Startblok Riekerhaven is a ‘European laboratory’ for housing and integrating a wave of refugees.
The first step for cities on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: making people aware of them.
The city’s organic, decentralized approach revitalized Buiksloterham even in the midst of a recession.
Ahmed Aboutaleb is never afraid to speak his mind as he works to make Rotterdam more prosperous and culturally integrated.
The interactive art project utilizes the only right the refugees have in the Netherlands: free expression.
Nijmegen is turning a flood-control project on the River Waal into an opportunity to redevelop its inner core.
With a visitor surge crowding space in central Amsterdam, the city is marketing its neighborhoods as an alternative for tourists.
Hundreds of groups have sprung up to help their fellow citizens with everything from a cup of coffee to prescription drugs.
Technology gets to the heart of a Dutch neighborhood's trust issues.
The results of a three-month study on the economic and social effects of the Colombian city's iconic intervention.