The finalists for this year’s awards have demonstrated unique approaches to global issues, particularly during a time of multiple crises threatening our society. The awards will be presented in Brussels on 14 June 2023, as part of the Brussels Urban Summit, which will be co-hosted by Eurocities. The finalists include Barcelona, Hamburg, and The Hague for the Managing the Energy Crisis sustainability category; Bilbao, Ghent, and Rzeszów for the From Human Global Mobility to Local Community Cohesion category; and Leeds, London and Lublin for the Young People Co-Creating Public Spaces category. The winners will be chosen by an independent jury of five members, and the awards ceremony will take place during a gala dinner at the Gare Maritime in Brussels.
A detailed list of nominees and their case studies can be found here.