A collaborative approach to policy design brings together politicians and key stakeholders from across the political spectrum, and equips them with the skills and mindset needed for effective collaboration.
International House Vilnius is a one-stop-shop providing services, support, and information to help foreign talent when relocating to Vilnius.
The Suomi.fi Quality Tools service aims to improve public digital services by developing unified measurement tools that collect data from all levels of the public sector, increasing accessibility and transparency for end users.
The Easy-to-Read programme helps to significantly improve quality of life for inhabitants with intellectual or reading disabilities in Lithuania by increasing access to public information and incorporating feedback from users.
This development project has transformed an industrial wasteland and under-used promenades into public spaces, improving social links between inhabitants while providing new infrastructure and access to nature.
The OV-Coach programme provides coaching to children with special needs to learn to use public transport, cycle, or walk to their destination, fostering independent life skills and inclusion for people with disabilities.
The Family Card programme is an innovative social aid project that provides cash cards to vulnerable families for the purchase of food and hygiene products, allowing them to save their income for other essential expenses.
Points4Action brings together young and elderly people to combat social isolation and improve quality of life, while offering young people exposure to careers in caregiving roles and supporting local businesses.
An industrial estate takes a collaborative approach to waste-management by valuing waste materials and implementing circular-economy principles.
By offering people who care of their relatives at home the opportunity to become paid employees, this project makes it possible for more people in need of care to remain at home with their families.
For the first time, women from neighbouring councils in the Western-Midlands-Northern region of Ireland work together to bring about change, creating a safe space for mutual learning, mentorship, and the exchange of ideas.
This project links participatory budgeting with climate action, empowering citizens to design and implement climate-friendly solutions in their district.
The Transparency in Private Entities (TEP) platform enables private entities of any size, including associations and small companies, to comply with transparency regulations in Spain.
The Panevėžys STEAM Centre project addresses the lack of interest in STEAM activities among children by providing opportunities for practical skills development and STEAM-related training.
Using an innovative robotic chair that can climb up to 20 floors, the Vertical Mobility project aims to increase accessibility for people with disabilities that live in high-rise buildings.
The Smart Maps project is a universal data system in Dubnica nad Váhom that combines all important information about the city on one platform, improving efficiency and resulting in wide-reaching impacts.
Rexcatering is a circular, zero-waste project that empowers students to fight food waste by delivering food to those in need with the help of innovative technology.
The Municipal University of Ilion offers free training programmes and promotes lifelong learning to enhance social inclusion and sustainable development, helping over 1,570 participants to access remote learning opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mobilli is a participatory process that taps into the collective knowledge of community residents to accelerate a modal shift in regional public transportation.