On Tuesday the 16th of May 2017 Professor Christian Iaione, LabGov coordinator, will be in Naples to hold a seminar on the topic “The commons in Italy, between urban economies and public policies”.
His lesson is part of a series of seminars organized by Professor Giovanni Laino within the framework of the course Urban and metropolitan policies (UPTA) offered by the Architecture Department (DIARC) of the University Federico II in Naples.
The series of seminars, titled “Riuso contenitori dismessi, tra rigenerazione e innovazione sociale”, allows its participants to analyze topics such as the reuse of vacant urban spaces and buildings, urban regeneration and social innovation from different perspectives. This is possible thanks to the contributions brought by scholars, experts and practitioners with both a strong knowledge and practice in these fields. Each lesson will be the occasion to discover the experience of a different city (from Milan to Bari and Brindisi, with a special focus on Naples itself) ad to learn about the innovative processes that are regenerating our cities and our communities.
The previous seminars saw the participation of Claudio Calvaresi (Avanzi – Innovation and urban regeneration in Milan, Base and much more), Giuseppe Micciarelli (University of Salerno – The reuse of ex-spaces in Naples as citizenship laboratories), Roberto Covolo (Laboratorio Urbano Brindisi – Ex Fadda in San Vito dei Normanni), Claudio Morelli and Teta Sepe ( Metropolitan city and Neaples Municipality), Carla Tedesco (IUAV and Bari Municipality – The ex-Caserma Rossani in Bari) and Emma Ferulano (Chi rom e chi no – Chiku, regenerating a space in Scampia). Additionally the last seminar, which will take place on Thurday the 18th of May, will be held by Annibale D’Elia and will focus on the topic “Places, between social innovation and change”.
The complete program of the series is available here:
Martedì 16 maggio 2017 il Professor Christian Iaione, coordinatore di LabGov, terrà il seminario “Beni comuni in Italia, tra economie urbane e politiche pubbliche” all’interno del corso di Politiche urbane e metropolitane (UPTA) presso il Dipartimento di Architettura (DIARC) dell’università Federico II di Napoli.
L’intervento del Professor Iaione è parte di un ciclo di seminari dal titolo “Contenitori Urbani dismessi, tra rigenerazione e innovazione sociale”, a cura del Professore Giovanni Laino.
Tutti gli incontri si tengono dalle 10 alle 13 in aula SL 2.6 a via Forno vecchio 36, 2° piano.
Economic, environmental and social sustainability in the field of transports and infrastructure are at the center of the new call for practice “Nice to meet you G7!”, launched by ItaliaCamp with the support of the Italian Minister of Transport and Infrastructures.
The call, which develops within the framework of the Italian presidency of the G7, is addressed to public administrations, public bodies, enterprises, startups, associations, foundations, cooperatives, universities, research centers and citizens.
The aim is to imagine together a new mobility paradigm which could benefit the entire community in economic, social and environmental terms. It is time to build a new future in which mobility services and infrastructures are built together with citizens and local actors according to their needs, by using innovative materials and regenerating old structures in order to make the services economically and environmentally sustainable.
If you think your project contributes to achieving these aims and could represent a good practice in this filed, take part in the “Nice to meet you G7!” call and candidate your innovative solution on the website italiacamp.com by the 19th of May 2017. The best proposals will have the opportunity to take part in the activities taking place in Cagliari on the 21st and 22nd of June, in conjunction with the G7 Transports, which will see the participation of representatives of the Ministry, of public and private enterprises, of experts and different stakeholders active in this field.
The call for practices will assign two mentions, one for best practices coming from public bodies and one for innovative solutions and good practices developed by private subjects.
Here are the guidelines for the call.
Hai un progetto che contribuisce a promuovere sostenibilità ambientale, economica e sociale nell’ambito di infrastrutture e #trasporti?
Contribuisci ad immaginare un nuovo paradigma di mobilità sostenibile partecipando alla call “Nice to meet you G7!” e presentando la tua soluzione innovativa o una buona pratica già realizzata!
Le call è aperta fino al 19 maggio, candidati sul sito italiacamp.com!
The conference “Il nuovo codice dei contratti. Strumenti a disposizione delle Pubbliche Amministrazioni nella relazione con le imprese ordinarie e le imprese cooperative” (The new contracts code. Instruments for the Public Administrations in relation to ordinary and cooperative enterprises) will take place in Bergamo on Friday the 12th of May 2017.
The event, which is mainly addressed to members and functionaries of the local administration, is organized by Confcooperative Bergamo together with Legacoop Bergamo, AGCI Bergamo and some of the major Italian working unions (Cgil, Cisl e Uil), and is part of a series of initiatives aiming at promoting cooperation.
These initiatives originate from a widespread awareness of the potential of collaboration for local development, but also of the need for institutions and civil society to work together in order to realize this potential.
Professor Iaione, LabGov coordinator, will take part in the roundtable “Institutions and communities between new models and new needs”, together with Michele Bertola, Director General of the Municipality of Bergamo and Giuseppe Guerini, President of Confcooperative Bergamo.
Here is the complete program of the event:
“Venerdì 12 maggio, dalle 9.00 alle 13.00 presso la Sala degli Angeli della Casa del Giovane in via Gavazzeni 13, il convegno “Il nuovo codice dei contratti. Strumenti a disposizione delle Pubbliche Amministrazioni nella relazione con le imprese ordinarie e le imprese cooperative” rivolto principalmente ad amministratori e funzionari degli enti locali per sensibilizzarli ad una logica progettuale e consapevole nella programmazione e nella realizzazione delle procedure di affidamenti”.
Maggiori informazioni sono disponibili qui.
The PRIN conference “Attraversando la crisi, Innovazione e vita quotidiana” (Through the crisis, innovation and everyday life) will take place on Friday the 12th of May 2017 at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.
The event, organized by the Sociology Department and by the research center Modacult, will be an occasion to present and discuss the research “Pratiche sostenibili di vita quotidiana nel contesto della crisi: lavoro, consumo, partecipazione”, financed by the MIUR within the framework of Prin 2010-2011 and coordinated by Laura Bovone from the University Cattolica. Furthermore, during the conference the book “Resistere. Innovazione e vita quotidiana”, written by Laura Bovone and Carla Lunghi, will also be presented to the public.
Through a series of speeches, debates, workshops and roundtables the event will offer the opportunity to reflect on different topics: from sustainable consumption to work’s intimacy, from the urban commons to universalism and community services, from everyday practices to innovations. The conference will see the participation of numerous speaker, between which Alan Warde, from Manchester University, and Melissa Gregg, from Intel Corporation.
Professor Christian Iaione, LabGov coordinator, will take part in the roundtable “Innovation and everyday life”, which will take place at the end of the day.
Here is the complete program of the conference:
Venerdì 12 maggio 2017 presso l’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano avrà luogo il convegno PRIN “Attraversando la crisi – Innovazione e vita quotidiana”, un’occasione per riflettere su diversi argomenti: dal consumo sostenibile alla work’s intimacy, dai beni comuni all’universalismo nei servizi alla comunità. Ma soprattutto un occasione per confrontarsi sulla crisi e sulle risposte sviluppate per affrontarla, delle pratiche quotidiane alle numerose innovazioni.
Il Professor Christian Iaione, coordinatore di LabGov, sarà presente all’evento e prenderà parte alla tavola rotonda “Innovazione e vita quotidiana”.
On Wednesday the 10th of May the Turning Tables initiative, promoted by the network of international Laboratories UrbanLab+, comes to Calabria for a collective laboratory aiming at stimulating a dialogue on the functioning of cities and on the wellbeing of their inhabitants. The event is organized by the Urbanism Department of the Calabria region and by the UdLab of the Diatic Department of the University of Calabria, and will represent a great occasion to engage in a dialogue within the hearth of the local administration.
The laboratory, which aims at supporting the local development processes taking place in the region, takes as a starting point the occasion offered by the signature of the River Amato Contract and activates an innovative process which will see local actors as absolute protagonists. During the laboratory the participants, guided by experts from UdLab and LabGov and by members of the Region, will engage in a mapping activity which will help locating the relevant local actors and understanding the territory with all its everyday aspects, its needs and its desires.
During the event, after the opening by Francesco Rossi (Councillor for Territorial Planning and Urbanism of the Region) and the official greetings, Paola Cannavò from UdLab and Christian Iaione from LabGov, will introduce the concept of Collaboratorio and will guide the mapping process.
Here is the program of the event:
 The UrbanLab+ network, born in the context of the Venice Biennale, includes between its members: UdLab, Università della Calabria (Italia), laba, EPFL (Switzerland) KRVIA Mumbai (India); School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong (China); Urban Lab, University College London (UK); CUBES, Wits University Johannesburg (South Africa); U- Lab, TU Berlin – (Germany); OCUC, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (Chile).
Mercoledì 10 maggio, presso la Cittadella Regionale della Calabria, si terrà un laboratorio collaborativo organizzato nel contesto dell’iniziativa Turning Tables promossa da UrbanLab+. L’evento, organizzato dall’Assessorato alla Pianificazione Territoriale e Urbanistica e l’UdLab del Dipartimento Diatic dell’Università della Calabria, mira a stimolare il dialogo ed il confronto sul funzionamento della città (e del territorio) e sul benessere dei suoi abitanti.
Il Professor Christian Iaione, co-fondatore di LabGov, sarà presente all’incontro per presentare, assieme a Paola Cannavò di UdLab, il Collaboratorio, e per coordinare le attività di mappatura a cui prenderanno parte i partecipanti al laboratorio.