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Time Use Week 2023

The Time Use Week is the international event for promoting knowledge and inspiration cases on time policies. Researchers, political institutions, social organisations, and citizens from all over the world participate and push the debate, advocating from their different fields of expertise, towards a better social time organisation. The upcoming tenth edition will take place between October 16th and 20th in Barcelona, under the motto “Towards a new time balance”.

foro iberoamericano

II Foro Iberoamericano de los Horarios y el Tiempo

The 2nd Ibero-American Time and Schedules Forum is the second edition of the summit for time organisation in Latin America. It is a series of conferences based on exchanging policies, experiences, and knowledge in relation to time policies. The targeted audience are researchers, public officials, and civil society from Ibero-America.

Time, mobility, and sustainability: an opportunity to increase resilience

The Local and Regional Time Agenda second topic tackles a time-related topic of global relevance: “Time, mobility and sustainability: an opportunity to increase resilience”, a compilation of time policies grouped by different topics as well as practical recommendations on how to implement them. It includes aspects on how to deal with the rush hour, how to implement cities of 15 minutes, and how to bring sustainable mobility to urban areas, among others.

upcoming time policies events in 2023

Upcoming time policies events in 2023

Time organisation is beginning to be put at the centre of the political agenda, and time policies are attracting the interest from a myriad of actors from all over the world. During 2023, there will be new milestones for advancing in understanding how social time use affects our societies, and what can be done on the issue by different stakeholders.

Time Use Week 2022

The Time Use Week is the main global event aimed at promoting the exchange of knowledge and good practices in time policies. It gathers researchers, public institutions, social partners, and citizenry from all over the world. The ninth edition took place from 24th to 26th October in Barcelona, with some events happening virtually also the 27th. The topic was time and (in-)equalities.

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