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) Supporting refugees: assisting refugees in their professional integration into nursing and healthcare professions.
(FINALIST 2018) Pioneering legislation on workers rights: a law that gives freelance workers the right to be collectively represented by trade unions.
(FINALIST 2018) Study in Lodz: a program to encourage students to come study in the the city of Lodz, Poland.
(FINALIST 2018) Free access to contraceptives: in Norbotten the local government provides free contraception to all women 26 and below.
(FINALIST 2018) Mutually beneficial aid program: a system in Livorno where familes in economic distress can be supported in exchange for municipal aid work.
(FINALIST 2018) Supporting unaccompanied minors: a programme in Palermo to provide a support system for migrant minors.
(FINALIST 2018) Assisting the mentally ill: a programme in Chieuti to strengthen and expand the range of services for people with mental health handicaps.
(FINALIST 2018) Disability solutions: a programme that aims to create help for disabled people, created for and alongside disabled people.
(FINALIST 2018) Stopping gender-based violence: groundbreaking Irish legislation that grants protections for women against domestic violence.
(FINALIST 2018) LGBTI+ at the forefront: an Irish strategy to improve the lives of LGBTI+ young people, and to understand the challenges they face.
(FINALIST 2018) Empowering women: a council of women designed to create a network of activists and diagnose social problems.
(WINNER 2018) Safe home for immigrants: city policy in Gdansk that delivers equal quality services for migrants and offers a support network to help with integration.