The French Partnership for Cities and Territories is a multi-partners platform that gathers a wide range of stakeholders committed to sustainable urban and territorial policies (local authorities, ministries, private sector, NGOs, experts, researchers etc.). In 2021, all the members worked in groups on various and main topics (health, food, culture, transborder cooperation, housing, informal settlements, resilience, biodiversity, digital, mobility and women) for the implementation of sustainable urban development based on a prospective approach. How would be the future of cities and territories in 2050, if the SDGs have been achieved according to these topics? What concrete actions must be implemented in the 10 upcoming years to reach the objectives? The outputs of these groups, under the form of recommendations and inspiring experiences, mean also to serve the implementation of the urban agendas. The work of these groups highlighted inspiring practices implemented by French and European stakeholders. The work helped by Science Po students for the PFVT is focusing on the articulation of the New Urban Agenda and the Urban Agenda for the European Union represents a base of question and reflexion on how to improve the implementation of the agendas in Europe and how Europe is at the forefront. The event French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the 1rst of February organized by the Ministry of Ecological Transition and the PFVT, was a first milestone to share common commitments with European stakeholders and to identify concrete tools for the implementation of the agendas on different topics (multi-level commitments, biodiversity, land-use sobriety and affordable housing, cross-border cooperation, health and food, women in the cities, and urban project management). In fact, it is necessary to ensure for all stakeholders, from the citizen to above, to understand, to join and to act concretely and with ambition on common bases and values, for the implementation of urban agendas. Therefore, we questioned: how the European urban agenda can be a spearhead and inspiring process to implement the new urban agenda? This event at the WUF will gather a panel of French, European and UN-Habitat representatives. It will be an opportunity to pursue the reflexions and discussions engaged by the work of the members of the PFVT and during the symposium to highlight Eurepean tools about the implementation of the urban agenda.