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  • A new book chapter is free for Open Access

    The aim of this work is to explore applications of the intercultural and multicultural paradigms to urban fabrics. My intention is to contribute to the ongoing academic debate, taking into…

  • A new publication discussing ‘Self-organization practices in cities’

    As a result of the Conference Cities and Self-organization (Rome, 11-13 December 2018) a new publication has been released. With the colleague Giovanni Attili, I’ve worked at the introduction of the…

  • Parkdale case study in Toronto. A little bit of context.

    The City of Toronto is experiencing strong dynamics of socio-spatial polarization. Toronto sees the level of income segregation rise at a more rapid rate than elsewhere in Canada (Walks et…

  • Participate Chicago

    From September 22nd to September 26th NEIGHBOURCHANGE Project will be in Chicago, University of Illinois, to attend to Participate!, an international conference on socio-spatial concepts in interdisciplinary approaches to planning, on…

  • Policy workshop report now available

    The report of the Policy Workshop Can institutions learn? Scaling-up innovation in urban regeneration settings. Barcelona, Bologna and Naples is now available at this link.   Policy workshop report   The…

  • Can Institutions Learn? A Policy seminar in Venice. Sign up here.

    20th of June, Venice, Italy, Palazzo Badoer You are invited to register below. To guartantee a fruitfull discussion only 40 seats are available. The event is free. Can institutions learn?…

  • OTB Seminar at TUDelft

    OTB SEMINAR SOCIAL INNOVATION IN URBAN REGENERATION Wednesday June 13, from 12.00-14.00h (including lunch) Room 01.West.620 Elena Ostanel, PhD in Urban Planning and Marie Curie Fellow, Iuav University of Venice, Italy Enzo Falco, PostDoc…

  • Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus

    The Neighbourchange Project goes to Cyprus for The urbanization of (IN)Justice: Public spaces in uncertain geographies conference. The purpose of the conference is to unfold, discuss, rethink and challenge prevailing discourses about…

  • Field work in Toronto has started

    Parkdale Neighbourhood has been selected as case study for the field research in Toronto. Parkdale is a socially, culturally, and economically diverse neighbourhood. This diversity attracts a wide range of community…

  • NEIGHBOURCHANGE collaborates with Pla De Barris

    Pla de Barris is one of the most interesting initiatives in Europe dealing with neighbourhood planning and inequalities reduction. I spent this January in Barcelona to figure out how the…