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Luiss Debates - Civic Engagement, Heritage and Sustainability

9 December 2019 at 5:30 PM
Aula Toti Viale Romania 32, Roma
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This Luiss Debate - organized by Luiss School of Law and Luiss LabGov.City, in collaboration with Roma Tre University Architecture Department and Eutropian - will take place within the Open Heritage Third Consortium Meeting, a pioneering engaged and problem-based research project on community-led sustainability mechanisms for cultural heritage in cities that will take place at Luiss on the same day. The Meeting will host scholars, international, European and national public institutions to stimulate a discussion about civic engagement and sustainability (social, economic and environmental) as cross-cutting principles for cultural heritage governance and applied research to trigger sustainable development processes at the local level.


Institutional greetings
Andrea Prencipe Rector Luiss University
Antonio Punzi Department of Law Vice Dean Luiss University

Raffaele Bifulco Professor of Constitutional law - Department of Law Luiss University

Luisella Pavan Woolfe Council of Europe “The role of the Faro Convention for the promotion of equality, inclusion and development of local communities and minorities through heritage”
Erminia Sciacchitano EU Commission DG Culture Policy Officer and Chief Scientific Advisor European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 “The EU Policy framework on participatory governance of cultural heritage”
Mark Thatcher Professor of Political science Luiss University “European Cultural Heritage policy: identity and markets”

Panel discussion
Sandra Gizdulich Urban Agenda Partnership for Culture and Cultural Heritage and Italy Territorial Cohesion Agency "What is emerging from the works of the Urban Partnership on Culture and Cultural Heritage that goes in the direction of participatory governance of heritage?"
Esmeralda Valente Contemporary creativity and Urban Regeneration Directorate - Italian Ministry of Culture “How does the Piano Culturo Futuro Urbano fits within the European and EU framework of participatory governance of cultural heritage?”
Peter Gould University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaelogy and Anthropology and American University of Rome “How all this (framework and European best practices) are in line with his studies on Empowering Communities through Archaelogy and Heritage?”

Concluding remarks
Giovanni Caudo Roma Tre University - Architecture Department
Elena De Nictolis Department of Law Luiss University