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2 Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo Da Vinci – Multilateral project Call 2008 Project number – LLP IT-LEONARDO-LMP

3 Contents 1.Project - idea - objectives - results 2.Geographic coverage- Partnership - Pilot areas 3.Timetable 3.Work phases 4.Contacts Updated at 30/05/2009

4 Business incubators and entrepreneurs training experience is something running-in but it still misses a systemic vision combining together different revitalisation issues and actors. Starting from this scenario LearnInc project aims at developing a brand new solution of integrated VET and business creation in order to help European countries to cope with the common challenge of sustainable urban economic revitalisation mainly supporting micro-clustering processes and new business start up LearnInc Idea

5 General objectives of the Lifelong learning Programme related to LearnInc project are : To reinforce the contribution of Lifelong Learning to social cohesion, active citizenship, intercultural dialogue, gender equality and personal fulfilment To promote creativity, competitiveness, employability and the growth of an entrepreneurial spirit Specific objectives of Leonardo da Vinci – Development of Innovation related to LearnInc project are: strengthening the liaison between VET professionals and working life; developing and implementing measures to create learning conducive-workplaces; actions to improve the recognition and validation of work-based learning to support career development and lifelong learning; improving skills acquisition by fostering creativity and entrepreneurship Specific objectives of LearnInc project are: Promotion of structured cooperation among local stakeholders Mapping & analysis of local productive vocations Strategic plan for revitalization of economic degraded pilot areas Entrepreneurship and micro-clustering process support Continuous comparison and exchange of best practices at EU level Effective dissemination and transfer of project result

6 Geographic coverage Team Srl Municipality of Genoa Words Srl Auxilium Municipality of Istanbul Dynamic Organisation Thinking SL Fundatia UnImpresa Formazione “PHARIS” Community Services Agency Smolna Street Association Genoa Barcelona Graz Warsaw Cluj-Napoca Istanbul Kalamata

7 Pilot Areas Genoa Barcelona Pre-Maddalena Area During 1980’s, related to the urban decacy of the area, many economic activities left Now: Entrepreneurial low value activities Social decadence, decline and soil Massive presence of immigrants (ghettoization) Medieval Urban Structure Several actions were carried out BUT the partecipatory approach is particularly challenging the peculiar urban and social environment thwarts the regeneration plans Ciutat Vella Permanent processes of degradation until second half of the ’70s Now: A policy of urban regeneration was carried out in Ciutat Vella in the last decades Urban degradation produced by massive tourism and deprived people (homeless, drug addicts, etc) Integration of native population and immigrants from really different origins and spoken languages BUT: Public plans for the promotion of Barcelona’s economy are not targeted to order and support the economy of the district Immigrant entrepreneurs usually ignore/don’t use public resources (training, professional advice, etc) Common topic: Gentrification vs Partecipation Common topic: Formal vs Informal

8 Graz Istanbul Kalamata Pilot Areas EMİNÖNÜ Due to natural disasters and ignorance over time, some part of historic heritage is about to perish. Being in the very center of Istanbul, this area is densely populated. Being the center of all civilizations accumulated over the centuries in Istanbul. Enormous historical and cultural heritage from different civilizations. A difficult task to generate consciousness to preserve this historical and cultural heritage due to the large volumes of business activities. Several phenomenon are under observation: The market area (Grand Bazar) is crowded during the day and deserted in the night time, the massive presence of people with low incomes and low educational levels from many different parts of the country, the high value of the historical heritage. Historic centre of Kalamata The castle and the historical neighbourhood that surrounds it form the oldest hub of the city of Kalamata. A plethora of religious monuments and buildings located here illustrate the city’s history in a most vibrant and colourful way. Now: many buildings have been turned over to new uses and are being wonderfully renovated to host cultural activities, the massive presence of students changed the vocation of the area from day to night life. Historic centre of Graz Graz's "Old Town" is one of the best-preserved city centers in Central Europe and in 1999 it was added to the UNESCO list of World Culture Heritage Sites. Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe in Graz is a particularly fine example of the living heritage of a central European urban complex that was under Habsburg rule for many centuries. The old city is a harmonious blend of the architectural styles and artistic movements that have succeeded each other since the Middle Ages, together with cultural influences from the neighbouring regions. The special atmosphere of the Old Town played an important role on the extremely positive and widespread international resonance that awarded Graz the status of "Europe's cultural capital 2003". During the summer months the streets, squares and inner courtyards provide a wonderful backdrop for topclass events. Common topic: Densification vs Zoning

9 Pilot Areas Warsaw Cluj-Napoca Smolna Street Smolna 8 – Warsaw’s first apartment building from the 70’s populated with Polish expats. The aging group of those who returned to Poland from the West with “enormous money”, an apartment there cost $ $5000 Old elegant apartment buildings from the turn of the century. These days they are low income and senior subsidised housing. School – one of the most visible in Warsaw, however it is hardly involved in community issues, Cultural Center – with “cultural menu” it just recently started cooperating with the Smolna Association. Small but very prestigious institutions. Historic centre of Cluj-Napoca The citadel was destroyed and rebuilt as CIVITAS NAPOCA after the Roman conquest ( ; d. C. until 217 d.C.). In centuries XI and X, the medieval fortress attested as CASTRUM CLUS, had a much limited surface. In 1405 CASTRUM CLUS became a FREE ROYAL TOWN (CIVITAS), which contributed to its economic growth. The GUILDS (crafts) started to have a significant role. The walls expanded and included, by the end of the XVI century, a surface of around 45 hectares, surrounded by the guilds of the craftsmen. Today the area hosts: Culture: the National Theatre and Opera; International Cultural Centers and Institutes; Central University Library; the Arts Museum etc. Main squares Universities Local public administration institutions BUT The Guilds are lost and with them the traditional economic activities Common topic: Preservation vs Changing

10 Timetable 1. Management 2. Quality 3. Context analysis & net building 4. Macro & micro plan design 5. Test and re-engineering 6. Virtual platform for collaborative learning 7. Dissemination WPs Months Meetings IstanbulWarsawBarcelonaGenoa 1°phase 2°phase 3°phase 4°phase

11 Outputs of the 4 Phases 1°phase: IDs of the 7 pilot areas Stakeholders net in the 7 pilot areas Shared Matrix of approaches 2°phase: Key ideas for the 7 pilot areas 3°phase: Macro and Micro Plans for the 7 pilot areas Simulation model as Cluster Training tool 4°phase: Training Module implementation in the 7 pilot areas

12 1°Phase

13 Area ID Data collection Stakeholders mapping

14 Matrix of Approaches

15 2°Phase

16 3°Phase Cluster simulation Simulation model developed in System Dynamics for: developing a shared vision of the urban cluster, understand the interactions between the cluster and the urban reality (environmental, economic and social), manage the system set up, communicate that to stakeholders.

17 4°Phase

18 Project web-site: Project co-ordinator: Raffaella Rovida – Contact person for Italy: Sara Di Paolo - Contact person for Turkey: Betul Guney - Contact person for Spain: Gabriel Rissola - Contact person for Austria: Christina Pusswald - Contact person for Romania: Linda Bors-Oprisa - Contact person for Greece: Vassiliki Dadavassili - Contact persona for Poland: Jaroslaw Cholodecki - Contacts


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