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Danish best practice

Danish Best Practice Example: Unemployed residents as recycling guides

In this example you can read about a project about creating synergy between social and environmental sustainability in a ‘vulnerable’ social housing area – by offering unemployed residents a role of I.e. ‘recyclers’ or ‘waste guides’ for the area.

Read more in the attached document 

Danish Best Practice Example: Bringing expats and rural communities together

In this example you can read about a project, which aimed to develop new initiatives for co-creation between a growing international community in Vejle, Denmark and rural citizen councils and other stakeholders, with the aim to:

  • build a grassroots community for internationals in the Vejle area by making them feel welcome.

  • facilitate social and professional interaction between internationals and Danes.

  • work towards more openness and diversity in the local community. 

  • engage actively in the development of internationals in the local community, and to embrace and realize the potential of internationals in Vejle making them contribute to a sustainable city.

Read more in the attached document 

Danish Best Practice Example: Developing Forest Gardens in a New Residence Area

In this example you can read about a bottom-up initiative where volunteers with expertise and interest in forest gardens influenced the development of a new area in Vejle. In co-creation between the public administrators and the volunteers, the concept of urban forest gardens were included in the development plan for the new area.

Read the attached best practice example document and watch this video about the project:

Danish national report on the context for co-creation on sustainability

This report looks at the national and local context for Vejle, Denmark for co-creation on sustainability. The report looks at national and local policies, charters and practices towards co-creation in relation to sustainability, as well as main drivers, good practices, challenges and needs.

Read more in the attached document 

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