Published on 1 January 2022
he Lublin 2030 Strategy is the result of a complex participatory process, with city-dwellers as the co-authors of the development vision and concept, said Krzysztof Żuk, Mayor of Lublin. Work on the Lublin 2030 Strategy lasted 3 years, and included about 15,000 respondents at all stages and levels – residents, experts, as well as a number of organisations and institutions. Over the course of several hundred open thematic meetings, debates, discussions, workshops, a process of quantitative and qualitative research and during two-stage social consultations, together formed a vision of Lublin 2030.
The Strategy document focuses on five fundamental sections and areas, explains Mariusz Sagan, Head of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department.
Lublin 2030 is to be:
– creative, academic and entrepreneurial
– green and sustainable in terms of urban planning
– open, multigenerational and socially engaged
– creative, open and hospitable
For each of these areas, there are specific objectives and goals to be accomplished.The finalized document will shortly be issued in a printed version in three languages – Polish, English and Russian.
The Lublin 2030 Strategy was created within the EU project “Let’s invent Lublin together: we participate in the creation of an intelligent Lublin 2030 Strategy” as part of the grant competition “Human Smart Cities: smart cities co-created by residents” organised by the Ministry of Funds and Regional Policy. The project is co-financed by the European Union under the Cohesion Fund – Operational Programme Technical Assistance 2014-2020 and from the national budget.
The document is available on the Lublin.eu website.
In other news from Lublin:
On 1 December 2021, the Lublin Students Council had its first sitting. Lublin student representatives will support the local government, among other things, in creating a positive image of Lublin as a great place to study. Their tasks will also include undertaking activities aimed at strengthening various academic areas.
The Council consists of 26 members, representing three student organisations (AIESEC, ELSA and IFMSA) and nine universities in Lublin: Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Lublin University of Technology, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Medical University of Lublin, University of Entrepreneurship and Administration, the University of Economics and Innovation, the Wincenty Pol Academy of Applied Sciences in Lublin and the University of Social Sciences in Lublin.
As part of the competition, students from all over the world were encouraged to create a short film that composed of innovative images, guided and inspired by its evocative power.
Witold Malczyński’s success is even greater as he became the first laureate of the “Grand Prix” from Poland (Eastern Europe). The award was presented during a ceremonial gala on January 21 in Paris, this year. The gala in Paris was held with the financial support of the City of Lublin.
This is the main motto of the Startup Preschool that will take place in Lublin on 18-20 March. The event is organised by the City of Lublin, EPI – European Pact for Integration Startup Migrants, and Lubelski Park Naukowo-Technologiczny SA.
The Preschool is a 3-day intensive course in entrepreneurship. Participants learn to develop their ideas into a business plan and get help to realize these. The final product of the event will be a pitch deck. The workshops will be combined with speeches by business founders, accounting advisers, and representatives of startup incubators.
Date: 18-20 March 2022
Place: Lublin Science and Technology Park
The event will be held in English!
Enrollment to the startup school opened in mid January:
More information at: https://www.forskole.no/en/event/startup-preschool-lublin-poland-18-20-march/
On 21 December 2021 the Minister of Education and Science, Przemysław Czarnek, participated in the official opening of Lublin Erasmus+ HUB. It is a center for youth projects, which will be based at the Collegium Iuridicum of the Catholic University of Lublin.
Lublin’s Erasmus+ HUB is the first Polish cross-sectoral innovation center that integrates the potential of Lublin universities, schools, vocational training centers, and entrepreneurs for the purpose of building the education system and shaping professional competences.
The Centre will be a place for information meetings, lectures presenting good practices and project results, with particular emphasis on projects related to youth. In addition, the HUB will participate in the events prepared for the European Youth Capital 2023 in Lublin, and will influence the region and neighboring provinces. The Catholic University of Lublin is the first university in Poland where the Erasmus+ Hub Youth Project Centre was established.