Five-leaf Clover - collaboration in a residential area

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Coordinator MALMÖ STAD - MALMÖ KOMMUN
Funding from Vinnova SEK 300 000
Project duration May 2019 - February 2020
Status Ongoing
Venture Social innovation - development and testing
Call Test and develop a social innovation – step 1 2019

Purpose and goal

The aim was to mobilize residents in the residential area Lindängen in Malmö to a social cooperation model between city, property owners, civil society and residents in Step 1, autumn 2019, with support of the academy through MAU. The needs, priorities and initiatives of the residents are evaluated, prioritized and resourced in a clear process together with other parties. The first meeting for the collaborative model was held on January 30. The work will continue with the goal that in the next step, the residents will be able to be a leading active and also applicant party.

Expected results and effects

All parties were represented with good support at the start of the social cooperation model on January 30, 2020. The meeting resulted in six different project ideas. These will be followed up within the framework of Program Lindängen. The work to develop Fyrklövern, ie residents, property owners, civil society and the city, with support by the academy but also police and rescue services, etc. will continue during the year.

Planned approach and implementation

One of the identified and prioritized gaps in Lindängen is "to develop Lindängen together by gathering around common issues". The social collaboration model is one of the project that was started to help closing this gap. The residents´ needs, participation, initiative and ownership are crucial. In order to mobilize the inhabitants, our process has meant many meetings and larger conferences, and we have supported and followed up several pilot projects. The intention has been to start on a smaller scale to create interest, commitment and results, and then increase exponentially.

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Last updated 24 February 2020

Reference number 2019-01627

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