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Since 2000 we have accessed over £1.7m of Brussels-based EU funds for projects ranging from environmental improvements to rivers to training black and minority ethnic (BAME) business advisors.

We are developing new networks and partnerships to take advantage of the opportunities that the funds provide to achieve the environmental, social, economic and energy objectives of the European Commission, through local actions and transnational cooperation.

The ET-NEETs Project (2014–2016)

Funded by Erasmus+

Working with partners in Poland and Spain, our Young Mayor's team will research, analyse and present the most effective training currently offered to (Not in Education Employment or Training) NEETS that will help them back into education, employment or training.

Origins of the Spaces (2014–2017)

Funded by Erasmus+

Our Economic Development Team are partners in a five country project exploring and sharing best practice in coworking.

The GAP Work Project (2013–2014)

Funded by the EU's Daphne Programme and improving the training offered to professionals dealing with sexual bullying among children and young people.

We are an associate partner in an EU Daphne Fund project which aims to contribute to the protection of children, young people and women against all forms of violence and attain a high level of health protection, well-being and social cohesion.

The Diversity in the Economy and Local Integration (DELI) project (2012–2013)

We have been awarded a grant under the final round of the European Integration Fund to participate in an international project supporting migrant entrepreneurship.

The DELI project will encourage more efficient local policies that support migrant-owned SMEs and migrant entrepreneurship.

European River Corridor Improvement Plans (ERCIP) 2012–2014

We are the lead partner on an exciting new project funded through the EU's Innovations and Environment Regions of Europe Sharing Solutions (INTERREG IVC fund). Working with other local authorities and national/regional agencies responsible for rivers in Germany, Italy, Greece and Romania.

Found out more about how we will be building on the development on the Ravensbourne RCIP to enhance and protect the boroughs river corridors.

 

2007–2013 

Intercultural Cities
An opportunity for us to work with the Council of Europe and help shape European policy focusing on promoting the Diversity Advantage.

The regeneration of Ladywell Fields
How the EU's LIFE Environment Fund kick started the transformation of this much loved local park.

European responses to fuel poverty
How does access to information and energy saving products get to the people who really need it?

2000–2006

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