Eutropian: Who profits from heritage?

Eutropian: Who profits from heritage?

Informed cities is a series of international events on urban governance, renowned as a space for open exchange and learning. The 7th Informed Cities Forum will be taking place in Warsaw on October 15 & 16th, and we’d like to invite you to join more than 100 urban thinkers and practitioners from across Europe to focus on urban regeneration processes.

Building on the experience of the Actors of Urban Change community as well as that of the OpenHeritage project, which identifies best practices of adaptive heritage re-use across Europe and develops inclusive governance and management models for overlooked heritage sites, the forum will explore new ideas and tools to empower local communities and safeguard urban commons.

The event will gather a mix of urban activists, social entrepreneurs, local and European policy makers, researchers, investors and funders to exchange and learn from one another in a unique arena. The aim is to bring together practical urban regeneration experience with financial and regulatory expertise in order to increase social, economic and environmental benefits for our communities

Participation is free of charge and registration is currently open!
 

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