Public Urban Spaces and Open Spaces: Common Goods. New Enhancement Projects and Processes. Italian and Serbian Experiences
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Francesca Giofrè, Zoran Đukanović
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Over time, the idea that the regeneration of the world's residual, intermediate suburban spaces plays a strategic role in testing new models of participatory processes has gradually taken hold. Cohesion, inclusiveness, sharing and integration are the basis of such processes. They are the concepts that lie at the heart of the documents produced at an international level over the past 30 years, particularly the 2030 New Urban Agenda, as the five 'P's: People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership. In such a scenario, the extent to which an open urban space can be recognized as a common good becomes the focus of trials and projects of interest in the derelict parts of previously urbanized areas: with Patti di Collaborazione ('Collaboration Pacts') in Italy and with an educational multidisciplinary programme entitled 'Public art & Public space' (PaPs) in Belgrade (Serbia). We argue as the open spaces benefit daily urban life and play a vital role in creating healthier, more sociable c...ommunities is changing attitudes, policies and actions.
Keywords:international policies / open and urban spaces / common goods / processes / projects
Source:5th; Book of Conference Proceedings International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference On Social Sciences And Arts SGEM2018; Volume 5; Urban Planning, Architecture & Design; Issue 5.2; Urban Studies Planning and Development, 2018, 5, 5.2, 153-160
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