LEARN TO KNOW. Workshop November 13th: Mapping and understanding the territory.

  On 13 November at the LUISS Campus of Viale Romania, LabGovers met several experts who carried out in Rome  experiences of digital, institutional and scientific  mapping. With them they discussed on the importance of mapping as a tool of knowledge and reaserch on the territories, as well as an opportunity to adopt a different view […]

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The City as a commons: the first international conference on urban commons

We are honored to announce you that  the 1st IASC (International Association for the Study of the Commons) Thematic Conference on urban commons is coming. The IASC Conference, named “ The City as a Commons: Reconceiving Urban Space, Common Goods And City Governance” is organized by LabGov in collaboration with Fordham University of New York […]

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Innovation and Territory, the CSR exhibition at LUISS

On May the 6th, LUISS will host the second edition of the CSR and Social Innovation Exhibition in Rome, named “Passion and Inspiration: get ready for the future”. It is the most important event in Italy dedicated to the development of the Corporate Social Responsibility, towards more and more innovative and sustainable scenarios. This edition […]

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The city as a commons. The city as an institution for collective action

On 14th May 2015, , Prof. Sheila Foster and Prof. Christian Iaione will present their co-authored paper “The city as a commons”. The presentation will take place in Rome, at La Sapienza University, at the School of Economics and Law in Via Del Castro Laurenziano 9, 2nd Floor, at 4:00 pm.   The paper will […]

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Battipaglia is designing the first collaborative urban strategic plan

Before going to the first civic Collaboration Fest in Bologna, we will travel down south to Campania. In Battipaglia – a fifty-thousands inhabitants town in the province of Salerno – on the 7th of May at 10.30 a.m. and at 2.30 p.m at the De Amicis school, two co-working sessions on “Regenerate Battipaglia” and “Green Battipaglia” […]

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PIANTAGONO – Cleaning our flowerbed to regenerate our neighbourhood!

Next Friday, April the 17th, LabGov – LABoratory for the GOVernance of commons and AMUSE – Amici Municipio Secondo will collaborate to regenerate the central flowerbed of Piazza Ungheria, Rome. The goal of the project is to raise awareness of sustainable development, the care and regeneration of urban green spaces and governance of the commons. […]

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LabGov’s Conference on “Land and new forms of legal order”

Is it possible to develop new forms of legal order through a strategy that better protect the territory of our country? How can legality become a cultural element shared by our community rather than being an abstract concept? These were some of the questions raised at the conference “Territorio e nuove forme di Legalità” that […]

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New strategies for legal order: is collaborative governance the way to go?

On March 17th, 2015, LabGov will host the Conference Land and new forms of legal order at LUISS University of Rome. The Conference – that will start at 4:30 PM in Aula Nocco, Via Parenzo 11, LUISS School of Law – will address the issue of collaborative governance for the commons as a tool to fight corruption and […]

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The Spring LabGov workshops series restarts on March 6th!

After a brief pause, the LabGov workshops restart again Friday, March the 6th. During the next two months, LUISS University will host leading experts in governance, social and cultural innovation and many other issues. Last semester LabGov hosted lots of debates concerning different topics and across intresting points of view. We dealt with social and […]

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Sustainable development hand in hand with social inclusion: EU’GO!

Once again the European Union has been the driving force of social innovation, through the so-called Grundtvig Programme. Often underestimated in its innovative and cohesive potential, since 2000 the European Union has regularly funded projects devised at the national level which succeed in providing the adult population “with ways to improve their knowledge and skills, keeping them […]

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