We present exemplary political work from all over Europe to you – submitted to the Innovation in Politics Awards and from other sources. (English only)
(FINALIST 2018) The open digital commons in Linz provides access to digital media to all, creating an inclusive and inspiring creative city environment.
(FINALIST 2018) Engaging young people: encouraging civic and political engagement of children and adolescents through an online platform.
(FINALIST 2018) Saving the bees: creating “bee friendly” habitats in communities, by focusing on soil conservation and the planting of wildflowers.
(FINALIST 2018) Green urban spaces: designed to teach residents about rainwater retention through the creation of “rain gardens” in residential and commercial properties.
(FINALIST 2018) Online participation: an online platform designed to encourage civic participation.
(WINNER 2018) European community service: an EU initiative that allows young people to volunteer in different community service projects around Europe.
(FINALIST 2018) Preserving culture: digitising the tangible and intangible history of Plovdiv.
(FINALIST 2018) Engaging students: primary school students receive vocational training and participate in projects that involve non-traditional classroom skills and topics.
(FINALIST 2018) Encouraging music education: a school that provides systematic music teaching from kindergarten through sixth grade.
(FINALIST 2018) Integrating local educational institutes into “learning neighbourhoods” in Vienna, enhancing education and the wider community.
(FINALIST 2018) Assisting senior citizens: addressing the needs of senior citizens in Opole, Poland by providing a variety of new care services.
(FINALIST 2018) Empowering local youth: a centre designed for young people to share ideas, hobbies and work on projects together.