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Healthy Cities CZ

Healthy Cities
of the Czech Republic

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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The annual Meeting of Czech Healthy Regions took place on Thursday 12 February 2015 in the Liberec Region. The purpose of this meeting was to share proved procedures and inspiration in relation to development of WHO Healthy City / Region Project and discuss mutual cooperation with municipalities, sub-regions and towns and cities within the terms of the specific region. Representatives of the Liberec, South Moravian and Vysocina regions shared their experience.
(22.4.2015)
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The team of Czech Healthy Cities Network wish you a successful year 2015. We would also like to thank you for your support and cooperation.

PF 2015

 

(1.1.2015)
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The Czech Healthy Cities Network reached a total of 119 members at the end of 2014 – cities, Prague city districts, towns, micro-regions and local action groups. We sincerely welcome all our new members to the association and we wish them much success in all their activities, related to their membership.
(13.1.2015)
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At the beginning of the year 2014 it was not only members of the HCCZ who won awards for their activities in the field of the quality of public services. Healthy cities Chrudim, Koprivnice, Litomerice and Vsetin and Healthy town Krizanky were all awarded the silver prize for quality in the field of public administration for 2013 and for realisation of a local Agenda 21 (LA21). The Healthy cities of Koprivnice (model CAF), Prestice and Sternberk (ČSN EN ISO 9001) were awarded the silver prize for other methods of quality in the field of public administration. Representatives of Healthy cities Hlucin, Jihlava, Prostejov, Prestice, Ricany, Tabor, Trebic, Uherske Hradiste and Velke Mezirici, the Healthy Moravian-Silesian Region, the Healthy Vysocina Region and the Healthy Prague 21 City District took receipt of the Bronze prize for application of LA21. The representatives of Healthy city Nove Mesto na Morave (model CAF) and the Regional Office of the Moravian-Silesian Region (EMAS) took receipt of the bronze prize for other methods of quality in the field of public administration. The prestigious prize for innovation in the field of public administration for 2013 was awarded to the Healthy city of Jihlava (Commenting on the town plan on-line), Koprivnice (Improvement of the effectiveness of utilisation of the results of quality methods and tools in the field of public administration for management of the Town and Municipal Office in Kopřivnice), twice to Uherske Hradiste (The agenda of the Department of Administration of Municipal Property within the Internet/Intranet environment and e-Analysis of security) and the Healthy Prague - Libus City District (The Prague - Libuš city district’s approach to transformation of migrants from third countries through new legal working habits to an active resident under the conditions of a small city district, particularly using the project titled “Everyone together on the employment market” and other projects).
(13.1.2015)
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A number of regular and one-off thematic events, which the Czech Healthy Cities Network (HCCZ) prepared not only for its members, took place throughout the year. The three-day HC Schools, which are part of the professionally accredited education system, always also includes introductory seminars focusing on current topics and are open to all interested parties from among representatives of towns, cities and regions and their professional partners. The HCCZ also organises methodological meetings for regions and Prague city districts for the purpose of sharing best practices. The HCCZ thematic section titled “Involvement of young people in cities“, the ”Volunteering in towns - how to?“ conference and interesting and popular events with international participation on the topic of “Housing estates - what next?“ all took place in 2014.
(14.1.2015)
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The two-year project by the Czech Healthy Cities Network and other partners from the Czech Republic and abroad, titled “Volunteering and Community Service (performed by unemployed) in Municipalities?“, ended on the last day of November. The topic is not new – a number of elements have been running for many years in this country and abroad. But the interconnection between municipalities and regions and the search for what voluntary work provides them with and, on the contrary, what municipalities can do for voluntary work, is new. Thanks to support by the European Social Fund and the Human Resources and Employment Operation Programme, hundreds of representatives of municipal and regional offices, as well as not-for-profit organizations and other interested parties from all over the Czech Republic could receive training on this topic. Demonstration events were organised, partnerships between municpalities and volunteering organisations were established and interesting publications for laypersons and professionals and a short inspirational film were created.
(14.1.2015)
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Another service was launched for members of the Czech Healthy Cities Network in 2014. A regular Internet webinar was added to targeted personal or telephone consultations, which are the association’s service most valued by city coordinators.
(14.1.2015)
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The Public Healthy City Forum is a meeting during which participants determine the biggest problems in the area. This meeting is attended not only by local residents and self-government representatives, but also representatives of not-for-profit organisations, schools and other experts from outside. The Forum also offers inspiration to other interested parties from cities, towns and regions nearby. During the Public Healthy City Forum participants are able to vote on the 10P – ten problems, which are subsequently verified by a questionnaire with the participation of a wider group of residents. Participants of this event are also informed how previous problems, which resulted from the public meeting last year, were resolved.
A Public Healthy City or Town Forum took place in 51 places in 2014. The Public Healthy City Litomerice Forum was attended by the most participants, the event was visited by 200 citizens.
(14.1.2015)
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World No Tobacco Day is an international campaign dedicated to the prevention of diseases related with use of tobacco products. The campaign is celebrated every year on May 31st and is supported by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The campaign is also endorsed by the members of the Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic (HCCZ). This year of the campaign primarily concentrates on the topic of raising taxes on tobacco products as a tool to reduce their use from the part of consumers.
(24.6.2014)
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Healthy City Public Forum is a meeting where people define the major problems in a given municipality and determine the 10P - ten problems through voting. The result is consequently verified in a poll engaging a wider range of citizens. The participants of the forum also find out more about how their problems raised at the previous year's meeting had been dealt with. This meeting with the public is not only attended by the local policy representatives, but also by the representatives of non-profit organisations, schools and other external experts.
(24.6.2014)
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At the end of April 2014, the viewer rating of Facebook profile of the Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic reached the record number of 10 000 of followers ("like" sign). Within the Czech Republic, this is a very good result in the segment of non-commercial sites. HCCZ have been using Facebook for promotion since 2011.
(24.6.2014)
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Under the auspices of the WHO office in Europe, the City of Izmir, Turkey, hosted the Fifth Annual Business Meeting and Technical Conference of the WHO European Healthy Cities Network and the Network of European National Healthy Cities Networks on 20–22 September 2013. The Network unites 30 national networks with more than 1,400 Healthy Cities and Municipalities. Overall, the conference was attended by 270 participants from 27 countries – in particular representatives of cities, their networks or professional organisations. The Conference gave priority to the current discussions on the WHO Healthy City Project in its 5th Phase and evaluation process of the activities performed. The overarching theme of the Conference was "Innovation through leadership and shared governance for health and well-being". WHO issued a detailed material that summarises individual presentations and workshop outputs.
(31.3.2014)
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