Crisi globali, nuove diseguaglianze e co-produzione di spazi: una prospettiva di ricerca

Titolo Rivista: TERRITORIO
Autori/Curatori: Francesco Lo Piccolo
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 98 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 5 P. 62-66 Dimensione file: 120 KB
DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-098010
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L’articolo propone una riflessione critica sul rischio di negazione sostanziale di diritti di cittadinanza a partire dalle forme di discriminazione nell’uso e fruizione dello spazio pubblico introdotte dalle crisi globali. La co-produzione di nuovi spazi alla micro-scala e alla scala di quartiere (a partire dagli spazi pubblici o semipubblici spesso privatizzati o sottoutilizzati) può divenire l’occasione per la generazione di nuovi luoghi di condivisione e socialità che rispondano alla richiesta di nuovi servizi e definiscano al contempo il profilo di una pratica urbanistica innovativa, fondata sul pieno riconoscimento del diritto alla città e sul patto istituzionicittadini.

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Francesco Lo Piccolo, Crisi globali, nuove diseguaglianze e co-produzione di spazi: una prospettiva di ricerca in "TERRITORIO" 98/2021, pp 62-66, DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-098010