Problemi e prospettive di 5 metropoli dell’America Latina

By on 17 Novembre 2019

FEEM – Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei – 5 giorni di dibattito ” Problemi e prospettive di 5 metropoli dell’America Latina ” –

Istituto Europa Asia
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Europe Asia Institute

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Tra i relatori invitati il presidente di Istituto Europa Asia e di Assoedilizia Achille Colombo Clerici

AMERICA LATINA, PROBLEMI E PROSPETTIVE DI CINQUE METROPOLI

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Soltanto cinque  delle più grandi aree metropolitane del mondo sono situate nell’America Latina: Città del Messico, San Paolo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro e Lima.

Le loro condizioni sociali, politiche ed economiche nonché le più rilevanti conseguenze in termini di ineguaglianza, democrazia e neoliberismo sono state analizzate in cinque giorni di lavori a cura di FEEM-Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei di Milano, prof. Giulio Sapelli Consigliere di amministrazione. Di seguito gli intervenuti e i temi. Tra i relatori invitati, Achille Colombo Clerici, presidente di Federlombarda Edilizia e di Assoedilizia e vicepresidente di Confedilizia.

National University of General San Martín – Argentina
PhD student: Francesca Ferlicca Tutor: Prof. Alejandro Sehtman
Participants Universities: Accra, Bangalore, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Montreal, Naples, Paris, Passau, Pune, Santiago de Chile, Toulouse, Trento (1-2 professors from each city+1 PhD student from each city+ external advisors and guests)
1°day
OPENING PLENARY SESSION FEEM Presentation, Keynote addresses, discussion in detail. Presentation of FEEM, Filippo Tessari Souths of the World: a conceptual framework. Paolo Perulli Keynote addresses: the state of the art (each presentation will be a short position paper on the topic, to be presented in 10’, followed by a discussant in 10’). Migration, Giuseppe Sciortino (Trento), Paola Pasquali (Paris). Urbanization, Kala S. Sridhar (Bangalore), Marco Cremaschi (Paris). Housing, Margarita Greene (Santiago de Chile), Laura Lieto (Naples). Urban Sustainable Development and Environment, Enrique Aliste (Santiago de Chile), Corinne Siino (Toulouse). Inequality and Poverty, George Owusu (Accra), Ashok Saraf (Pune). Governance, Alejandro Sehtman (Buenos Aires), Ruediger Korff (Passau). Urban Value Creation, Montserrat P. Eastaway (Barcelona), Wing Shing Tang (Hong Kong). Discussion. Closing remarks, Giulio Sapelli (FEEM).

2° day
PLENARY TEMATIC SESSION introduced by selected papergivers. Urban Living Labs in Southern Cities (urban actors, research activities, implementation) Luca Garavaglia ( Univ. of Eastern Piedmont). Data (Urban Data Collection, methodologies, sources, tools) Francesco Curci (Milan Polytechnic). Policies (growth, sustainability, community development, planning) Paola Pasquali (EHESS, Paris). Poster session (invited young researchers on Souths of the World topics) Paola Piscitelli (University of Hamburg), Gloria Pessina (Politecnico di Milano). Discussion.
3° day
PLENARY SESSION. Presentation of the tematic sessions’ results and communication activities (web, media, networks), Veronica Ronchi (FEEM) and Paolo Perulli. Raffaella Florio* (ANCI-Italian National Association of Municipalities): The experience of ANCI in the representation of Italian municipalities. Discussion. Luca Gaeta (Politecnico di Milano): Boundary Making.  Discussion. General discussion. Calls (European, international) and fundraising, session introduced by Floriana Nappini (FEEM). Paola Pasquali (Paris), Margarita Greene (Santiago de Chile), Laura Lieto (Naples), Enrique Aliste (Santiago de Chile), George Owusu (Accra), Charlotte Wrigley-Asante (Accra), Ashok Saraf (Pune), Alejandro Sehtman (Buenos Aires), Ruediger Korff (Passau), Montserrat P. Eastaway (Barcelona), Wing Shing Tang (Hong Kong) present their research centers and universities to show possible synergies with FEEM and other research centers.
4° day
PLENARY TEMATIC SESSION Capstone Projects to be developed at home countries: issues, design, schedule, commitment. Each participant University is expected to present a project concept (20 minutes each). Projects might be commissioned by private or public, local or international organizations; will be based on case-studies, field research, new data base creation, etc. Projects will be conducted by a local team of PhD students and an academic tutor, will last 12 months and will be presented at the next FEEM Fall School in Milan.
Chairperson: Veronica Ronchi (FEEM) LIST OF PROJECTS AND PHD STUDENTS . Alix Chaplain (Sciences Po – Paris) “The emergence of hybrid electrical configurations in a complex Lebanese energy landscape”. Discussion. Tracy Sidney Commodore (University of Ghana) “Renewable Energy and Gendered Livelihoods in Low-income Communities in Accra, Ghana”. Discussion. Riccardo Demurtas (Universidad de Barcelona) “Attractive Cities and the Provision of Housing: the Case of Barcelona and Hong-Kong”. Discussion. Yogesh Deshmukh (University of Pune) “Poverty and equality : use of AI tools”. Discussion. Francesca Ferlicca (IUAV-Venice Institute of Architecture) “Governing Latin American Cities housing informality and environmental sustainability”. Discussion. Hafsa Idrees (University of Passau) “Urban Heritage in Georgetown, Penang and Yangon: A Comparative Study”. Discussio. Juliette Marin R. (Universidad de Chile) “Under urban resilience and adaptation models: New or strengthened hegemonies hidden by sustainable discourses rules?” Discussion.  Sofia Moriconi (Università degli studi di Napoli “Federico II”) “Humanitarian space: a dynamic “capture” network of global migratory flows and a constituent part of the contemporary”. Discussion.  Natasha Cabrera Jara (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile) “«Touristification» of Heritage areas in Latin America. The historic centre of Cuenca as a case study”. Discussion. Marilena Prisco (Università degli studi di Napoli “Federico II”) “Post-welfare state vulnerable communities and self-produced services in public housing units: the case of Lotto Zero in Ponticelli (Naples)”. Discussion. Sukanya Bhaumik (Bangaluru Centre for Research in Urban Affairs) “Fiscal Gaps in Indian Cities: The cases of Bengaluru and Mumbai”. Discussion. Wing Shing Tang (Hong Kong Baptist University) “Land and property development in Hong Kong”. Discussion. Malaika Pauline Yanou (University of Amsterdam) “Knowledge co- creation in implementing landscape approach in Kalomo, Zambia: A new landscape architecture?” Discussion. America Latina
5° day
FINAL PLENARY SESSION Presentation of the Capstone Projects to invited stakeholders (e.g. enterprises, consultants, institutions, world organizations, interested in the Souths of the World Programme).  Alix Chaplain (Sciences Po – Paris) “The emergence of hybrid electrical configurations in a complex Lebanese energy landscape”. Tracy Sidney Commodore (University of Ghana) “Renewable Energy and Gendered Livelihoods in Low-income Communities in Accra, Ghana”. Riccardo Demurtas (Universidad de Barcelona) “Attractive Cities and the Provision of Housing: the Case of Barcelona and Hong-Kong”. Yogesh Deshmukh (University of Pune) “Poverty and equality : use of ai tools”. Francesca Ferlicca (Università di Venezia) “Governing Latin American Cities housing informality and environmental sustainability. Hafsa Idrees (University of Passau) “Urban Heritage in Georgetown, Penang and Yangon: A Comparative Study”. Juliette Marin R. (Universidad de Chile) “Under urban resilience and adaptation models: New or strengthened hegemonies hidden by sustainable discourses rules?”. Natasha Cabrera Jara (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile) “«Touristification» of Heritage areas in Latin America. The historic centre of Cuenca as a case study”. Marilena Prisco (Università degli studi di Napoli “Federico II”) “Post-welfare state vulnerable communities and self-produced services in public housing units: the case of Lotto Zero in Ponticelli (Naples)”. Sukanya Bhaumik (Bangaluru Centre for Research in Urban Affairs) “Fiscal Gaps in Indian Cities: The cases of Bengaluru and Mumbai”. Wing Shing Tang (Hong Kong Baptist University) “Land and property development in Hong Kong”. Malaika Pauline Yanou (University of Amsterdam) “Knowledge co- creation in implementing lands cape approach in Kalomo, Zambia: A new landscape architecture?”. Discussion by invited stakeholder LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS:  Luca Chiang (Managing associate, Legance, Rome); Achille Colombo Clerici (Pres. Assoedilizia e Vicepresident, Confedilizia Lombardia, Milan); Nuria Sanz Gallego (Special Advisor, Office of the Assistant Director- General, Climate, Biodiversity, Land and Water Department, FAO, Rome); Mauro Magatti (Director, Centre for the Anthropology of Religion and Cultural Change, Catholic University, Milan); Leonardo Di Franco (Responsible for the Promotion of the City, Tourism, Internationalization and Economic Development of the Territory – Palermo): Fabio Rugge (Former Rector, University of Pavia). conclusion by Paolo Perulli and Veronica Ronchi. Press and Media Communication.

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AMERICA LATINA, PROBLEMI E PROSPETTIVE DI CINQUE METROPOLI. Nella foto: Giulio Sapelli con Achille Colombo Clerici

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