Turin Co-City
The city of Turin, thanks to the Co-City project, is now considered one of the most advanced experiment in Europe for the creation of new forms of management of urban commons and commons-based urban welfare.

In this fourth Journal, UIA Expert, Christian Iaione intends to shed light on how the Co-City Turin project is making impactful progresses at the local, national and EU level: 
While at the local level, the project is now delivering the first results, with the approval of numerous "pacts of collaboration" and the issuing of the new version of the Regulation for the Urban Commons, at the national and international level, it is always more driving the debate around the importance of conducting urban experimentations through innovative forms of partnership and public procurement. 
The next steps of the Co-City Turin project will go in the direction of consolidating the legal tools provided by the project, by finalizing more pacts of collaboration co-designed in the first rounds, approving the new version of the Regulation, working on positioning the pacts of collaboration as the first generation of urban innovation partnerships.

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Christian Iaione, UIA Expert
Turin, Italy
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Urban Innovative Actions

The Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) is a European Union initiative that provided funding to urban areas across Europe to test new and unproven solutions to urban challenges. The initiative had a total ERDF budget of €372 million for 2014-2020.

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