The All’IN Guide
This spring an ALL’IN youth manual has been produced, to guide cities to engage and train young people to develop concepts that can contribute to a cool and safe city for all. The All’IN Guide provides methods, tangible tools, recommendations, and inspiration and goes out to city actors who wish to mobilize and engage young people in an action and community orientated approach.
Read more about our All’IN concept.
Let us know if you need help or sparring on your next step on youth engagement.
The Nordic Safe Cities Guide
The Nordic Safe Cities guide is a free tool for politicians and practitioners in the Nordic countries and beyond. It contains best practices from the Nordic region and words of advice from practitioners and experts. It aims to give cities guidance and inspiration on how to:
- Ensure resilient, tolerant and trusting societies
- Improve safety strategies and practices on how to prevent radicalization and violent extremism
23-24 August 2017, Nordic Safe Cities invited 70 practitioners and experts to Mjølnerparken, Copenhagen. To share knowledge and experience, work with cases, give recommendations and do concept development.
The results from the group have been collected in this small catalog for inspiration or as a concrete starting point for further development.
Guidelines for your safe city strategy 2020
With these ‘Guidelines for your safe city strategy 2020’, we wish to support the efforts in Nordic cities to create and continuously improve their safe city strategies and action plans.
The Nordic Capital Code
This publication, The Capital Code 2020, marks the beginning a journey. The publication demonstrates the capital cities’ aim and commitment to continuously create safer, open, and resilient cities that reduce hate and extremist violence and the polarization between citizens.
SAFE SPACES TASK FORCE 2020
There is an opportunity in Nordic cities to create safe, inspiring and attractive spaces where urban safety planning and security go hand in hand with open and democratic public spaces. At the summit, we officially launched a new collaboration titled ‘Safe Spaces Task Force’ between Nordic Safe Cities and SLA. This new task force is established to engage member cities to rethink how they keep their urban spaces safe, secure and livable.
The Safe Spaces Taskforce invites member cities to join the work in 2020 and over one year get insights and sparring on a local urban development project.
Read more here about how you can take part in the task force in 2020