Through this online publication we bring you one of the more than 500 BIDCE’s experiences from different issues such as citizenship participation, leisure, lifelong learning, community development, sustainable development, intergenerational relationship, etc.
Legislative Volunteering is a meeting space designed to engage citizens in the participatory co-construction of legislative initiatives that help solve important public issues.
'Street Classrooms' is a groundbreaking partnership between municipal education institutions and local commerce in order to provide training spaces organised according to the demand of people interested.
Inclusive park for children, young people and adults that fosters socialisation, inclusion and learning. The games are adapted to the functional diversity of visitors in an open space, where people with and without disabilities can play, meet up and have fun.
Rooftop allotments are installed in disused municipal buildings in order to contribute to the increase of green spaces in the city, and also to promote people with various disabilities or mental health problems, who participate actively in the allotments, improving their inclusion and learning.
The Neighbourhood Guardian Program was created in Cascais (Portugal) in order to encourage citizens to participate voluntarily in the improvement of the quality of life in their neighbourhoods.
The House of Urban Cultures of Dakar, in Senegal, was created to promote a new framework of expression and training for young people waiting to devote themselves professionally to different urban cultures, such as hip-hop, disk-jockeying, graffiti, dance, urban poetry, etc.
This project was created in order to make secondary students in Brussels aware of the complexity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and thus build greater social harmony in the city.
Educating agents that care and promote a better living together parks in Rio Cuarto (Argentina).
The current edition of Focus Experience introduces the Makerspaces at the Espoo (Finland) City Libraries, collaborative work sites where people of different ages and interests help each other by sharing the facilities and tools, as well as knowledge, experience and ideas.