Cooperative City in Quarantine

Cooperative City in Quarantine
(Pending editorial review)
Österreich (Wien)
It was only months ago that we were facing a global pandemic threatening us all. At that moment, we felt the last thing the world needed was more doom and gloom. So we did, what any person locked in their homes would do: we accessed the tools at our disposal and reached out to our community: you. We felt that displaying solidarity and exchanging ideas would help us all feel a bit more at ease. Together, we could look at the circumstances in a positive light, and discuss the most pressing issues facing out cities. So we explored unique solutions to overcoming the challenges set forth by this crisis. Most importantly, we managed to highlight the positive work being done by civil societies and organizations despite the limitations. And now... As we emerge from the lock-down and society slowly reverts back to "normal", we'll be broadcasting the final Cooperative City under Quarantine episode! The episode will summarize our experiences, and present a manifesto: one that emerged as a necessity after our hours of conversations and live broadcasts with experts and practitioners: Planning post-COVID-19 cooperative cities Hosted by the extensive Eutropian team together with Urban Thinker Campus this final episode will feature the following guests: #Loris Di Pietrantonio, Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission #Andor Urmos, DG REGIO, European Commission #Peter Takacs, DG REGIO, European Commission #Nuala Morgan, URBACT #Johannes Riegler, JPI Urban Europee #Nicolas Stuehlinger, The Innovation in Politics Institute #Mart Grisel, European Urban Knowledge Network #Andreas Schieder, URBAN Intergroup of the European Parliament #Raffaele Barbato, Urban Innovative Action. Make sure to join us, follow the debate, and initiate exchange through your questions!
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Cooperative City by Eutropian GmbH (18 June 2020)

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The Cooperative City Magazine is a project run by Eutropian, based in Vienna, Austria. The company is working with various European cities and partners in order to improve the urban tissue, involve citizens and defend their rights to the city. This online magazine is collecting and sharing promising practices from European cities. By focusing on the experiences of those who make, transform and enhance our cities, the magazine addresses their relationships, their challenges and their successes in bringing forward more inclusive and resilient cities. The Cooperative City Magazine is the result of the joint effort of many different professionals, who collectively create this experiment. Our aim is to bring to our readers novel contents on how locally rooted development projects shape our cities.

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As citizens come together to stand tall against the adversity caused by the global pandemic, cooperative city is here to share their stories. Follow stories on #Socialsolidarity right here on Cooperative City

Publiée par Cooperative City sur Mercredi 18 mars 2020

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