Socially Integrative City, Neighborhood Management
What Does it Cost?
From 1999 to 2015, 364 million Euros from various support programs had been spent in the neighborhood management areas. Funds allocated as follows: National government 68,5 million Euros, European Union 112,1 million Euros, and Land Berlin 183,4 million Euros.
The money had been spent mainly on the lasting revaluation of urban area and housing environment, for social and ethnical integration, and for the support of cooperation and organization among neighbors. Furthermore, young people, who had already been excluded from the education and labor markets, were provided with new chances of access to job training and gainful occupation.
Berlin's Neighborhood Management: applied cohesion policyStrengthening social cohesiveness, promoting social and ethnical integration, implementing integrated urban development programs in a participatory and interdisciplinary way - the following pages about the areas and projects give an insight into the multitude of activities implemented under the program "Socially Integrative City".