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La Fondazione Innovazione Urbana (Fundación Innovación Urbana) es un organismo creado por la ciudad de Bologna en estrecha colaboración con la Universidad como estructura-puente entre el Ayuntamiento y la ciudadanía.
Nace para responder al reto de diseñar nuevas formas de creación de políticas públicas. La Fondazione tiene tres líneas de trabajo principales: la Oficina de Imaginación Cívica (con la misión de activar procesos de escucha, colaboración, participación y co-diseño de proyectos y políticas públicas de la ciudad); la construcción del relato colectivo de la ciudad sobre sí misma (a través del Urban Center); el análisis y la visualización de los datos puestos a disposición por la revolución digital sobre las transformaciones urbanas (a través de Cartografare il presente).

La Fondazione Innovazione Urbana (Fundación Innovación Urbana) es un organismo creado por la ciudad de Bologna en estrecha colaboración con la Universidad como estructura-puente entre el Ayuntamiento y la ciudadanía.
Nace para responder al reto de diseñar nuevas formas de creación de políticas públicas. La Fondazione tiene tres líneas de trabajo principales: la Oficina de Imaginación Cívica (con la misión de activar procesos de escucha, colaboración, participación y co-diseño de proyectos y políticas públicas de la ciudad); la construcción del relato colectivo de la ciudad sobre sí misma (a través del Urban Center); el análisis y la visualización de los datos puestos a disposición por la revolución digital sobre las transformaciones urbanas (a través de Cartografare il presente).

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  1. 1. Giovanni Ginocchini Director Fondazione Innovazione Urbana Urban Centers: acting upon or with cities? October 19, 2018 University of Lisbon, Institute of Social Sciences, H2020 ROCK Centre for Urban Information of Lisbon (CIUL) Towards a Collaborative City
  2. 2. From EBO to FIU 2003 EBO 2006 UCB 2018 FIU 2018 FIU 2018 FIU
  3. 3. Why we change our statusWhy we change our status
  4. 4. Why we change our status Willingness to affirm and strenght its role as a collective brain, a place where new ideas become reality, a collector of innovative actions and a meeting point able to stimulate the dialogue between citizens, public institutions, associations and bottom-up movements, that all together represent the economic, social and cultural world active in the area.
  5. 5. Goals
  6. 6. Goals The innovative work of the new born foundation is evident on its desire to answer to the questions about the construction of the city: who are the main actors titled to decide for the future of the city and who pertain to this peculiar organism? and how we should govern the city in a more collaborative way?
  7. 7. Operational Structure and services The Foundation works as an “open lab” with 3 main pillars of action, representing in the meantime three different areas or departments: • Information, promotion and widespread communication on the territory; • Management of participatory processes aiming to boost citizens participation to public life and the co-design of the city; • Analysis of city transformation and work on data.
  8. 8. Why we change our statusAnalysis of City transformationUrban Center Bologna
  9. 9. Analysis of City transformationCivic Immagination
  10. 10. Mapping the present
  11. 11. Legal Structure Legal entity founded by the City of Bologna and the University of Bologna. The Foundation is supported by the major public agencies of the city and the 2 main Bank Foundation having their headquarte in Bologna.
  12. 12. Budget Budget comes from the City of Bologna, the University of Bologna, the main partners described above, the Bank Foundations, National financements in case of winning proposals in response of a specific call, and EU project financements.
  13. 13. Team
  14. 14. Team CDA 1 President + 4 Consultants nominated by the Municipality and the University of Bologna SC Scientific Committee formed by 5 members STAFF Management Administrative Office Communication and Graphic Design Logistics Participation and Community Management Experts on EU Funding Experts on Sustainability and Climate Change Scientific Consultants and Technological Partners on specific projects
  15. 15. Some data 2017 Visitors of the exhibitions About 100.000 people Worksops and Labs More than 2000 participants, more than 80 meetings Voters About 15.000 people Web Site: 106.700 page views 32.200 single users Facebook: 8.700 followers, Twitter: 11.700 followers Instagram: 1.000 followers Youtube: 123.690 views
  16. 16. Pilot Projects The Foundation manages many projects copromoted by members and other actors of the city, collected in a frame that we called “Urban Innovation Plan”. We describe here two Pilot projects that are very usueful to describe our works: - Districts Labs - U-Lab - Spaces Lab - Air Lab
  17. 17. Districts Labs
  18. 18. Districts Labs Districts Labs Since 2017, the City of Bologna includes on its annual budget 1 million euros for local projects co-designed by citizens. The Participatory Budget is an initiative promoted by the City of Bologna in order to foster the participation of citizens in the governance of the city. The areas where citizens are requested to participate, together with their needs, emerged during the Districts Laboratories that can be seen both as a serie of meetings and a methodology. After the presentation of the proposals, 3 phases are scheduled: co-designing, vote on the proposals and project implementation.
  19. 19. Districts Labs Main goal: engaging permanently communities, associations, enterprises and citizens within participatory processes; To do What: highlight priorities actions (for example in regeneration of public buldings and open spaces, social engagement, education, culture, etc) Main targets: stakeholders in the first phase and citizens as a whole in the final phase; Where: each district has priority areas choosen according to their social and economic conditions, forseen investments and ideas arised within the Collaborating is Bologna project;
  20. 20. Districts Labs The Districts Labs represent an instrument to increase the presence on the territory and the proximity to citizens.
  21. 21. Districts Labs 1. May 2017 Presentation to associations and communities in each district. 2. May–June 2017 Dialogue with associations And public meeting. 3. June–July 2017 Co-coreation and analysis of The proposals. 4. September 2017 Proposals to be published and explanation of projects guidelines. 5. October 2017 Proposals to be voted for the Participatory Budget 6. November 2017 Results will be returned to Participants. Implementation phase of the proposals. 7. March- April 2017 Co-design process within the Districts 2017
  22. 22. Districts Labs The Labs will focus on the regeneration of public buildings that, in some cases, have a high simbolic value for the city.
  23. 23. Why we change our statusU–Lab
  24. 24. U-Lab The project is financed by ROCK (Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural heritage in Knowledge and creative cities), an EU H2020 project started in 2016. U-Lab is Living Lab spacialised in participatory practices targeting the University Area of Bologna that, despite many other european cities, host the university district in the core of the historical centre. The main goal is to link different expertises and sectors to co-project the regeneration of the entire area, developing new ideas and experimenting new methods to use public spaces and services.
  25. 25. U-Lab U-Lab in numbers: ● More then 350 stakeholders have been involved in the process; ● it develops along 2 main actions: 1) listening and co-projecting to collect ideas and proposals during public meetings organised in the area; 2) experimenting actions and events in the area that are selected through an open call for proposals. ● 3 main themes: accessibility, sustainability, and collaboration for new productions; ● 4 places: Scaravilli Square, Rossini Square, the area surrounding the Municipal Theatre, and Via delle Moline); ● A series of ad hoc workshops focused on technologies to be applied to the urban environment: lights and sounds instruments, urban green technologies and others.
  26. 26. U–Lab Megaphone . Antenna . Arena . Factory . Collaboration to Rock European and local Platforms Collaboration to Rock Atlas Link to the Urban Innovation Plan . Thematic Workshops with local stakeholders Public surveys . Public meeting focusing on public spaces . Call for projects Technical Focus groups Temporary uses Experimentation of new products and services .
  27. 27. U–Lab
  28. 28. Pilot Projects Space Lab The Lab responds to primary needs expressed in 2017 within the Districts Lab process. These needs could be summarized in the widespread necessity of new urban public spaces, connected with a new concept of living the city and being a citizen.
  29. 29. Lab Spazi
  30. 30. Pilot Projects Air Lab The Lab aims to test a participatory process to involve citizens in the creation of a communication campaign on Air Urban Quality. Through the Lab, the Foundation aims to widespread a correct and conscious knowledge on the actions that could worsen the air quality in the city and those action that could instead improve the situation, while promoting the dialogue between different formal and informal actors.
  31. 31. Lab Spazi
  32. 32. How we measure our success
  33. 33. How we measure our success • an increment on public participation to processes and meetings • an increase on interest by national and international institutions, organisations and cities that ask us to provide them with support and menthoring to apply the same methodology to their respective cases • comments from citizens → However, these are not always positive but they represent a motivation to increase our commitment and to find a correct balance between our role of organisation supporting citizens requests and needs, and the necessities of the institution.
  34. 34. Failures
  35. 35. Failures ● Short term: dealing with conflicts in some of the city areas where mediation among actors and dialogue are not always easy to promote; ● Long term: interact with global urban changes and stimulate the dialogue with national and international actors;
  36. 36. Challenges • Collection and analysis of open data; • Expanding the involvement of private organisations and enterprises on our activites making the Foundations a recognised R&D organism; • Increasing the participation of youngsters and foreign citizens; • Making the experimenthal methodology we are testing a standardised approach to co-design the city → It is foundamental to stress the importance of involving citizens in the whole process of opinion formation and public debating. This requires a review of the sense of ‘we’ meaning being mutually affected by decisions.
  37. 37. Why we change our statusChallenges
  38. 38. These new challenges translate in a new headquarter for the Foundation where: • better experiment our processes; • test advanced technologies; • host events and conferences; • set up a permanent showroom on the city and a series of temporary exhibition. A new headquarter
  39. 39. Challenges
  40. 40. Thank you Salaborsa, Piazza Nettuno 3 40124 – Bologna (Italy) giovanni.ginocchini@fondazioneinnovazioneurbana.it www.fondazioneinnovazioneurbana.it

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