The Possibility of a CO-City – Interview with Christian Iaione by Anne de Zeeuw and Michiel Hulshof for New Europe, Cities in Transition. 17 November 2016

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“Citizens should not just be involved, but they should be driving the process, being the managers.”

What does the rise of bottom-up initiatives mean for our current welfare state? Does it provide a way out of the growing dichotomy between active citizens and non-active citizens?

Professor Christian Iaione (LUISS University, Rome) talks about the idea of a ‘co-city’ – cognitive, collaborative city – which has been implemented in Bologna’s administration.


Read the full interview here.

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