A participatory process is a sequence of participatory activities (e.g. first filling out a survey, then making proposals, discussing them in face-to-face or virtual meetings, and finally prioritizing them) with the aim of defining and making a decision on a specific topic.
Examples of participatory processes are: a process of electing committee members (where candidatures are first presented, then debated and finally a candidacy is chosen), participatory budgets (where proposals are made, valued economically and voted on with the money available), a strategic planning process, the collaborative drafting of a regulation or norm, the design of an urban space or the production of a public policy plan.
Save the Date – Living Memory Exhibition: European Heritage Days
Save the Date for the Parteciparte Event on September 25 2021Save the Date – Living Memory Exhibition: European Heritage Days More info
Energie di comunità - Capacity building
An open training track to provide the community with theoretical and practical skills that foster the autonomous development of civic entrepreuneurship within the community so as to valorise the high cultural and touristic richness of the Alessandrino, Centocelle and Torre Spaccata districts.Energie di comunità - Capacity building More info
GOV Local Action Plan
Co-design laboratories have been organized in key places of the Co-District, to analyze the needs of territory and to involve the local community in finding solutions to local issues. These laboratories were organized to give the local community the instruments to turn their ideas into action. The laboratories are run by professional service designers and hosts thematic experts. Meetings and co-design sessions planned with the local community/local stakeholders from November 2018 to April 2019.GOV Local Action Plan More info
Co-Roma - Capacity Building
The project is part of a wider one that is Co-Roma.it (http://co-roma.it/?page_id=2988) and consists in the launch of a capacity building path that aims to implement new synergies and provide practical tools to those already working in the field of collaboration for sustainable development in Rome. The aim of the capacity building path is to discover and train new "neighborhood cooperators" who can contribute to the implementation of projects already active in the area, or to generate new forms of urban cooperativism.Co-Roma - Capacity Building More info
European Heritage Days
On Saturday 26th September and Saturday 10th October 2020, on the occasion of the European Heritage Days sponsored every year by the Council of Europe and supported by the Italian Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism (MiBACT), Co-Rome together with the co-district community managing organizations, as for CooperACTiva and the Community for the Public Park of Centocelle (CPPC), organized two days of itinerant walks in the co-district Rome South-East, joining the initiative of the European Heritage Days 2020. The initiative has been supported by LUISS-LabGov.City, OpenHeritage.eu, Fusolab 2.0 and the non-profit organizat...European Heritage Days More info
Living Memory Exhibition
Starting from Saturday 31st October (10:00-12:00 a.m.) there will be a series of online workshops on the management of art projects related to visual art organized by Co-Roma, in collaboration with CooperACTiva, with the support of Sarteria, a cultural start-up for the promotion of artistic, historical, environmental, literary and cultural heritage (https://sarteria.com/#!/up), and Luiss-LabGov.City.
The capacity building process is part of the activities of OpenHeritage.eu project and is aimed at activating digital workshops that will lead to the creation and implementation of a shared and co-designed artistic exhibition b...Living Memory Exhibition More info
Co-Roma – Promoting Heritage Value through Cooperation
This article is about the Co-Roma coalition and the activities it is undertaking following the Faro convention principles. The strength of Co-Roma relies in being a coalition of different entities, which allows strategic and inclusive co-governance of urban resources. By co-governance, Co-Roma refers to a collaborative and democratic form of governance which relies on cooperativeness and co-ownership, which enables local citizens to actively participate in the collective use and valorisation of district heritage. Collaborative models of governance have produced ideas such as the current development of electric bike tours,...Co-Roma – Promoting Heritage Value through Cooperation More info