Local Urban Development European Network (LUDEN)
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1989, as Quartiers en crise, an exchange programme for professionals in deprived urban areas. From 1991 to 1994, a network within the framework of U-XF2737 - Regions and Cities of Europe (RECITE Programme). Subsequently changed title to Association for the Regeneration of Neighbourhoods in Crisis -- Association internationale pour la revitalization des quartiers en crise, 1994, when became a formal association registered in accordance with Belgian law. Later known as Quartiers en Crise - European Regeneration Areas Network (QEC-ERAN). Present name adopted, 2010.
Act as a network for mutual cooperation which focuses on major transitions that are taking place across the EU and touch cities, towns and the surrounding countryside.
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