A series of urban sites across Europe, with programme briefs, are proposed to competitors who then chose the site(s) on which they wish to submit their proposal(s).
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In each country a national jury judges the projects and the Europan Scientific Committee then compares and analyses the projects together on a European level, launching the debate between the sites representatives and the jury members during a Forum. Finally, the national jury meets a second time to make the final decision of the winning teams.
Prize-winning teams are then helped by the Europan organisers to secure
commissions to be implemented. After the announcement of the results, meetings are or- ganised for each site with the city representatives, the juries and the winning teams.
Prize-winning proposals are exhibited and published on a national level. On a European scale, a results catalogue is published and an inter-sessions meeting is organised to gather the rewarded teams, the sites representatives, the juries and the organisers to discuss the results.
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