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Barcelona has taken part in the Open Source City Forum in Paris, where the foundations have been laid for creating an international coalition that will promote open source code in cities.

Àrea de joc infantil als Jardins Dolors Canals de Barcelona.
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A city without children has no future. That's why it's important to create a pleasant environment for children and those accompanying them by improving the city’s play areas. Backed by i.lab, the Area for Urban Ecology has incorporated innovation clauses for the first time in its maintenance contracts for play areas in the city.

 Panoramic night of Warsaw.
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Join DSI4EU in Warsaw on 25 June to help shape new urban visions and explore how city governments and the DSI community can work together to improve people’s lives.

La proposta CAH i ATRI, guanyadora del repte BCN-NYC sobre habitatge assequible.
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The CAH-ATRI proposal has won the BCN-NYC Affordable Housing Challenge to find innovative solutions to make housing more affordable. The challenge is organised by the i.lab programme of the offices of the Commissioner for Technology and Digital Innovation and Barcelona City Council's Councillor for Housing and Renovation in conjunction with New York City Council. The winner was presented today at Smart Cities New York.

Els guanyadors de la segona edició del Repte Barcelona Dades Obertes.
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Institut Vila de Gràcia has won the second edition of the Barcelona Open Data Challenge with its gentrification index of Barcelona’s neighbourhoods, developed by the school's pupils from analysing open data published on the website Open Data BCN.

Un moment de la Maker Faire Barcelona 2018.
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The Maker Faire Barcelona is a gathering of local and international digital fabrication and makers’ communities. An unmissable event for engineers, artists, creators, scientists and craftspeople with all sorts of profiles, where they can showcase innovative experiments and projects developed with a DIY philosophy.

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The third call for “Impulsem el que fas” (We Boost What You Do) programme subsidies is under way. Projects in the digital social innovation category may be submitted until 29 May.

Un moment de la trobada FlossBCN al Pati Manning, el 9 d'abril de 2019.
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https://publiccode.eu/ca/In its first session of 2019, FlossBcn looked at municipal digital empowerment strategies.

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The first session of experiences from the ‘Impulsem el que fas’ initiative was held on 2 April, bringing together all the organisations that implemented projects within the framework of the 2017 and 2018 calls.

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The event featured a presentation of the “100 cities in 100 days” campaign from the Coalition of Cities for Digital Rights and the new member cities were welcomed aboard.

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