UrbanTestbeds.JR, focusing on young citizens engagement in urban transformation and experimentation, has launched a series of knowledge and capacity building workshops with partners and associated partners from Hamburg/Germany, Aarhus/Denmark, Luleå/Sweden and Valmiera/Latvia. Stream one focuses on Young Citizens Engagement experiences, methodologies and formats, especially utilizing urban data and digital or hybrid engagements means. Stream two focuses on AI, artificial intelligence, as supportive method to deconstruct climate plans and match them with young citizens’ sustainable neighbourhood perspectives and priorities, but also as an engagement format and for supporting storytelling. Associated partners include AI Sweden, the Children’s Architecture Center Hamburg, Coding Pirates Denmark, as well as Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences in Latvia.