Project Partners

EUrbanities is the shared work of seven organizations from across Europe. Learn more about who we are below or via this interactive StoryMap.

ATU – Association for Urban Transition

ATU has helped urban transitions in Romania since 2001 through a transmission belt: from university to society and vice versa. ATU believes that stakeholder dialogue and interdisciplinary professional consideration are the core principles of successful spatial transformation processes. ATU’s project domains include historical centers, collective housing estates, slums, green areas, rural micro-regions, and brownfields. ATU specializes in identifying and working upon common space-related interests by defining methods for encouraging encounters and for passing messages through expressive arts or academic forums. ATU website:


CRN – Comparative Research Network

The Comparative Research Network (CRN) is an NGO that operates in the field of adult education. CRN specializes in training activities within the domains of intercultural competences, intergenerational learning, mobilities, and migration. CRN also specializes in creating and performing evaluation and dissemination processes. CRN website:



EURO-NET is a not-for-profit association based in Potenza, Italy. The association co-operates with many public administrations with which it has particular agreements for the diffusion of juvenile and adult activities. EURO-NET also helps juvenile and other types of organizations realize European programs. The association has realized over 290 European projects. EURO-NET website:


IRM – Institute of Urban Development

Instytut Rozwoju Miast – the Institute of Urban Development was established in the November 2002 by the Polish Minister of Infrastructure. IRM is a scientific and research institute. Its legacy contains a rich tradition and achievements in the areas of research and practical application of research results obtained in spatial planning, land management, environment shaping and protection, municipal and housing economies, building and real-estate management. IRM website:


Mine Vaganti NGO

Mine Vaganti NGO was born in 2009 and has 4 offices in Sassari (Youth Center), Uri, Olbia and Tempio covering all the North of Sardinia. MVNGO promotes intercultural dialogue, social inclusion through Sport and environmental protection using NFE. It is part of 3 international networks such as YEE, ISCA and MV International. MVNGO is an educational training provider at local and European level and has a consultant role for public and private bodies. Programmes: E+, H2020, COSME, EFC, Creative Europe, EaSi, UNDEF, EYF, F.Sud and Anna Lindh, Open Society. Mine Vaganti website:

Regional Research Institute

The Regional Research Institute is member institution of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies. It aims to undertake theoretical and empirical studies on the fields of the regional development in Eastern, Central and South-eastern Europe, Hungary’s regional (social and economic) processes and related territorially targeted policies. The participating researchers are focusing on social and spatial inequalities, exclusion and urban development processes. Regional Research Institute website:



UrbanisTimo is a Helsinki-based sole proprietorship for research and consulting toward more humane cities. UrbanisTimo harnesses the latest insights in 21st-century urbanism and offers a range of services from research & analysis, presentations, and advisory partnerships to content creation & communications in the fields of urban policy, urban planning, cultural urban development and public participation. UrbanisTimo website: