Sharing NYC – Episode 2

Welcome back to the reflections on the New York City experience! Episode 1 showed the other side of the sharing economy, which is more linked to the economic struggles of the society than usually thought. Now let us have a deeper look into this reality. The NYC directory of sharing economy organizations tells an interesting […]

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XXIX SISP – Sharing economy’s EVERYWHERE!

On the 12 of September Prof. Christian Iaione, LabGov’s Coordinator, will participate to the XXIX annual conference of the Società Italiana di Scienza Politica, the leading Italian association of the political scientists of which the famous Giovanni Sartori and Norberto Bobbio were presidents. The conference will take place in the University of Calabria and it […]

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The City as a Commons: Designing and Governing the City as a Common Resource?

The “Open Collaboration Pact between the Municipality of Bologna and Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna” has been agreed! The pact aimes at re-conceiving urban spaces as a common resource for communities. . The Open collaboration pact is the first step in the process (towards) CO-Bologna, the public policy launched by the city during […]

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Are modern slavery and human trafficking crimes against humanity?

On July 21, the Pontificia Accademia delle Scienze will organize in Vatican City a working session that will be attended by 50 mayors of important world cities. Its main objective is to address modern slavery and human trafficking as crimes against humanity. Today we are facing two emergencies, somehow connected: climate crisis and new forms of […]

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