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Free walking tours

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-27 12:57 -

Based on the notion that when regular tour-guides get paid regardless of their performance, they might not deliver a top quality tour, free walking tours are purely based on the local’s love for his or her city and the interest in sharing knowledge with visitors.

Social centres

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-27 10:45 -

Self-managed spaces whereby people can come together to create, communicate and offer a more collective and alternative way of living.

Civil Society Organisations

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-27 10:28 -

Many Civil Society Organisations (CSO) help in facilitating access to health and medical treatment for people-in-need, low-income families or individuals, and for emergency situations.

Social clinics

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-27 10:17 -

These are self-managed clinics that have appeared in different cities all over Europe, and have been created as a direct response to many people being unable to afford healthcare for a number of reasons.

Sharing a place to stay

Author: Anne-Iris Romens - Published At: 2013-05-27 09:16 -

Worldwide, a variety of on-line platforms have been developed to facilitate the hosting of persons.

Sharing means of transportation

Author: Anne-Iris Romens - Published At: 2013-05-27 08:30 -

All over Europe, citizens practice different ways of sharing means of transportation (cars, bikes, etc.) that facilitate access to mobility for everyone.

FoodCycle

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-24 15:57 -
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FoodCycle combines volunteers, surplus food and a free kitchen space to create nutritious meals for people affected by food poverty in th UK and positive social change in the community.

Foodsharing.de

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-24 14:09 -
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Foodsharing is a new eco-friendly platform dedicated to reducing the wastage of food in Germany.

Food [re]distribution

Author: Lorna Muddiman - Published At: 2013-05-23 15:57 -

Food retailers and consumers throw out millions of tons of edible food every year, for numerous reasons. At the same time as this mass waste, food poverty is spreading across the European continent and affecting more and more people daily. This therefore makes initiatives that focus on the redistribution of food critical to the well-being of society.

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