Cloud technologies in schools in Bulgaria enable higher-quality education, coordinated materials for teachers, and a good portion of virtual fun, boosting pupils’ interest.
Integrative housing in Munich lets young refugees share a living space with local students, supported by social workers 24/7, with an in-house cafeteria that is open to the surrounding community.
Lower fees reward waste separation and recycling, which alongside a developing social awareness, leads to more recycling.
A law protecting the hearing-impaired leads to a new system in place, granting equal access to public services and the availability of video sign-language interpreting.
A framework supported by the European Commission facilitates apprenticeships across borders, letting young people in vocational training catch up with university students in terms of international experiences.
This is the supermarket where the notion of “eating local” finds its most accomplished form of expression; behind each product offered for sale there is a producer who commits himself and is present in the shop in direct contact with consumers.
This initiative looks to strengthen urban adaptability to climate change, build social resilience, create new green jobs, and connect municipalities with a hands-on attitude.
The traditionally controversial measure of same-sex marriage is first introduced by referendum, which leads to its legalisation in Ireland.
A multidisciplinary support centre provides comprehensive care for female victims of violence, backed by technical innovation, carers, lawyers, and psychologists.
Citizens enable the integration of refugees in a small town in Western Austria by providing language training and job orientation.
Using the power of collective intelligence, this association seeks input from ordinary citizens to collaborate with MPs on drafting bills.
This is the opportunity to invite the Mayor into your living room to discuss citizens’ feedback and to better understand the City’s policies.
The Laboratory experiments with modern ideas of collaboration and finds fresh impulses for the Swiss political system, which is based on voluntary participation.
The Commission wants to get conversations started, to fight the widespread problem of loneliness, amongst the community and between private and public organisations.
Committing to neighbourhood solidarity activities allows students to rent affordable, shared apartments in Lyon.
Structural changes within council care break the negative cycle for young people, with the introduction of comprehensive, multidisciplinary teams.
A professionally organised music school in a rural community in Poland elevates the local culture and artistic interest.
A series of programmes in personal development and creative exploration build new opportunities for talented young people and reveal their potential.
A special consultant team provides support for employees with disabilities and to the management of the Parks and Gardens Municipal Institute in Barcelona.