Small and medium-sized businesses in Lublin’s city centre are individually supported as the district is revived.
When homeless people are provided with a home, they have a better chance of overcoming unemployment and addiction.
A programme attracts and keeps qualified teachers in rural Sweden through a transparent scheme that rewards teachers who decide to stay long term, and allows them to gain qualifications on the job.
To overcome the language barriers in Kosovo, the Municipality of Kamenica holds courses for the Serbian and Albanian citizens who are interested in learning each other’s languages.
A local government in Belgium gives young people a voice to ensure their inclusion within policy structures, through a combination of digital participation and location-oriented work.
Youth from disadvantaged schools learn to take responsibility in a four-day fair, organising workshops and performances along various themes.
Brunnenpassage operates as a space for professional artists and amateurs to co-create art, thus fostering social cohesion in a highly diverse neighbourhood.
This project creates an ongoing dialogue and employment opportunities for Indigenous youth in mainstream settings.
Green urban spaces are designed to teach residents about rainwater retention through the creation of special gardens in residential and commercial properties.
Young and old share meals in the school canteen, open up each other’s worlds in the process, and engage in communal activities.
Coordinated pre-school activities compensate for a lack of kindergartens in a Commune of Poland with dispersed villages.
As an alternative to paying directly to the Municipality, taxpayers can voluntarily settle unpaid fees by working for the community.
Athens installs an effective mechanism coordinating initiatives and programmes for refugees by NGOs, government, institutions, donors, and civil society.
The programme is using a range of cultural activities – including dance, drama, and music –as an innovative way of tackling deprivation and building the self-confidence of children in Scotland.
A donation box for sharing objects is set up on the streets of Paris, welcoming an average of fifteen people every hour who are ready to circulate their items.
A digital literacy programme improves insight into technology for parents, which allows them understand their children better and engage with them more easily.
A community in Baden-Württemberg province provides a small, family-run, all-day primary school with a farmyard, acquainting schoolchildren with traditional farming methods and farm animals.
To report a problem in public space, users within this project can log the current location of the device used, specify the street address, or just click on a map of the application.
An open data website fosters trust between the city and its inhabitants, making its expenses and other assets transparent.