Author name: Marc Martorell

Self-Assessment Tool for Municipalities on Time Policies 

The Self-Assessment Tool for Municipalities is a diagnostic tool designed to evaluate and enhance time management practices within a local government. It aims to identify strengths and areas of improvement in the way time is managed within public policy; covering various domains such as gender equality, mobility, business time organization, education, night-time policies, democracy and citizen services, leisure and culture and internal municipal policies.

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Time and Democracy and Night time policies: how time policies are a solution for these challenges 

Representatives of London, Trento and Strasbourg presented examples of best practices of night-time policies as implemented in their cities. These are all in relation to how they navigate the urban night from a holistic point of view, considering it in the frame of a 24-hour city. Night governance strategies and the model of Night Mayors

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Summer School of Time

The Summer School of Time is the first European training programme on time policies, an instrument that institutions can use to tackle time unrest (including time poverty). They aim at transforming the 21st-Century society in order to make it more egalitarian, more efficient, more sustainable, and healthier. The School offers two different formats to facilitate participants’ engagement: the on-line Citizen’s Summer School (10-12th June), and the on-site Public Officials Summer School (13-14th June).

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Experts ask political representatives to add the end of clock change in Europe in the UE Electoral Programes

The EU must end seasonal clock changes, as changing clocks to the wrong time zone negatively impacts individual health and the economy EU Parliament elections taking place the next coming June 9 are foreseen as a key opportunity to influence the different EU political parties/representatives to take a step forward, as the Council of the

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Strasbourg takes the lead from Bolzano, becoming the new World Capital of Time Policies

Sylvia Profanter, head of the Time Office at Bolzano Municipality, Christian Battisti, Councillor at Bolzano Municipality and Marina Lafay, Councillor in charge of Time Policies at the Strasbourg Municipality. On March 25, the municipality of Bolzano hosted the handover ceremony of the title of “Capital of Time Policies” to the city of Strasbourg, with a

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