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Progressive solutions as inspiration for active cities, municipalities and regions
Progressive solutions as inspiration for active cities, municipalities and regions.
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Litoměřice is one of the first cities in the Czech Republic that motivates its organizations, employees and citizens to share a common goal, to save energy and use renewable resources. Particular steps to implement energy savings are financed with city´s own financial savings achieved.
The Municipal District of Prague 8 has become the first municipal district, which has gained the title “fairtrade”. It is the 10th municipality with this title in the Czech Republic.
Young people who want to be part of democratic life in their cities, joined and created Methodology how to start a Children Council.
The goal of the competition is to value companies and public sector organizations which are active in following social responsibility principles and which serve as good example for other subjects in South Moravian region.
In the Healthy city of Vsetin you can get inspired to help restoring the work habits while ensuring a cleaner city.
The urban study of Sporilov housing estate is a new perspective on housing estate public space, outlining transport solutions and expanding perception of housing estate space as an integrated space throughout the city. Especially, when the whole process is based on discussion with public from the beginning.
Is it possible to add local companies support and social responsibility aspect to city procurements? The Healthy city of Trebic shows how it is done.
How to involve more stakeholders into sharing fair trade and expand the range of activities on new ideas. In the Healthy city of Litomerice it is possible to use mini-grants to compensate costs of activities supporting fair trade.
The Healthy city of Horni Pocernice is an example of participatory budgeting in cooperation with primary school students. That way students can learn about civic participation and principles of democratic decision making and also project creation and defense. Subsequent implementation of selected projects help to increase options in spending free time not only for youth but for adults as well.
Participatory budgeting, that means involving citizens in decision making process of city budgeting in specific projects, has been a hit in the Czech Republic for the last two years. Healthy cities approach is unique because participatory budgeting is becoming another systematical part in annual city workload in regards of long-term process of community planning and sustainable development.
The goal is to increase children active involvement in work with public and to gain feedback of city development. Also to grow interest in school environment and public events. Discussion takes form of community consulting.
“Truly healthy schools” offer food to children which is tasty and healthy. Schools also help to increase knowledge about food origin and how it is produced. They help students to understand relationship between food they eat and world they live in.
Field social work pilot project in primary school in Horni Pocernice should extend current mechanisms of solving educational, family and private problems of students and help to improve overall atmosphere in classrooms.
The goal of the project was physical and spiritual revitalization of decaying synagogue in Čkyně. Outputs of the project is renewed synagogue with multifunctional usage.
The city of Pisek built new city apartment house which connects multiple functions and creates quality city public space. Main part of the objects are smaller square meter apartments which can be used mainly for senior and handicapped citizens.
A representative sample of the population of the Healthy City of Litomerice thanks to a sociological survey, provided a real idea of public opinion on the "Ten Top Problems" from the public forum.
Systematic training of public officers in methods of public engagement in the City of Chrudim brings great results.
The aim of Principles is financial support of promotion and realisation of LA 21 in Vysočina Region.
Healthy City of Litomerice is the first city in the Czech republic, where you can find a functional systém of energy management. Find out the results …
Interesting project in the City of Trebic - information, publicity and interest in the introduction of telework.
City´s website awarded between "The Best Egovernment projects 2014".
The city of Vsetin uniquely improved its overview of the economic issues and indicators in city-controlled organizations. It is essential to transparency, regularity and on-line information on any financial needs linked to the city's budget.
Healthy eating – a topic for pupils and students? Find an interesting "recipe" in Litomerice.
Rokytnice Elementary school in the City of Vsetin runs for several years its teaching programme on Global Development Education.
The "Reference model" combines methods and tools used for decision making and management. The City of Koprivnice managed to bring this model to life and streamline a number of activities and improve their management.
Registry Network as an innovative tool for the exchange of information and sharing infrastructure between public administration bodies.
The municipality and its citizens can continually and clearly track the amount of separated waste. Citizens are also encouraged to separate through a system of discounts on waste municipal fees.
Get inspired by a portal, which is used by Vysocina Region for communication, monitoring and controlling activities of the regional authority and its organizations.
The former boiler house on the Prague City district Černý Most, managed to build a creative community center "Plecharna". How does this center work?
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Elementary school students in the City of Chrudim were actively involved in a urban development project and have contributed significantly to the construction of an open space for their active leisure time.
The North Silesian Regional Authority thanks to its Eco-Management Audit Scheme (EMAS) ensures even more sufficient quality and effective public administration in the field of environmental protection, establishes concrete responsibilities and their impact on the environment.
Sharing time of volunteers from different cultures with local community in the town of Mezno brought rich experience for everyone involved and also the possibility of active use of English in practice.
One of the verified problems from the Public Healthy City Forum was a need to a have cleaner city. Citizens proposed possibilities to a systematic city cleaning, disposal of illegal waste dumps and waste collection.
Volunteering is a free of charge activity which proves that devoting time, energy, knowledge and skills for the benefit of others can be made by everyone...
Healthy City of Litomerice wants to know the needs of its citizens also in the field of sports and leisure activities. The outcomes from the topic roundtable will serve as a basis for preparing a strategy for physical activity development in the city.
The City of Litomerice together with its partner organizations presenting interesting offers and activities for active families with children, motivating them to participate in the city everyday life
In the municipal office building in the City of Trebic there can be found a special "SeniorPoint" – a place for seniors to meet and gain practical info. It is financed from the city and regional budget.
Healthy City of Strakonice effectively informs public about events and all other relevant information via e-mail and also Facebook
The city district of Prague Libuš is a multicultural community. The coexistence of different ethnic groups in a small neighborhood can sometimes bring troubles – in Libus they eliminate them also by organising special educational seminars on the topics as legislation, taxation, social security and health insurance, but also by many other community activities.
The employment center helps unemployed individuals from different target grous. A suitable voluntary practice or any experience in relevant organizations may helps a lot.
Health Promotion Programme
The town of Jilove proved that energy savings are worth. Thanks to installing special thermo-ventils in the school building and saving its energy costs, the extra money could be used for purchasing plants and greening the city. The concrete sites were chosen in a special pupils art competition also involving all interested citizens.
Thanks to an international Czech, Polish and Slovak project, students learn how to solve problems related to their field of study – this time energy efficiency - and gain experience for future career – opportunities. Participation in the project help to improve the success and demand for student graduates in the labor market when they enter into future employment.
Location of outdoor fitness equipment in the surroundings of institutions for elderly keeps them active and helps in their daily physiotherapy work.
The first municipal office in Czech Republic has met the conditions to obtain a certificte for applying Corporate Social Responsibility principles into practice. The South Moravian Region has the know-how.
The Senior Club in the Municipal Library in the City of Most succeeds in the promotion and raises interest of the elderly and the use of their free time.
The Municipal Office of Most cooperates with volunteers and the Volunteer Center in concrete city institutions and organizations. Share their experience.
Grandmothers, grandfathers, ex-teachers at senior age but also library staff and parents have joint to the project "reading to children". Find more about this fruitful activity.
The Usti Volunteer Center motivates and prepares young people for volunteer work not only in their spare time.
Seniors in the City of Most draw bonuses from the city budget to free urban public transport.
The WHO (World Health Organisation) programme "School promoting health" is a comprehensive strategy for the development, prevention and quality of health of children and youth at schools.
How to mobilize youngsters at risk of social exclusion? Try volunteering and concrete practice in NGOs, get familiarized and develop students´ abilities including international exchanges and cooperation.
How to prepare a quality local municipal strategy engaging broadly the community, without the main role of an external contractor and without big financial costs? In Prague City District – Ujezd nad Lesy they show us the possible ways.
On the occasion of 10 years of activity in the Healthy Cities Network, the Healthy City of Kopřivnice informs how to motivate citizens to lead a healthy lifestyle and engage in physical activities.
Volunteering as a possibility how to find a job for young unemployed - career training programs in Klaipeda (Lithuania)
Students from elementary and high schools tried in practice how to participate in high-level model Climate Conferences held in Czech Rep., Poland and Great Britain.
Young people in the City of Litomerice actively participating in the planning and development of the place they live in
Follow the footsteps of Drahany Legends and discover the regional folk literature .
Citizens of Prachatice can now safely make a fire outdoors and enjoy a lovely evening roasting sausages over an open fire.
Local tourism – Have fun and learn about the wildlife in Klánovice Forest!
The Municipality not only helps local entrepreneurs to present their products but it also offers its inhabitants the opportunity of buying high-quality goods.
Presentation and promotion of the city in connection with regional product brands.
Tourist passports are linked with a competition enabling visitors to learn about the microregion.
This project shows how to accommodate environmental protection, responsible tourism and local development with broad public participation.
Young graduates and unemployed discussing in a roundtable their possibilities on the job market.
Where there is no possibility of public transport, the Senior taxi is a very good mean of transport for elderly to the most important places in the city
Training and education of volunteers is important for developing their skills First Aid courses are one of interesting options.
Designing a special audio guide of the sights of Křižánky region.
Assistance services for elderly enables them to live longer and with better quality in their homes.
the Senior-Age Advisory Committee in the City Council of Prachatice has its clear vision and outcomes
Senior volunteers helping chidlren, elderly, mentally or physically disabled, people with addictions etc... Inspirations from Plzen Region to all others
Active ageing? That means also studying and meeting others. In the City of Plzen expolore the Senior-Age Academy and its activities.
Inspired by abroad, the multi-functional intergenerational day centre - House Across Generations plays not only social, mobilising and health prevention role but it is also a meeting place for all generations.
Daily reports and info about the municipal budget, year comparison of trends and much more.
Officers of the Moravia-Silesia region used alternative means of transport on their way to work.
10 % of public procurement jobs reserved for the long-term unemployed
System of permeable housing as a prevention tool against loss of home.
Comprehensive support system for disadvantaged people.
Successfull public awareness campaign focused on environmental issues.
Healthy exercise combined with a lecture on the history of the Jewish town.
Slovak Embellishment Project aimed at the co-existence of the inhabitants of the housing estate and their darling dogs.
The Slovak project "Hug Day" was carried out successfully by students in Žiar nad Hronom. And so the students hugged their fellow citizens and then kept hugging and hugging...
Day of the town of Spišská Nová Ves full of volunteer work and effort to help one´s own environment.
Municipal Embellishment Campaign and creation of a natural gallery with the help of volunteers.
Involvement of Bratislava citizens and prominent personalities in the organisation of the Days of Volunteering and volunteer work.
Bratislava – the Old Town was recognised as a Volunteer-Friendly Town for its volunteer activities.
Cooperation of Opava Town Hall with the volunteer centre ELIM on the preparation of the Day of Social Service.
Finnish Center for Senior Citizens Offering Comprehensive Social Services.
Innovative community outreach programme of the civic association Neposeda.
Initiative of primary school students aimed at restoring unkempt public areas.
Lectures, practical workshops and outdoor exploratory actions focused on enviromental issues for senior citizens.
A series of educational and leisure activities for senior citizens of Litoměřice.
Public service as a possibility of involving the long-term unemployed in community service for the municipality.
Community conversion of a school garden into a public space.
The project aimed at social interaction between the elderly and youth.
European volunteers expanded the services of the North Bohemian research library in Ústí nad Labem.
Project of Nadace Proměny turned an ordinary school garden into a specialised speech therapy garden.
Project of Nadace Proměny enabled to restore the oldest public park Alejka in Broumov with active participation of public opinion.
Project of Nadace Proměny improved public spaces of the town.
Employees of the regional council will commute to work ecologically.
Space for meeting and experience sharing of volunteer centres, offices and organisations.
The Volunteers´ Cafe was set up on the initiative of the unemployed and it serves as a public space for self-realization of people of different ages and interests.
Experience weekend stay focused on volunteering.
Charity evening for the public aimed at raising funds in support of the Charity Vsetín services.
Volunteer activities carried out as a part of work therapy of the Shelter House Elim.
Project seeking to solve the issue of biowaste generated by households and state-funded institutions of the town.
Carrying out cultural, sports and educational activities for the elderly.
A month of cultural, sports and educational activities for the elderly.
Cooperation and joint actions of the younger and older generations.
Web application allowing citizens to participate in urban planning.
A special IT tool enabling citizens and investors to easily obtain utility network administrators' reports.
From the very beginning citizens could actively influence the choice of public spaces to be revitalized in Jilemnice.
Practising sports at all ages – Nordic Walking
How to effectively combine various municipal strategic documents and plan their preparation.
An IT tool for municipalities awarded with the Czech Ministry of Interior Award for innovation in public administration in 2011.
Children participating in urban development of the town.
Charity event helped to equip the kitchen of the Day Care Centre of the Czech Evangelical Church in Klatovy
Discover Lulec history and important figures.
Health Impact Assessment implemented in regional strategic documents
Litomerice supporting Fair Trade
Youngsters want to make themselves comfortable too – special benches for teenagers
Improvement of the safety situation in Plzen Region
A modern way to draw attention to interesting spots in the region.
Fair Trade Town – supporting the products and the sales of goods from developing countries
How to achieve maximum customer satisfaction at minimum costs – also in public administration
Supporting seniors to live at home.
Correct use of Czech administrative language – training courses for the Municipal Office Employees
Improvement of the physical and mental health of the elderly
Care for terminally ill patients at home
Improving the quality of life of the elderly and people with disabilities
Do something good for your health and mood – Healthy Ageing
The town of Uherské Hradiště decided to identify existing partners involved in the LA 21 and Healthy Cities activities.
Drahany highlands boast a new observation tower.
Microregion of Drahanská vrchovina engages its citizens in defining basic issues.
The City of Prostějov makes its departments more effective through the work of quality coordinators and their activities in the management structure.
Goal-oriented cooperation with a group of disabled people and seniors is not common, however, the municipal office in Prachatice shows that it can be effective.
Vsetín was awarded the Ministry of Interior Award for innovation in public administration
An effective way to ensure transparency of public tenders at local level.
Building of infrastructure for soft tourism as a way of supporting regional development.
Even small children can learn about waste and waste treatment and disposal in an entertaining way.
Even children can discuss the problems of their town and play a part in dealing with it.
The municipality systematically seeks to engage the Roma community in the life of the town.
Chrudim is the first town in the Czech Republic that succeeded in implementing the environmental management system EMAS attesting to an environmentally sound operation of the municipal office.
A joint project of several organisations in Prachatice and the town helping not only the elderly, but also the disabled and socially excluded citizens.
Adequate awareness of teaching staff is necessary for children’s injury prevention
Currently, the town of Kopřivnice is simultaneously implementing several quality methods whereby it seeks to improve not only the quality of processes within the council but also the quality of life of its inhabitants
In the process of preparing the strategic plan was engaged the public, defined priority areas of strategic plan are in accordance with three basic pillars of sustainable development
Young people from Koprivnice could have a say in deciding the final shape of a sports complex specially designed for them.
The renovated castle park in Habrovany offers a pleasant environment for relaxation also for visitors with disabilities.
The town is implementing a new, more transparent and simpler system of subsidy allocation to non-profit organisations.
The Swiss national project supports sustainable development of human settlements.
The national system of energy labelling for municipalities helps pursue sustainable energy policy.
Work and working environment are important factors affecting public health.
Switzerland implements a new form of local administration of natural areas.
Chrudim engages the public in decision-making processes including the planning of urban public spaces.
Environmentally responsible purchasing is one of the keystones of sustainable development.
Ten thematic pedestrian circuits to explore cultural and natural sites of Geneva.
Healthy diet campaign aimed at students does not have to be stiff – on the contrary!
Moravian wine trails are part of a long-term regional development project in support of soft tourism.
The elderly and the disabled from Prachatice could attend a lecture entitled "Healthy Eating" on the occasion of the Health Days.
Cross-border cooperation between Vsetin and the Slovak municipality of Pruske enables Czech and Slovak children to establish new friendships in an attractive environment of the newly renovated school premises.
The biggest farmers market in Prague supports domestic farmers and organic food.
Evaluation of Health Impact Assessment projects and strategies is an integral part of the idea of sustainable development.
An inspiration how to easily and effectively adapt public areas to seniors and people with reduced mobility.
Healthy eating does not necessarily need to be expensive.
Responsible and Fair Trade shopping – a matter of responsibility not only for the municipal office but also for every individual.
The Municipal office integrates environmental aspects into its activities/running.
A comprehensive solution of constructions works in the Prague-Slivenec primary school brings not only reduction of costs but also cleaner and healthier air for students and teachers.
Water of the outdoor swimming pool in Valašské Meziříčí is heated with energy from renewable resources.
More effective and aesthetic system of waste containers.
The biomass heating plant is a Dutch and Czech demonstration project of Joint Implementation.
In 2009, Hodonin won the national competition aimed at motivating municipalities/cities and towns to support families with children and to raise interest in implementation of pro-family activities.
The first prize in Routes in Cities competition was awarded to the project of town centre regeneration and revitalization addressing the traffic issues sensitively and with regard to the needs of both the inhabitants and visitors.
The City improved the energy performance of the primary school resulting in annual energy savings of approximately 1 247 GJ.
Newly renovated kindergartens will be more environmentally-friendly and economical in terms of heating costs.
A more environmentally-friendly means of transportation using renewable energy resources.
Ustí nad Labem supports public involvement/citizen on the level which is closest to the citizens.
Senior citizens from Mladá Boleslav have regular opportunities to set out for a hiking tour to admire nature and cultural beauty spots.
The Healthy city of Litoměřice joined the communication and information campaign aimed at improving energy performance of buildings.
Drawing up strategic documentation for sustainable municipal energy
A magazine to support active aging
A campaign aimed at smoking prevention takes place in Litoměřice in cooperation with children´s municipal council throughout the year.
Active seniors in Mladá Boleslav play sports games which includes several favourite events.
Children from primary schools compete for the best design of Healhty City District Logo.
The municipal council of Uherské Hradiště implements practical measures aimed at greening the operation of the office.
Possibilities of cooperation with the Vietnamese community tested in practice within the city district of Prague-Libuš.
Primary and secondary school students in Třebíč can participate in the activities of the town hall.
Drahanská vrchovina is aware of the significance of the native fruit trees species and encourages their planting
A new walking trail focused on history
A campaign encouraging seniors to lead an active life
Regular discussions with citizens about topical issues are broadcasted by an internet TV.
Primary and secondary school students learn about the current offer of leisure activities.
The third meeting called "Clubs to Clubs" was attended by more than 200 seniors from Hlučín and its environs.
Presentation of social services providers to the public
Do you know the energy consumption of your house?
A systemic solution leading to increased energy efficiency and self-sufficiency
The implementation of measures leading to reducing heat losses of four buildings owned by the town of Šternberk.
New and reconstructed children´s playgrounds in Frýdek-Místek meet strict safety standards
Grant schemes enable to improve the network of social services in the region of Frýdek-Místek.
A place for meetings and collaboration with NGOs, public and corporative sector
Process of permanent public engagement in management of public affairs in Jihlava started also due to financial support from external source.
The Committee has been created in the basis of the original citizen-based, non-formal groups, the Council of CD Prague-Libuš appointed the Committee as its advisory body within the framework of Healthy City and local Agenda 21 Project realisation.
Quality processed annual report serves to inform about activities realised within the framework of LA21 by the Healthy City of Litoměřice.
New website of the Healthy City of Litoměřice Project and LA21 enabled maximum awareness of the public about latest news of the Healthy City of Litoměřice as well as about Healthy City Project and local Agenda 21 in general.
Much-frequented Healthy City Forum is a succesful example how to engage the public in town development
Good media and communication campaign, focused on all groups of city inhabitants is a basic precondition form successful LA21
Active communication with inhabitants can not only prevent possible (and often unnecessary) misunderstandings, but also improve the general mood in the municipality (city).
Primary school playgrounds in Litoměřice are tended by groundsmen that are in charge of its maintenance and making them open to the public in the afternoon.
Even a "mere roundabout" can be regarded as an aesthetic feature showing the relationship of the city to greenery and the environment.
The mission of the Srdíčko Centre is to enable children and young people with disabilities to grow up in their natural environment, i.e. in a family, in the nearest neighbourhood, using local institutions.
The comprehensive renovation, regeneration and revitalisation of the decaying town centre which is part of the urban conservation area.
The city district representatives agreed on the necessity to get closer to their citizens and to create a healthy and sustainable city.
The statutory Town of Frýdek-Místek realises two projects, whose objective lies in energy savings.
PANDA – a project of prevention in various areas (crime, traffic, training courses, lectures etc.) within the remit of the Frýdek-Místek Municipal Police.
This solution is aimed at providing alternative tracks for cyclists in exchange for busy roads which will thus enhance their safety and reduce overall accident rate in the city.
The system support of childen and young people´s activities has been provided for more than ten years.
A proposal for a suitable presentation of socially responsible school business activities
The project gain from the solar panels is approximately 51,500 KWh/ year - 76 % saving of overall energy.
The town promotes the use of renewable sources of energy.
The project involves future first-graders from all primary schools belonging to the administrative district of the municipality with enlarged powers which is Jilemnice. The main thrust of the project is holding an entertaining educational day on the topic of traffic safety.
Children could test their abilities to prepare a project and present it to their parents and defend it before expert working group on transport.
Healthy energy is a long-term plan based on the Strategic Development Plan of the town and is used for the purposes of urban planning.
How to improve public lighting and save electricity.
Involvement of the general public in all stages of the process will really pay off: comments collected after the public debate have been already integrated into the strategic plan.
How to familiarize children with a safe journey by bus to their school or kindergarten in an entertaining way.
The aim of this course is to provide the participants with the most important knowledge and skills in view of their employability, and to provide them with skills that should help them find a job and assert their rights.
An inspiring example: heavier traffic directly related to the implementation of the project was taken into account during the construction of the industrial area.
Citizens confined to a wheelchair do not have to be worried about getting on and off the train in Pelhřimov.
Regions are responsible for adequate transport services within its territory which requires coordination of activities of many entities, among other things.
A campaign to enhance safety of children in traffic
A long-term project contributing to increased safety of children in traffic and reducing the rate and seriousness of accidents involving children.
The Healthy City of Prostějov decided to support cyclotourism and make the region of the neighbouring Drahanská vrchovina accessible to occasional cyclists and to those who are not so fit.
Cleaner production as a prevention strategy for more efficient use of resources can be successfully implemented even in health-care facilities.
Environmental issues as one of the cross-cutting themes pervading year-round activities of the school in educational and pedagogical area.
A systematic approach of the town to the issue of social inclusion based on community planning of social services.
The implementation of the project enabled to work out the plan of urban rehabilitation in urban studies covering 6 parts of the town centre and its links.
The project resulted in the purchase of 48 trial biomass boilers and stoves that were placed in the municipalities of the microregion.
Public awareness-raising and presentation of the issue at schools.
The Vsetín Association for Community Work o.p.s. was established in 2004 with the prime aim of improving working conditions in the non-profit sector within the territory of the town.
It is essential to create a methodology for setting quality of life standards in housing estates that could be applicable in other Czech towns.
By means of a simple application passengers can quickly look up the required bus free of charge and without having to connect to the Internet.
By this project the town hall wishes to support green modes of transport. The charging station will also be appreciated by the disabled using electric wheelchairs as they most lack such facilities.
The implementation of greener operation of the municipal office and the strengthening of sustainable behaviour of all municipal employees is a contribution to maintain the present quality of the environment for future generations.
Since 2006 almost 280 kilos of batteries were collected within the Earth Day campaign!
Prostějov wishes to provide its visually impaired citizens with greater comfort on their way through town.
The main target of the project is the introduction of an effective exercise scheme to schools resulting in prevention of poor posture.
"The best waste is waste that will never be produced..."
The aim of this project is to raise public awareness on the environment through trees and to support of activities motivating the general public to become actively involved in nature conservation and the improvement of the environment and public life at large.
The project addresses reducing air emissions from primary animal production.
Inspirational approach of the town to embellishing its internal environment based on active support, promotion and information of growing ornamental plants.
Ecology is part of the development not only of the municipal office but also of other organisations and institutions cooperating with the town.
Children learn and revise the principles of good conduct in various situations – in the role of a pedestrian, cyclist or fellow-passenger – in an amusing way.
The measures to prevent contamination also bring significant savings.
The implementation of cleaner production in the education system saves energy and money.
Members of the Children´s Parliament are respected partners of the town.
The WHO programme "School promoting health" is a comprehensive strategy for the development, prevention and quality of health of children and youth at schools.
Composting or separation of biological waste was successfully tested by 10 families.
The WHO Safe Community International Project conclusively reduces the number of the injured in towns and municipalities.
The Healthy Home brings the elderly mental and physical entertainment and serves as prevention against the closed microcosm.
An active approach of the town helped job seekers to gain work experience and acquire new skills.
A rich programme enables younger generation to spend their spare time meaningfully every day during summer holidays.
The project enabled to identify the real needs of the population in the region by means of a partnership dialogue and helped to transform its outcomes into specific project proposals through a systematic procedure.
The Children´s Parliament contributes to creating the life of the town and connects activities of all the generations in a natural way.
An original series of publications describes old customs and traditions of the inhabitants from Pošumaví in an engaging manner and offers traditional recipes.
The construction of the cark park also created new space for leisure activities of children and youth.
The Leisure Centre contributes to greater integration of the Roma minority and helps to reduce negative impacts of unemployment or crime.
This measure enables to limit heavy goods vehicles over 6 tonnes in the historic town centre.
The project aimed at developing transport services in the region is intended to facilitate the movement and orientation of the physically disadvanted citizens in the town.
Smoking prevention schemes at kindergartens and primary schools of the town.
The subsidy has been created as a tool for realisation of The Healthy City and Local Agenda 21 Projects of Ústí nad Labem through small projects.
A scheme that teaches children the basics of a healthy approach to food preparation, consumption and storage in an entertaing way.
Children and Youth´s Parliament of Ústí nad Labem engages schools and children in the life of the city through various events, competitions and discussions with the city representatives and specialists.
"Barrier-Free Vysočina" is a project aimed at creating a high-quality information base providing an overview of barrier-free access within the whole region.
The Website enables the public user-friendly navigation in the offer of summer camps and provides detailed information about various camp sessions.
Subsidized Employment Agency helps people that have difficulties accessing the open labour market and contributes to their full social integration.
The usual function of the library is completed by other activities and programs fostering the local community and social inclusion.
The role of the Children´s municipal council is similar to that of the municipal council with the aim of teaching children and youth basic democratic principles.
24-hour assistance can be called for through a radio transmitter in case of emergency or deterioration of health.
The Children´s municipal council creates space for cooperation of elementary and secondary schools, awareness raising, discussions with the councillors, teachers etc.
Social Services Centre provides a wide range of services, activation programs and other activities and ensures its access not only for regular clients but also other clients who are outside the Social Services Centre.
Weeks for mental health involve activities that remove barriers among various groups of citizens and foster social integration of socially excluded citizens into the everyday life of society.
90% of urban public transport connections are ensured by CNG-powered buses that are also adapted for physically disabled citizens.
The Family Centre helps families with children and their individual members and is involved together with them in the public life of the town.
The Grant Scheme is a permanent money fund supporting a wide range of NGOs´ activities.
The environmental audit is aimed at mapping the state of ecological thinking and behaviour and the energy management standard.
The Barrier-free public transport comprises barrier-free vehicles, assistance service, barrier-free pedestrian crossings and buildings.
The regeneration is aimed at tackling the shortage of parking spaces and revitalization of public green spaces.
The WHO (World Health Organisation) programme "School promoting health" is a comprehensive strategy for the development, prevention and quality of health of children and youth at schools.
The town of Litoměřice provides a comprehensive support for the use of renewable energy resources – a combination of solar collectors, heat pumps and geothermal energy for hot water and central heating.