Sendzimir Foundation becomes a partner under EU CHAMP Project

On the 4th of June 2011, embedded in the Bonn Resilient Cities 2011 Conference, the CHAMP Project launched the European Partnership for Integrated Sustainability Management. The Sendzimir Foundation became responsible for building a training hub in Poland.


As you can read it in the CHAMP Newsletter:

The aim of this Partnership is perfectly expressed by the saying of Aristotle. By launching a European Partnership of practitioners and promoters of IMS, we hope to go beyond the impact we could achieve as a group of individual organizations and, thus, multiply impact. We understand this act as an important contribution to mainstreaming and a practical way of applying the EU integrated approach in numerous European local and regional governments.

A European Partnership to support the EU integrated approach
The European Partnership fosters the CHAMP goals to establish training capacity and serves as a competence platform for knowledge growth and exchange supporting integrated management in EU local and regional governments. It immediately supports the EU Cohesion Policy and Territorial Agenda as well as the implementation of EU environmental legislation and processes like the EU Covenant of Mayors or the Aalborg Commitments.

More information about the CHAMP Project can be found here.