Posts Tagged: citizenship

Cities and citizenship in the time of Facebook

Pubblicato su Domusweb, qui in italiano. How do cities use social networks and the Internet? The annual report by Icity Lab, an Italian platform providing support for public administration and citizens interested in rendering cities more intelligent (more liveable, sustainable,

Cities and citizenship in the time of Facebook

Pubblicato su Domusweb, qui in italiano. How do cities use social networks and the Internet? The annual report by Icity Lab, an Italian platform providing support for public administration and citizens interested in rendering cities more intelligent (more liveable, sustainable,

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of

Habitat III and The New Urban Agenda

Published on Eastonline Between 17 and 20 October Quito, Ecuador, hosted Habitat III, the third international conference organized by UN-Habitat, the UN agency for human settlements. The event is important because after the first meeting of ’76 in Vancouver and

Habitat III and The New Urban Agenda

Published on Eastonline Between 17 and 20 October Quito, Ecuador, hosted Habitat III, the third international conference organized by UN-Habitat, the UN agency for human settlements. The event is important because after the first meeting of ’76 in Vancouver and

Polis and Climate Change Policy

Published on Domusweb There is agreement. Delegates from 195 nations (all the internationally recognised States) have reached a binding agreement to limit global warming to less than 2° above pre-industrial levels. Although not yet fully satisfactory (it does not commit

Polis and Climate Change Policy

Published on Domusweb There is agreement. Delegates from 195 nations (all the internationally recognised States) have reached a binding agreement to limit global warming to less than 2° above pre-industrial levels. Although not yet fully satisfactory (it does not commit