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Dimensions of innovations

Innovative approaches and instruments in the fields of urban revitalization, childcare and work integration

I. Service innovations
Investing in capabilities rather than spotting deficits

The Second Chance School of Nantes (Nantes /France), Her second chance (Varaždin/Croatia), The Future Melting Pot (Birmingham/UK), work corporations (Nijmegen/Netherlands), neighbourhood companies (Amsterdam/Netherlands), Neighbourhood or Constituency Employment and Skills Plans (Birmingham/UK), Young people with a future (Barcelona/Spain), Become your own boss in Poland (Warsaw/Poland), Yalla Trappan (Malmö/Sweden), Filur project (Stockholm/Sweden), Project for young mothers (Berne/Switzerland)

Preference for open approaches, avoiding targeting and its stigmatizing effects

Early Childhood centres (Lille/France), Primano (Bern/Switzerland), Yalla Trappan (Malmö/Sweden), Bimbo chiama Bimbo (Brescia/Italy), Neighbourhood or Constituency Employment and Skills Plans (Birmingham/UK), Coompanion Inkubatorn (Malmö/Sweden), Fryshuset (Stockholm/Sweden), Family Office (Münster/Germany)

Concern for bridging the gaps between professional services and people‘s life worlds

Early Childhood centres (Lille/France), Primano (Bern/Switzerland), neighbourhood mothers (Berlin/Germany), Joint assessment of families’ needs and changes in childcare provision for single-parent families (Nantes/France), Neighbourhood Mothers Catering (Amsterdam/Netherlands), Sirocco (Nijmegen/Netherlands), Young people with a future (Barcelona/Spain), Casas amigas, (Pamplona/Spain), Plock Council of Seniors (Plock/Poland)

Service offers that connect otherwise often separated forms of support and access

Service point for families (Münster/Germany), Neighbourhood companies (Amsterdam/Netherlands), One house more (Brescia/Italy), Doing and living (Brescia/Italy), Joint assessment of families’ needs and changes in childcare provision for single-parent families (Nantes/France), Foundation for Development Beyond Borders (Warsaw/Poland), Fryshuset (Stockholm/Sweden), Family Office (Münster/Germany)

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Dimensions of innovations

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Dimensions of innovations