[Autom. eng. transl.] The present essay was among the winners of a call for paper promoted in 2016 by the Municipality of Milan together with the Feltrinelli Foundation entitled "Metropolitan Laboratory for Public Knowledge on Innovation and Inclusion" addressed to researchers from Milan's universities. The social street phenomenon is a new social phenomenon that presents at least three interesting features: innovation, social inclusion and gratuitousness. Immediately the city of Milan was able to take on the social-e challenge, a challenge accepted by both citizens and political institutions, who listened to one another, showing themselves to be collaborative. For its part, the university has also been attentive: in October 2014 the Observatory on Social Street was born at the Catholic University of Milan, coordinated by Cristina Pasqualini, whose research activities are attended by a group of postgraduate students and researchers.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The Third Millennium neighborhood: social streets in Milan and its province|
|Title of host publication||Agenda Milano. Ricerche e pratiche per una città inclusiva|
|Editors||D Bidussa, E Polizzi|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Social street
- inclusione sociale