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  1. URBACT City Lab – Metropolitan GovernanceWORKSHOP 4 – Identity and Citizen participation12 February 2010 - Lille

  2. Identity and Citizen participation KEY QUESTIONS 1) How does the citizen remain engaged and the system maintains its legitimacy in spite of increasingly complex governance arrangements? • What is the level of participation of the civil society in your governance process (information, negotiation, joint-decision, joint-implement°, delegated decision and implement°) ? • What is the main reason of a participative democracy agenda in your metropolitan area (transparency – access to specific knowledge – community-building/popular mobilization) ? • Which sections of the civil society are the most involved in city-region level issues ? • What is the predominant process of city-region participative democracy ? • Who has (and on which basis) selected the civil society representatives participating to the metropolitan governance? • Are there mass-mediated communication platforms at the city region level which can help structuring a spatial consciousness and a sense of community at that level? • Do you think there is a public opinion concerning the management of your large urban territory and are there ever been any opinion poll at that level to look that what the majority of citizen think on different issues? Title of presentation I Friday, 20 December 2019 I Page 2

  3. Light Footprint Urban Environments KEY QUESTIONS 2) How is urban identity used for place branding? • Which key aspects of the urban identity are used for territorial marketing and which specific spaces are marketed ? • What sort of metropolitan community events are used for selling the urban area ? • Which authorities are directly involved in it ? Is there a global marketing policy for the whole metropolitan area or are there more fragmented initiatives ? • What is the role of local business elite in the design of the exported cultural and identity assets? • What is the impact of that marketed identity for the communities living in the area? Has a popular support been assessed ? Does that reformulation of identity is a source of an imagined community at the metropolitan scales among the local inhabitants ? Title of presentation I Friday, 20 December 2019 I Page 3

  4. Speakers (morning session) 1 • Sören Bollmann, Slubice (PL) and Frankfurt Oder (DE), EGTC partner • Emilie Wacker & Emmanuel Vinchon, City of Lille (FR), Lille 2004 and beyond • Lars Victor Whitt, Oresund region (DK/SE) • Moderator: Christian Lamour, Lead expert EGTC • Rapporteur: Sonia Dominguez, Lead partner Net Topic Title of presentation I Friday, 20 December 2019 I Page 4

  5. Speakers (afternoon session) • Hans-Günther Clev, Director General MOT, Lead partner EGTC • Luc Maufroy, Director ADT Brussels, Partner Joining Forces • Moderator: Christian Lamour, Lead expert EGTC • Rapporteur: Sonia Dominguez, Lead partner Net Topic Title of presentation I Friday, 20 December 2019 I Page 5

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