HEALTH CARE, SOCIAL SECURITY, HOUSING, MOBILITY
THE 10 FINALISTS
A free security wristband connects elderly and disabled residents with a 24-hour emergency response team.
Public transport operational areas become dual-use intelligent distribution hubs, to help reduce delivery vehicle traffic and promote sustainability goals in the city.
This project in Milan represents ‘a meal across generations’ as senior citizens share their lunchtime with schoolchildren, increasing social cohesion.
This initiative motivates seniors to reconsider their relationship with food, educates them about nutritional values, promotes cooking, and brings people together for many events, with the aim of fighting malnutrition and its effects on senior citizens.
A social enterprise facilitates the transition from urban to rural living by working with rural communities to help them integrate new arrivals.
An outdoor adventure playground gives children the opportunity to explore nature with their peers under the supervision of specially trained play workers.
Feminist architecture, focusing on female requirements in urban space in a Stockholm neighbourhood, makes women feel safer and more at ease.
Hamburg adopts the DB Rad+ app which employs gamification techniques and incentives to encourage cycling, and enables the city to make targeted infrastructure developments and promote local businesses.
A Municipality in Bulgaria offers free public transport by purchasing its own buses instead of hiring a company to provide the service.
Affordable summer childcare options are provided to all interested families in Vienna.