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‘Digital Badges’ for participants to mark the completion of the MiFriendly Cities project

To mark the completion of the MiFriendly Cities project, and acknowledge the incredible contribution made by participants across the 3 year programme, digital badges have been created for project participants, grantees and those trained and accredited.

Designed for use on social media and for email signatures, it is hoped these badges will continue to support our participants in the future, by association with this project and to provide some context and acknowledgement of their work in the MiFC project.

There are 3 badges:

Grantee – A project participant, or project led by that participant, that has received grant funding from MiFriendly Cities. For example, a Social Innovation project or a Social Enterprise.

Participant – A project participant that has attended a course, activity or programme.

Accredited – A project participant that has achieved additional recognition from the project. This might include training: e.g. Citizen Social Scientists and our Health Champions.

Partners from the project will be distributing badges to their participants throughout the next few weeks and months.

The project would like to thank everyone involved in delivering this amazing programme, from our 11 partners, hundreds of participants, service and programme providers and of course, our co-funder the UIA (Urban Innovative Actions).

You can find all of the resources associated with the project here.

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European Union & Urban Innovative Actions

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.