Case Studies

Hippo's games

  • Posted on: 14 November 2017
  • By: Cristiana Fica

The Colors Association in Brasov continues the events with the “journey with the time vehicle” in the world of play and entertainment. Starting on June 28th, the association organizes a series of creative workshops, sports activities, street animation, huge balloons and many surprises on every Saturday in “Tractorul” Sports Park.

Children's Street – in Bucharest

  • Posted on: 14 November 2017
  • By: Cristiana Fica

Continuing the project initiated five years ago to promote arts and culture, the Institute for Management and Sustainable Development (IMDD) organizes the “Children's Street”, bringing together teenagers and children from 3 to 14 years old. The "Children's Street" concept is based on a set of cultural and educational workshops designed to introduce young people to the art world and non-formal education, and to help them develop their skills. Next year, the project will bring together representatives of the media, non-governmental organizations and companies.

Waltham Forest mini-Holland

  • Posted on: 30 October 2017
  • By: Carolyn Ireland

In Walthamstow Village, as part of the mini-Holland programme in September and October 2014 (for about 3 weeks), the London Borough of Waltham Forest trialled the conversion of a 2-way 'rat run' on Orford Road into a one way street and also trialled the closure of residential streets to through traffic – this was then made permanent.

Playing Streets in Vienna

  • Posted on: 24 October 2017
  • By: Susanne Wrighton

Children take priority on Vienna’s playing streets. Selected road segments in various districts of Vienna have been chosen as playing streets for children. These streets offer children the possibility to use and explore public space in many different and ways and to play in a safe environment.

The playing streets are a cooperation between the department of education and extracurricular youth supervision (MA13) and the department of city development and city planning (MA18).

Bubble Parade Alba Iulia

  • Posted on: 11 October 2017
  • By: Cristiana Fica

Summary

Global Bubble Parade is a movement of passionate individuals who share the belief that happines is the journey, not the destination, by joining together in peaceful local parades of soap bubbles.  

Context

Your happiness is just a few bubbles away! The aim of the movement  is to celebrate happiness together, to promote everyday mindfulness and to build inclusive communities. In Alba Iulia the first edition took place in May this year and 1000 people including kids brought happiness into the street.  

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