(09 September 2021) – AEIDL has received a grant from the European Commission for a project in Miskolc (Hungary), which aims to help people in vulnerable situations. With its partner, Eutropian, AEIDL will also lead a study on the Urban Innovative Actions.
Miskolc – 4IM (“Miskolc shall be a place for everyone”)
This 30-month project granted by DG Employment and Social Affairs will pilot an integrated service delivery model, addressing vulnerable individuals and households in two deprived neighbourhoods to mobilise residents and connect them to services, including offering targeted employment support.
AEIDL is part of a consortium, led by the City of Miskolc, bringing together the City of Kosice (Slovakia), the University of Miskolc and two Hungarian NGOs: Abaujrakezdes Public Association and HARFA Foundation. AEIDL will be responsible for coordination of cross-border networks.
Urban Innovative Actions
AEIDL and its partner, Eutropian, will undertake a study for “Capitalisation activity on good practices for integrated approach in Urban Innovative Actions projects”.
The goal of this study is to contribute to the definition of the European Urban Initiative value chain. AEIDL acts as the consortium leader to carry out this project all over Europe.