Do you feel free to participate in and shape your city? This freedom is one of the most precious and at the same time neglected rights. Cities, to be lively and democratic, need to be collective spaces, where inequalities are fought. Our right to the city – which is collective, linked to well-being – is to occupy public spaces, democratize access to the city, guarantee urban mobility and environmental sustainability.
To this end, we focus on and promote thematic discussions and trainings on the public budget, sustainability, democracy, rights, equality, race, gender, mobility, urban agriculture and waste management. Always aiming to discuss more sustainable, fair and democratic cities.