Youth friendly cities and the demographic renewal of the periphery…

The monitoring indicators for the overall follow of the objective are:

  • Percentage of cities with direct participation structures for young people in urban planning and management.
  • Average share of open space in urban areas, open to public use by gender, age and people with disabilities.
  • Percentage of people who feel safe to walk on their own at their area of residence by gender, age and people with disabilities.
  • Percentage of individuals who are victims of physical or sexual harassment incidents, by sex, age, disability in public, in the last 12 months.
  • Percentage of accidents caused at playgrounds, including playgrounds in schools within the last 12 months.
  • Percentage of young people using playgrounds.
  • Percentage of certified playgrounds.
  • Percentage of population living closer than 500m from public recreation, school, market place.
  • Length of pedestrian and cycling network.
  • Percentage of residents in daily walking or cycling activity per gender and age.
  • Number of amenities provided (public toilets, outdoor and indoor seating facilities) for users of public spaces.
  • Percentage of children and young people using bicycles, skates, etc.
  • Percentage of public spaces with internet access.
  • Percentage of satisfied residents in terms of safety and comfort at existing public spaces, by gender, age and people with disabilities.
  • Frequency of social gatherings in public places.
  • Percentage of land used for urban transport.
  • Number and capacity of park and ride facilities in an area.
  • Total length of soft transport routes.
  • Number of crossings friendly to people with disabilities.
  • Number of bicycle safe parking spaces.
  • Average number of trips using public transport per person per day.
  • Number of persons commuting by gender, age and persons with disabilities.
  • Breakdown of commuting purpose of residents and visitors.
  • Percentage of monthly income spent on commuting by gender, age and people with disability.
  • Percentage of population less than 500m away from public transport station, by sex, age, and people with disabilities.
  • Percentage of population using public transport by gender, age and disability.
  • Percentage of monthly income spent in public transport by gender, age and disability.
  • Percentage of children and young people walking or cycling for school.
  • Percentage of cities with a bicycle share system.
  • Percentage of schools with safe road access.
  • Number of road and traffic safety training programs for per year.
  • Percentage of young people participating in events and campaigns that promote sustainable mobility.
  • Number of households participating in mobility management programs.
  • Percentage of on foot mobility by gender, age and people with disabilities.
  • Number of traffic accidents.
  • Number of road accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Percentage of residents, satisfied with the reliability, comfort and safety of public transport, by gender, age and people with disabilities.
  • Percentage of cities with educational programs on sustainable development.
  • Participation of young people in voluntary green action.
  • Percentage of participation of young people in training programs for sustainable development.
  • Percentage of cities with new training programs for sustainable development.
  • Collaborations achieved to support youth initiatives for sustainable consumption and production patterns.
  • Percentage of young people living in rural areas.
  • Percentage of young people active in rural areas.
  • Percentage of young people settling in the periphery and investing in the agricultural sector
  • Percentage of jobs offered to young people compared to total workforce.
  • Percentage of cities that created green jobs for young people in the last year.
  • Exposure to atmospheric and noise pollution.
  • Annual pollutant emissions per person.
  • Level of public support to green structures and networks.
  • Permanent population by age group.
  • Percentage of households with web access.
  • Percentage of young people benefited by public services by gender, age, disability, social group. Percentage of people that use municipal administration web services.
  • Percentage of population less than 500m away from essential service facilities.
  • Percentage of population that believes decision-making to be inclusive and responsive to the needs of the population, by gender, age, disability and population.
  • Percentage of population satisfied with public services by gender, age, disability and population.
  • Percentage of people who had at least one bribing related experience with a civil servant during the last year.
  • Percentage of cities publishing an annual report on the state of children and young people in their jurisdiction.
  • Percentage of cities with a youth strategy compatible with the core objectives of the National Strategic Youth ’17 -’27.
  • Percentage of cities that organize annual fora for children and adolescents or carry out Youth Weeks.
  • Percentage of cities that have adopted or support intergenerational cooperation programs.
  • Percentage of cities with programs that encourage youth initiatives.
  • Frequency of participation of young people in social or collective actions in their municipality.
  • Percentage of young people who feel excluded because of their economic situation.
  • Percentage of youth participation in organized city walks.
  • Percentage of young people unable to participate in leisure activities because of costs.
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