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    New boost for urban innovation in Barcelona

     

     

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    Connecting Barcelona to reduce the digital divide

    Pilot project to promote digital inclusion in the neighbourhoods.

     

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    The Cities Coalition for Digital Rights launches the new governance framework for digital rights

    First coalition policy meeting in Amsterdam

     

     

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    We are publishing a repository of 46 initiatives from city residents in defence of digital rights.

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Ca l'Alier, headquarters of the BIT Habitat Foundation
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We live in a new climate of uncertainty on a global scale, and this has a particular impact on cities. The questions have changed and we are now forced to innovate in our responses. In this context of transformation, Barcelona is equipping itself with a new government measure to drive innovation in public services and governance processes, and to speed up innovation for and in the city.

A moment from the first political meeting of the Coalition of Cities for Digital Rights
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The Digital Rights Governance Framework, a roadmap for the governance of digital rights in the urban sphere, was launched at the first Cities Coalition for Digital Rights (CC4DR) policy meeting in Amsterdam on 14-15 October. It will be published on 10 December, International Human Rights Day.

 Laia Bonet visits the restaurant Cocina Hermanos Torres
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Four schools and a restaurant are taking part in “Barcelona Revolta’t”, a project from the subsidy call “La ciutat proactiva 2020” which seeks to implement the decentralised management of organic waste.

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