Regulation on the Collaboration Between Citizens and the City for the Care and Regeneration of the Urban Commons

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Ressource(s) objet de commun : Démocratie participative 
Enjeu(x) : Innovation politique Principe de subsidiarité 
Action(s) : Charte Tactical Chartering Règlement municipal 
Résultat(s) attendu(s) : Justice Sociale 

Version anglaise de la REGOLAMENTO SULLA COLLABORAZIONE TRA CITTADINI E AMMINISTRAZIONE PER LA CURA E LA RIGENERAZIONE DEI BENI COMUNI URBANI


Le texte Regulation on the Collaboration Between Citizens and the City for the Care and Regeneration of the Urban Commons est la traduction en anglais de la réglementation conçue par LABSUS avec l'administration de la municipalité de Bologne entre 2012 et 2014. Cette règlementation s'appuie sur le principe de subsidiarité (sans passer par l'adoption de nouvelles dispositions législatives). Le règlement de 36 articles a été approuvé par le Conseil municipal de Bologne le 15 mai 2014, afin de “concrétiser” l'article 118 de la Constitution. Par la suite, un grand nombre de mairies italiennes ont pu adapter le règlement type élaboré par Labsus en l'adaptant à leurs propres situations par évolution du texte original.

The Regulation on the Collaboration Between Citizens and the City for the Care and Regeneration of the Urban Commons is curently presented as the charter of Bologna. It shows a strongly defined set of rules and definitions that appropriate the citizens of Bologna with jurisdictional power on their urban commons. The charter touches upon several subjects and criteria, such as intervention on public spaces and buildings, promotion of social innovation and collaborative services, urban creativity, and digital information. It provides a basis for these active citizens to draft collaboration proposals for the regeneration of public resources usefull for the well-being of self-organized inhabitants. The Regulation is possible due to the inclusion of the principle of subsidiarity in the constitutional law in Italie. Providing these citizens with a set of tools leads to a co-managment of resources by public authority and citizens.