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With a history of welcoming migrants Turin is a source of inspiration that keeps on giving. Yet, volunteers are the ones that come out the richer for it.
We are all migrants – in Terrassa, Spain, this universal truth is the base for the city’s integration work.
We tell our kids not to open the door to strangers. But in Budapest they take the opposite approach.
Female leaders in our cities – here’s what they have to say on International Women’s Day.
Just a few months to get the job done and millions of euro on the line in Ljubljana. How do businesses view public/private partnerships and green business models?
In Latvian the word for volunteer is linked to the idea of free-will and its spirit is alive in what volunteering means to the people of Riga, not just in theory but in practice.
Antwerp has thousands of job opportunities and thousands of people searching for jobs. Unfortunately, the two don’t automatically cancel each other out.
A new ‘Pantry’ model is giving residents of a Glasgow neighbourhood access to nutritional food and boosting community spirit.
Confinement has made us all more sensitive to the issue of social isolation, although it is not a brand new problem. The French city of Pau is already working on its second anti-loneliness plan.
When tent encampments started popping up around Paris, the city knew it had to act – so it built a tent of its own.
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