Co-governance, mutual responsability in cities today
4 days of dialogue and training for those who are committed in improving the situation of the cities: mayors, council members, councilors, civil servants, consultants, scholars, service providers, leaders of cooperatives and companies, active citizens and young leaders.
the complex and connected cities today, require a vision, ability, mutual responsability and resilience to corruption: a “co-governance”. Moreover, it needs a “full” urban planning, capable of renewing itself through a public integrated policy. And also to introduce decentralized cooperation among the cities to tackle inequalities, marginalization, pollution and climate change.
METHOD AND PERSPECTIVE
participatory sessions, to give an outlook of building networks and a new idea on the “co-governance” of the cities.
Information and pre-registration