the city must respond to the needs of young people
A large city that responds to the needs of users: be ecological, provide in apartments, respond to the needs of activity – the mayors of Prague, Budapest, Bratislava, Warsaw and Gdańsk stated in the debate on Campus Polska Przyszłość.
The mayor of Bratislava, Matúš Vallo, admitted that Bratislava is close to Vienna, Prague or Brno and that young people often leave his city. “They choose places where things get even better.
Mayor of Gdańsk Dulkiewicz Cleaning that there is listening to the departure from the inhabitants, incl. Creating through the creation of participatory budgets, or creating youth councils in secondary schools, which are part of the youth group.
In turn, the mayor of Prague, Zdeněk, said that for his city, the HGB was a problem of the lack of housing for young people. Without them, he admitted, young people would not plan their future in Prague. “Public housing had to be sold out.
The Mayor of Budapest, Karascona, emphasized that, in terms of the outflow of young people, it is also a city. He admitted that responding to the needs that had fallen out ahead of the response. “My sooner than the government we moved in wearing face masks in a pandemic, faster than the government took care of the refugees,” he enumerated.
Young people asked local government officials, among others about how they flow through their city. “I think one of the main ones is being the fastest rivers. It will be easier to attract young people when it opens to the river than they made a highway on their banks, ”said Karascony.
The mayor of Bratislava, Matúš Vallo, said that his city would open up to the Danube in four years, incl. restoring the river and making it accessible. for anglers.
“City access to the river is a choice.
Rafał Trzaskowski emphasized that there are also boulevards on the Vistula River and that the city restored the river to its inhabitants. The mayor of Warsaw was also asked why there are so few trees in the center of Warsaw. “In order to go with the boss to the urbanka, he thinks that they wanted to solve the problem, for example, the Starów will not be due” – informed that it was possible to negotiate a new planting, that there would be no future, that Chmielna Street would be green in the future.
Shortened positions in the debate of local government officials emphasize that they are available in the territory of a self-governing country, which offers advice in the reconstruction of the country’s destroyed cities. “Warsaw and Gdańsk are already sending help to the Ukrainian city,” say Dulkiewicz and Trzaskowski.