Béla Kézy is an urban development specialist, working with urban areas in Hungary and also in other European countries for over 15 years. He has been involved in various transnational projects, facilitating the exchange of practices, know-how and key learnings. Béla has been working with various URBACT partnerships, facilitating a multitude of workshops, using participative methods to identify good practices. He was the national trainer in Hungary for URBACT, and at the 2013 URBACT Summer University he worked as a Lab Manager and trainer working with a group of 30 people from across Europe to share knowledge, good practices using the URBACT method. He has ample experience in working with diverse transnational groups using participatory methods; he also has strong presentation skills and experience in extracting learning points, lessons from local practices, cases.