Eutropian joins the New European Bauhaus initiative

The New European Bauhaus initiative, promoted by the European Commission, connects the European Green Deal to our living spaces. The initiative will bring citizens, experts, businesses, and institutions together and facilitate conversations about making tomorrow’s living spaces more affordable and accessible.   Eutropian has, recently, become an official partner of the New European Bauhaus. Accordingly, we Read More …

Co-designing urban jungles – article by Daniela Patti

In a world of increasingly complex problems, collaboration is pivotal in any decision-making process. The success of an intervention required multiple stakeholders to come together and actively create, in order to improve the systems and services. PUJ adopted a co-design thinking approach that involves different non-designers in various co-design activities throughout the design process. Article Read More …

Eutropian participates in REFLOW

The REFLOW Project is an H2020 EU project that aims to develop circular and regenerative cities by enabling active citizen involvement as well as systemic change that promotes a re-thinking of the current approach to material flows in cities. Eutropian  supports the Municipality of Milan in attaining the goals of what’s defined as Task 5.5 Read More …

Prato Turns Green – article by Daniela Patti

https://eutropian.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/pratourbanjungle-480.mp4 PUJ is an Urban Innovative Actions project aiming to convert urban areas into so-called urban jungles or areas of high density plants and trees to help improve the quality of air in the city, as well as the quality of life and citizen satisfaction. The proposed urban jungles will be developed with citizen involvement Read More …

Eutropian engages with EUARENAS pilot cities

EUARENAS investigates the ways in which social movements coupled with local government reform initiatives, manifest themselves in local-level experiments and create momentum for political change. The project promotes inclusive and participatory forms of governance. The project consists of universities, municipalities, think-tanks, NGOs and active civil society actors, with an  interest in exploring the mechanism of Read More …

Next Generation Europe: planning the future of Rome

Eutropian will be co-organizing the fifth “Mosaico Roma” on Friday February 16th. Join us for the live broadcast as we discuss the future of Rome following the current crisis. The National Recovery and Resilience Plan to be discussed The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), part of The Next Generation EU, will be allocating a significant Read More …

Periphery Organizing

Eutropian has successfully facilitated a participative process as part of “Casa Internazionale delle Donne” event.  The process helped displayed how actors and partners, as well as institutions, could beidentified to ensure the development and amplification of the project -involving youngsters over a two year period.   Read more about the project  in Italian: https://percorsiconibambini.it/peripheryorganizing/2021/01/13/eutropian-politica/

Eutropian participates in EUARENAS kickoff

Eutropian participated in the kick-off of EUARENAS an H2020 project focusing on deliberative and participatory democracy tools and mechanisms. EUArenas aims to assess local experiences in innovative governance as a means to test the viability of innovative/experimental governance and point out ways in which deficiencies of the democratic process can be addressed.  Together with Comparative Research Read More …