Save the date: next Saturday, 23rd March we will host the second EDU@LabGov community gardening session in Luiss Community Garden from 10 am to 13am.
The LabGovers will work in order to improve and complete the prototype of the platform that they are building. This session will represent a fundamental moment to practically apply what they have learnt during the first three modules in the classroom. This is not only a didactic moment, it is a collaborative practice that they will see to bud a project on which the LabGovers (students of the Urban Clinic of LabGov) are assiduously working and with passion. If you are interested in following their work, follow our official social networks!
At 5 p.m on Thursday 21rst of March, at the Area Camper L.G.P (via Casilina, 700 in Rome), will be held Rome Collaboratory’s second co-planning session. Rome Collaboratory is one of the 6 working fields to experiment sustainable models for the revalorization of European cities’ cultural Heritage. Coordinated by Luiss Labgov team, the session is open to all stakeholders active in the Alessandrino-Centocelle-Torre Spaccata districts. Using the output of the previous meeting, the participants will finalize the definition of the activities to be developed and implemented by the Rome Collaboratory from June 2019.
Smaller working groups will be constituted to think on specific themes and will then share their ideas to the Rome Collaboratory. Eventually a new date and agenda will be defined for the upcoming session.
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