From 27 to 30 October the ROCK Open Knowledge Week takes place as final event of the ROCK EU project funded by the Horizon2020 program. Urban Lab, together with the City of Torino, has been part of the project since 2017.
During more than 20 online sessions with over 50 speakers, it is possible to learn more on innovative solutions developed by the project to make cultural heritage the driving force of sustainable urban regeneration. In particular, Urban Lab contributes to the “Cultural Heritage and Sustainability” session coordinated by the Institute of Social Sciences of Lisbon, on Friday 30 October at 11 o’clock.
The ROCK Open Knowledge Week tells, through the protagonists’ voices, the stories of change of the 10 ROCK cities – Athens, Bologna Cluj-Napoca, Eindhoven, Lisbon, Liverpool, Lyon, Skopje, Torino and Vilnius – and offers the opportunity to network in the virtual “ROCKnRoll” sessions.
The participation in the ROCK Open Knowledge Week is free. All the sessions are in English, with translation in the international sign language.
For the whole program and registration to the event click here.