This online tool is developed to connect public administration and other groups of society (especially the youth), by providing a toolbox for digital participation.
Weekly, organised meetings in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, give young people a voice, and let them discuss and bring ideas to the local Municipality.
A Bulgarian Municipality uses a geothermal water source to heat its schools and public buildings, and teaches the necessary know-how in a seminar.
This network helps refugee students achieve success within higher education institutes through mentoring, coordination, and prepared information.
A programme in Chieuti expands the range of services for people with mental disabilities, and offers a way of inclusion in an olive processing and bottling factory.
A programme in Palermo provides a support system for unaccompanied migrant minors with skills training, work placement, and social housing.
A programme of scholarships, training, and competitions encourages students to come study in the the City of Łódź, Poland, and stay for a lifetime career.
A programme in Falun, Sweden, inspires future chefs with organised competitions and motivates them to take on the profession.
An Interrail pass grants free travel on trains to all young Europeans, for one month of their choice, when they turn 18.
A centre is designed for young people where they can organise their own timetable, share ideas and hobbies, and work on projects together.
The integration of local educational institutes into ‘learning neighbourhoods’ in Vienna enhances education and the wider community for children up to 18 years of age.
This EU initiative allows young people to volunteer in different community service projects around Europe and supports them in the process.
Am online platform encourages civic and political engagement of children and adolescents in the Canton, and recognises them as citizens.
The digital Open Commons Linz provides access to digital media for all, creating an inclusive and inspiring city environment.
Modern educational methods are used to improve the digital and media literacy of young people in Bulgaria.
Young people apply to become active citizens and help support, maintain, and create their city’s heritage.
Innovative Schools are recognised for their inspiring work with a title, and encouraged to support other schools to follow in their footsteps.
Young participants are invited to solve cultural challenges in their home city with the support of mentors and professionals.