Cities play a key role in addressing many of the global challenges of the 21st century (poverty, inequality, unemployment, environmental degradation and climate change) and in ensuring "inclusive and equitable quality education" by promoting opportunities for lifelong learning (SDG 4). However, the worsening of forms of social marginality poses governance problems to cities and commits them to planning actions in favor of the most vulnerable, relying above all on collaboration with the various stakeholders, according to the learning cities model.

Combattere lo svantaggio nelle città: il ruolo della governance partecipativa nello sviluppo del Learning City

Roberta Piazza
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Simona Rizzari
2021

Abstract

Cities play a key role in addressing many of the global challenges of the 21st century (poverty, inequality, unemployment, environmental degradation and climate change) and in ensuring "inclusive and equitable quality education" by promoting opportunities for lifelong learning (SDG 4). However, the worsening of forms of social marginality poses governance problems to cities and commits them to planning actions in favor of the most vulnerable, relying above all on collaboration with the various stakeholders, according to the learning cities model.
lifelong learning, local administrations, stakeholders, participatory approach
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