(Open to public)
DAY ONE | 24 October
8.30 – 9:00 REGISTRATION
9:00 – 9:30 WELCOME AND GREETINGS – Main Room
The opening session will host the key actors behind the event and their welcome to the participants; will introduce the objectives for the event and the agenda for the two days.
Marco Pironti, Deputy Mayor for Innovation and Smart City of the City of Turin
Tricia Hackett, International Urban Cooperation (IUC), Sustainable Urban Development Advisor
Fabrizio Barbiero, Public Manager,City of TurinInnovation European Funds Department
9.30 – 11.00: SOCIAL INNOVATION AS A STRATEGIC ASSET FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN REGENERATION PROGRAMMES
Public plenary session– Main Room
Chair: Manuelita Mancini Director of Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini
The first session offers an overview of the EU and USA policies, system conditions and levers that cities can implement in order to act as a platform and an “organic community”, to encompass their capacity to innovate and generate an inclusive environment for economic development by new regeneration programmes.
Edoardo Reviglio, CDP e HLTF on Social Infrastructure, “Boosting Investment in Social Infrastructure in Europe”
Michael Braverman, Housing Commissioner, Baltimore Department of Housing & Community Development, “A Framework for Community Development”
Cristian Iaione, Luiss LabGov, UIA, Urbact, Urban Agenda for the, “Urban Innovation Partnerships: a public-private-community cooperation to advance a mission-oriented innovation policy agenda“.
11.00 – 11.15: Coffee break
11.15 – 13.15: PUBLIC ASSETS AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AS LEVERAGES FOR URBAN REGENERATION
Roundtables session- Main Room
The second session is a roundtable, moderated by chair, offering an overview on Baltimora and Turin case studies that demonstrate as public assets can be leverages to urban regeneration, expressing a demand-side innovation policy from a variety of perspectives, that can contribute to generate sustainable integrated local development led by the cities.
Chair: Fabio Sgaragli, Head of Innovation, Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini
Colin Tarbert, Baltimore Development Corporation/ City of Baltimore, “The use of TIF-Tax Increment Financing”
Ernst Valery, SAA | EVI, “Investing in communities”
Roberto Mezzalama, CEO of Golder Associates,“ Evaluation of Torino’s social innovation policy
Mario Montalcini, Partner and CEO of Brainscapital and founder of the homes4all project, “Homes4all, a real estate platform at the service of the social”
The official language of the Summit is English language
photos by courtesy of Colin Tarbert