Open Heritage Participatory Platform

Organizing, Promoting and Enabling Heritage Re-use through Inclusion, Technology, Access, Governance and Empowerment

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  • New proposal at Engagement Strategy
    Promoting Heritage Re-use
    Joint actions, peer learning, and strong partnerships between civil society, business leaders and all levels of government contribute to heritage regeneration and local sustainable development and can make real change on the ground. Sharing knowledge with and among local actors and applying sustainable development principles with a local and regional context helps address and promote heritage-re use in the right way and implement effective local projects.
  • New proposal at Engagement Strategy
    Promoting Heritage Re-use
    Joint actions, peer learning, and strong partnerships between civil society, business leaders and all levels of government contribute to heritage regeneration and local sustainable development and can make real change on the ground. Sharing knowledge with and among local actors and applying sustainable development principles with a local and regional context helps address and promote heritage-re use in the right way and implement effective local projects.
  • New proposal at Engagement Strategy
    Enabling Heritage Re-use
    Adaptive reuse is an enabler and lever for social and economic value creation. Which factors trigger and facilitate adaptive re-use? How to involve communities and users as shareholders in adaptive re-use? Which social and economic values are created and how to distribute the benefits evenly over all shareholders?
  • New proposal at Engagement Strategy
    Enabling Heritage Re-use
    Adaptive re-use of buildings and areas is an enabler and lever for social and economic value creation. Which factors trigger and facilitate reuse? How can local communities and users become shareholders in the re-use process? Which values are created and how to share benefits over all shareholders?
  • New meeting at Consortium assembly
    Rome Consortium Meeting
    This meeting is for all partners. In Rome we will be able to check out the work being done by the Centocelle Lab with their bike project, work on our partner engagement, as well as discuss new topics, and work packages within OpenHeritage. The sessions for our partner engagement strategy will inc...
  • New proposal at Engagement Strategy
    Introduction
    Who are we? We are a collaboration between multiple organizations, actors, and communities across the European Union through the project OpenHeritage. We share the collective aim of creating urban reuse processes through greater inclusion, access to technology, and more just collaborative governance. Our work takes place in six different communities and neighborhoods in Prädikow, Berlin; Pómaz, Budapest; Centocelle, Rome; Sunderland, London; Praga, Warsaw; and Marquês de Abrantes, Lisbon. Though our contexts are different and unique, we have come together to collaborate and co-create to create strong practices around heritage and the communities that inhabit and surround it. Why are we writing this? Within Open Heritage our learning has been invaluable because of the practices co created within our neighborhoods and the diversity of our contexts. We live in polarising political times where there is serious doubt about the power of the everyday citizen and the inclusiveness and transparency of democratic processes. So at this juncture in our journey, we have made a collective effort to reflect and celebrate the important lessons and principles within our work within heritage, our neighborhoods, and our wider EU community. How are we writing this? Within OpenHeritage the title of our project is Organizing, Promoting and Enabling Heritage Reuse through Inclusion, Technology, Access, Governance and Empowerment and we wanted to begin from this text to give the terms greater meaning and connection to our collective project and context. As a result the idea is that each partner would write an statement about a term within the title that connects to their values as an organization within OpenHeritage or within their lab. While there are fewer terms than partners, we resolved the decision of who would write each section through the sortition feature on Decidim. The text itself is being written through the participatory text feature that records each amendment and is open to commentary from those who want to constructively contribute.

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