Project PACTE to hold first workshop on Active Cities in Liverpool on 15-16 November
With over 200 million inactive citizens, physical inactivity has become one of the most pressing challenges in Europe. Despite growing scientific evidence and political attention on the benefits of promoting healthy lifestyles at national and European levels in recent years, the sedentary crisis is developing.
We believe there is an opportunity to reverse this trend and that cities have a fundamental role to play. What role can a city play? What are the main elements of an Active City?
This workshop is open to anyone from city leaders, local representatives, urban planners to experts involved in promoting physical activity in urban areas. It will explore, discuss and challenge the main elements of an Active City.
Please see below the tentative agenda for this workshop.
The workshop will start at 13.00 on Thursday 15th November and finish at 13.30 on Friday 26th November but participants are invited to attend an optional field trip during the afternoon of Friday 26th November from 13.30. Please advise if you wish to attend the field trip when confirming your attendance.
Travel and meals
Lunches on site will be covered by the organisers. Dinner on the 16th is the responsibility of participants.
National and local transport will be covered by the workshop organisers up to 100 EUR for one representative from your organisation.
Participants are invited to book travel on their own and claim reimbursement after the meeting.
Getting to Liverpool
More information will be provided to you in due course, once travel details are confirmed.
Accommodation & Meeting Venue
The meeting and accommodation venue is the Jurys Inn Liverpool, 31 Keel Wharf, Liverpool, L3 4FN. Please advise if you require special assistance regarding accessibility.
Please note that the number of funded participants are limited. We encourage you to register fast.
Please confirm your attendance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 19th October.