As an alternative to paying directly to the Municipality, taxpayers can voluntarily settle unpaid fees by working for the community.
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 progressive plan prepares the city for a potentially large influx of refugees, considering the impacts on the inhabitants and coordinating City Council action with NGOs, volunteers, and citizens.
Urban volunteers at six locations guide people in need through the extensive social services network of the city, help make appointments, and assist in applying for financial support.
A city policy in Gdańsk delivers equally accessible quality services for migrants, and offers a support network to help with integration.
Citizens enable the integration of refugees in a small town in Western Austria by providing language training and job orientation.
The Laboratory experiments with modern ideas of collaboration and finds fresh impulses for the Swiss political system, which is based on voluntary participation.
‘Speed dating’ for non-profits and companies paves pathways of mutual support, exploring opportunities for cooperation without using payments.
This online platform makes it easy for volunteers to find the placements that suit them best, and for organisations to announce their vacancies.