The European Commission awarded a project to foster time policies in European Municipalities

The partnership including the Local and Regional Governments TIME Network has been awarded by the Citizens, Equality, Rights, and Values (CERV) programme from the European Commission. The project, called “Time4All”, aims to foster time policies and ensure the recognition of the right to time as a right for all citizens. 

It includes 20 organisations representing municipalities, metropolises, and regions from Italy, Spain, France, Austria, Germany, Belgium, and Greece.

Right to “free” time, an objective for consensus building

From the 24th to 26th October, the ninth Time Use Week —the international meeting point on time policies— was held. Over 150 panellists from all over the world representing universities, companies, and organisations took part in the event. They reflected on the relation between time use and the inequalities —poverty— it creates, and whether the right to time must be a right in the 21st Century.

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