__ Emmanuele Curti, Executive Lo Stato dei Luoghi
__ Pier Luigi Sacco, Political Economy Professor at Chieti University- Pescara, Advisor OECD
__ Giovanni Teneggi, Community Cooperatives National Manager, Confcooperative
__ Angelo Moretti, President Rete di Economia Sociale Internazionale Res-Int
__ Alessandra Zagli, Social Innovation Manager at LAMA Impresa Sociale
__ Anna Romani, project manager Kilowatt
Talks and roundtables
The NRRP Bando Borghi, despite the critical issues that always accompany these large operations, is in itself a 'revolutionary' act: for the first time the Ministry of Culture is responsible for an operation that goes beyond the usual actions of the cultural dimension, making a call to build paths of new welfare.
An afternoon of activities for a horizontal (between operators) and vertical (by mapping out policy recommendations that will be delivered to the relevant Ministry) exchange of experiences, critical issues and shared solutions, that revolve around the management of cultural and social regeneration interventions funded by Bando Borghi, line A and B.
To participate, the compilation of a short questionnaire is required.
Executive Lo Stato dei Luoghi
Emmanuele Curti, former archaeologist and cultural manager, after training in Perugia, he landed in London, where he taught at the University and Birkbeck College, from 1992 to 2003, and subsequently at the University of Basilicata until 2015. He worked for years on acculturation processes in antiquity between the Greek, Roman and indigenous worlds. After leaving the university, he now works on projects on the role of culture as an instrument of welfare, (creative and cultural enterprises, cultural heritage, inland areas, community tourism, etc.). He was a consultant for Matera 2019 and is a founding member of Lo Stato dei Luoghi. He writes for various newspapers.
Pier Luigi Sacco
Political Economy Professor at Chieti University- Pescara, Advisor OECD
Pier Luigi Sacco, PhD, is Professor of Economic Policy, University of Chieti-Pescara, Interim Director of AP10 of the EIT-KIC Culture & Creativity, Senior Advisor at the OECD Center for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions, and Cities, Research Associate at CNR-ISPC, Naples, and at metaLAB (at) Harvard. He was Visiting Professor, Visiting Scholar and Faculty Associate (Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society) at Harvard University, and Special Adviser to the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport.
Community Cooperatives National Manager, Confcooperative
General Manager of Confcooperative Reggio Emilia from 2007 to 2022, today he is in charge of R&D in Confcooperative Terre d'Emilia and of the development of community cooperation in the national network of Confcooperative. In training, research and managerial roles, he has been involved in welfare and territorial development for public and private social organisations since 1997. Since 2005 he has been particularly involved in the cooperative application for the community regeneration of places. He has collaborated with numerous research and social promotion organisations publishing articles and essays in popular channels, scientific journals and collective texts.
President Rete di Economia Sociale Internazionale Res-Int
Social planner since 2001. National President of the Vincentian Youth Volunteer Groups from 2002 to 2006; president and co-founder of the Volunteer Service Centre of the Province of Benevento from 2004 to 2007; coordinator Caritas Diocesan of Benevento from 2011 to 2018. Currently President of the International Social Economy Network Res-Int, of the Civil Economy Network "Salt of the Earth" and Contact Person of the Network of Small Municipalities of Welcome, co-author of the book L'Italia che non ti aspetti. Un Manifesto per una rete dei Piccoli Comuni del Welcome (Città Nuova, 2018). Co-author and editor of the volume Stitching and Bells. Educational budgets: an innovative method for dialogue between schools, territory and educating community (Ave editrice, 2019).
Social Innovation Manager at LAMA Impresa Sociale
Alessandra Zagli is a community development and facilitation expert with ten years of experience in designing and implementing empowerment and collective intelligence processes within communities and organizations in different settings, using a combination of ICT tools and approaches mainly stemming from the social service design field. After a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy of Language and a Bachelor’s degree in Development Economics at the University of Florence, she joined LAMA Agency as a partner in 2009. She has experience in the design and implementation of innovative non-formal education programmes and in particular, in educational games, team learning, new media and open source technologies for education. She has led co-designing and prototyping events and programmes, crowd-sourcing processes, design thinking for social innovation and systemic design methods and paths. She has coordinated several European Projects in European Countries and the Middle East. She was the community manager for the “OpenMaker” project, financed by the European Research programme Horizon2020, and the “OD&M” project, financed by the European Union Erasmus+, KA2, Knowledge alliance programme.
Project manager Kilowatt
Anna Romani has a PhD in Political and Social Sciences and a Master in Management of Strategic Social Innovation (Cà Foscari - SDA Bocconi). She is a Kilowatt partner and project manager for the area dealing with innovation, communication and impact. Specifically, her activity focuses on social and cultural impact planning and evaluation for public administrations, innovative enterprises and the third sector.