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Muratli


1 - Le territoire

Muratlı is a Town in East Thrace of 20,000 inhabitants.

Muratlı is a town and a district of Tekirdağ Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It is located at 24 km north of the town of Tekirdağ and on the railway line from Istanbul to the Bulgarian border. It covers an area of 427 km², and the population is about 20,000. The district has hot summers and cold winters. Despite having good flat farmland watered by the River Ergene, and the beginnings of industrial development too, Muratlı is insignificant and sandwiched between the larger towns of Tekirdağ and Çorlu. The town consists of one or two shopping streets, a couple of banks and the railway station. The town does have places selling the famous Tekirdağ köfte and plenty of locally produced wine can be found in the shops. The people mainly live in cheaply built two-storey houses, the streets poorly paved. The population is the traditional Thracian rural mixture of the descendants of Turks that migrated from Bulgaria (in the early 20th century) and Gypsies.


2 - La plate-forme

Muratli is without a citizens' assembly but has a coordination group constituted ad hoc to participate in Responding Together project. Six ideas for actions are being debated to be carried out.


3 - Le processus

 


4 - Résultats

Phase Étape Réalisé
1 Homogenous groups Groupes homogènes 0
2 Criteria Critères de bien-être 0 Statistiques standard
Indicators Indicateurs de bien-être (3è cycle) 0%
3 Diagnosis Diagnostic général
Indicators diagnosis Diagnostic des indicateurs de bien-être
4 Scenarios Planning et scénarios
5 Codecision Outils pour la codécision et l'engagement
6 Actions Actions et projets 0
7 Coevaluations Co-évaluations d'impact
8 Platform evaluation Auto-évaluation du processus de la plate-forme

5 - Partenariats, échanges et besoins de soutien



6 - Autres informations


Co-Acte

Synthèse territoriale Co-Acte - Muratli

7 - Contact

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