a number of practical tools and tested many methodological procedures intended for municipalities and regions.
The new members of Czech Healthy Cities, Towns and Regions in 2019 are: municipal districts Prague 1, Prague 11, Cities of Vimperk, Bystrice, Jilove u Prahy, Kraliky, Kresice, Halenkov and LAG Podripsko.
We have published 7 on-line Newsletters on our website reporting on the latest developments in a given month, including its translation into English. The Newsletters were sent to more than 2000 addresses in the Czech Republic and to nearly 300 addresses abroad.
More than 150 participants came to inspire (themselves) at the Czech Healthy Cities School, which took place in Hodonin.
Czech Healthy Cities together with university experts prepare a unique methodology in the field of housing quality.
On November 15, 2019, a special part of the HCCZ webinar was held on projects, news and cooperation offers on the topic of SUSTAINABLE ENERGY and SAVINGS in cities, municipalities and regions.
Czech Healthy Cities value not only the exchange of good practices but also active cooperation with a number of expert partners.
On October 11, 2019, a special Healthy Cities webinar sequel was held to look at conceptual preparation of Czech cities for demographic changes related to the aging of a large part of their residents.