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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 10th National Conference on Quality in Public administration hosted a ceremony of awarding Prizes of the Ministry of Interior for quality and innovation in public administration in 2013. The ceremony was held in Aldis Congress Centre in Hradec Kralove. Members of the CZ National Network of Healthy Cities succeeded in all categories. They won awards for realisation of Local Agenda 21, i.e., for practical employment of sustainable development principles and active cooperation of the office with the public, but also for application of other methods of quality in public administration. The Healthy Cities also include several holders of prestigious Prizes for Innovation.
(31.3.2014)
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On Tuesday of February 11, 2014, the regular Meeting of Healthy Regions took place at the Regional Office of the South-Moravian Region. The aim of the event was to share the approved practices and inspirations related with development of Healthy Regions and discuss mutual cooperation with towns, sub-regions and cities in a given region. Experience from practice was presented by the representatives of South-Moravian, Vysocina, Liberec, Pilsen and Moravian-Silesian Regions. Representative of the Capital City of Prague, that has been a HCCZ member since 2013, was also present at the meeting for the first time.
(31.3.2014)
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In the long run, the Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic have been collecting best practice examples from various fields and linked thus gained information purposefully. A thematic portal was launched last autumn, offering a host of information related with the issue of seniors. Best practice examples and a much more other information, statistical data and partners are available on the new Healthy Cities website titled Senior Friendly Cities. The thematic portal serves both representatives of the cities and their offices as well as other organisations as inspiration for their senior-friendly activities. The cities can learn how to accommodate seniors further and use the potential brought to the society by this group.
(31.3.2014)
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Share with us our 2013 Summary Newsletter with selected activities and events of Czech Healthy Cities that took place in the last year.

(14.1.2014)
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In 2013, the Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic that unite municipalities of all sizes, sub-regions, regions as well as local action groups, extended to the current 115 members. The upcoming twentieth year of Association's activity in the Czech Republic brought entry of important strategic or active members and confirmed the trend of growth in the Czech Republic.
(6.1.2014)
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Healthy City Public Forum is a meeting attended not only by the local inhabitants and local administration representatives, but also by the representatives of local non-profit organisations, schools and other external experts. The forum offers inspiration to interested parties from municipalities. The participants of Healthy City Public Forum define the main problems in a given municipality and vote to determine top ten problems that are consequently verified in a poll, involving a wider circle of citizens. The participants of the event also find out more about how their problems raised at the meeting held on the previous year had been dealt with. In 2013, more than 35 such forums took place in the Czech municipalities, with participation of more than 2800 people.
(6.1.2014)
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In the last months ended a two-year project of Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic Association titled "Quality and Efficient Strategic Management in Municipalities". Owing to support from the European Social Fund and Operational Programme of Human Resources and Employment, hundreds of representatives of municipal, town or regional offices across Czech Republic could be trained. Both small municipalities and large cities received targeted consultations and advisory services focused on how to plan and manage their development well. Several IT tools available online have been prepared to facilitate the cities' work with their strategies or budgets.
(6.1.2014)
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The cities, municipalities and regions have many opportunities of how to create friendly environment for senior age population. Elimination of barriers, sufficient offer of health and social services, but for instance also that of leisure activities. All these elements help to enhance the life of seniors. The Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic have been collecting in the long run the best practice examples, among others from the area of care for elderly. Now you can find the inspiration gained as well as range of other information, data and partners "under one roof" at the new Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic webportal Age-friendly Cities that was launched on the occasion of International Day of Older Persons on October 1, 2013. The thematic portal can serve as inspiration for age-friendly activities to municipal representatives and their offices, but also to all other organisations. Find out more at www.MestoSeniorum.cz
(14.10.2013)
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The representatives of Czech Healthy Cities Network were invited to take part in a panel discussion during the Open Days in Brussels - the 11th European week for European Regions and Cities. The conference named “Towards a European Model of a Sustainable City” was dedicated to the ongoing Reference Framework for European Sustainable Cities (RFSC) – a toolkit for integrated approach in planning of the development of cities and regions.
(14.10.2013)
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20th Jubilee HCCZ Conference took place this year on September 18 and 19 in Olomouc. The two-day event was opened with a presentation of the most advanced cities, municipalities and regions who hold the category "B" of Local Agenda 21. The cities presented included Chrudim, Koprivnice, Litomerice, Prostejov, Vsetin, Krizanky municipality and a sub-region of Drahanska vrchovina. Information to the support of LA21 or in general to financial resources for municipalities has been introduced by the representatives of the State Environmental Fund or Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Regional Development and international organisation Energy Cities. The first day of the event was attended by 140 persons.
(14.10.2013)
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In the recent years, Healthy Cities have been using short videos for their presentation, whether as attractive invitations to events or brief and well-arranged coverages of the municipal affairs. On the page of www.ZdravaMesta.cz/video you can find an overview of the most interesting material - selected videos of association describe in words and pictures the real-life meaning of notions such as Healthy municipality, city and region. The above mentioned video channel is an opportunity to further promote activities and inspire others. The considerable success is also achieved in the Czech Republic and abroad by the Facebook, presentation of Healthy Cities. The presentation is already "liked" by almost nine and a half thousands of visitors.
(14.10.2013)
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With its entry to Healthy Cities of the Czech Republic, the capital City of Prague joined the European capitals that follow the international WHO Healthy City Project. Now, Prague is able to support the activities of many of its city districts that had already joined the Healthy City and local Agenda 21 programmes. The interest in HCCZ membership also increases in other large cities and regions. The Moravian-Silesian Region and another county town, the statutory City of Liberec also recently joined the association. HCCZ currently have 113 members, including Prague, five regions and a number of large cities. Overall, the member cities, municipalities and regions represent more than one half of the Czech Republic (56 percent of population).
(15.7.2013)
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