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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Soeiro, Diana;
    Publisher: International Ambiances Network
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, innovation became a key element to promote economic growth. Cities started playing a significant role in promoting it quickly becoming torn between authentic urban regeneration processes and gentrification. We argue that ambience, and the concept of atmosphere, is a highly-relevant strategic element able to trigger city development that avoids gentrification. We take the inner-city parishes of Marvila and Beato (Lisbon, Portugal) as a case study currently undergoing significant changes due to strong investment after decades of neglect.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Falanga, Roberto; Bonoli, Alessandra;
    Publisher: TU Delft
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    The Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon (ICSUL) is one of the academic partners of the ROCK project. ICSUL’s commitment towards cultural heritage-led regeneration has been developed through the application of an innovative community-based action research with local stakeholders and residents on the eastern side of Lisbon, in a demonstration area across the neighbouroods of Marvila and Beato. Acknowledgung that the optimization of tangible and intangible heritage was based on goals of social inclusion and participation for more effective solutions, we approached the demonstration area by triangulating qualitative and quantitative methods (i.e. participant observation, interviews with key actors, and both intensive and extensive surveys). Data were collected and made available in open access through scientifc and policy publications. The creation of the Lisbon Living Lab in partnership with the Lisbon city council provided needed conditions to promote a wide array of initiatives and to implement three major actions: one Pop-Up based on the reuse of empty stores led by the local NGO Rés do Chão; the co-design of an edible garden named “garden for all” by the local NGOs Muita Fruta and Coletivo Warehouse; and the creation of a new interpretive Centre of Beato and Marvila in the public library, co-led by the city council and ICSUL.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Soeiro, Diana;
    Publisher: Springer
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In the late 1990s, research on transparency, accountability and corruption in the context of public sector emerged. This research was motivated by heavy criticism concerning the presuppositions of the New Public Management (NPM) and traditional theories of public administration (Pedersen, Sehested, & Sørensen 2010) and offered a new perspective. According to this new paradigm, interactive collaboration between state, market, and society, was vital. Consequently, the importance of accountability, transparency, open government, and the democratic rule of law should be reinforced (Lyrio, Lunkes & Taliani 2018). The concept of transparency itself is an old concept. It started being discussed back in the French Revolution, and it was built from an idea of representative democracy, culminating in an idea of participatory democracy. What was emphasised was the importance of the relationship between the government and society (Meijer 2015).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Verheij, Jessica;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In 2017 the project ROCK (“Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural Heritage in Creative and Knowledge Cities”) kicked-off in a number of European cities seeking to develop innovative solutions to use cultural heritage as a driver for urban regeneration. The project, financed by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 framework, is based on a methodology of replicating solutions from so-called “Role Model Cities” in three “Replicator Cities”, one of which is Lisbon. The solutions were developed through small-scale pilot projects by the Lisbon Municipality, in partnership with a team of researchers based at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ICS-ULisboa; henceforth referred to as ICS) while also collaborating with a variety of local stakeholders. In Lisbon, the project focused on the eastern riverside area, composed by the parishes of Marvila and Beato. This area was identified by the Municipality of Lisbon as the ROCK intervention area, due to existing social and spatial challenges as well as its potential for cultural development.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Falanga, Roberto; Nunes, Mafalda;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    This Memorandum is a policy-oriented research document conducted by the ICS-ULisboa team of the Horizon 2020 project ROCK. It seeks to organise some of the most up-to-date knowledge around Urban Centers and highlight important discussion topics, requiring further attention. In addition to academic literature review, the Memorandum relies on contributions from the international conference “Urban Centers: Acting upon or with cities?” organised by the ICS-ULisboa on the 19th October 2018 (https://rockproject.eu/event-details/41). The Conference took place in the Centre for Urban Information of Lisbon with the participation of representatives from the following Urban Centers: Centro de Informação Urbana de Lisboa (Lisbon); Fondazione Innovazione Urbana (Bologna); Urban Center of Torino; Pavillon de L’Arsenal (Paris); Centro de Cultura Contemporània Barcelona; and casa della Città / Case del Municipio (Rome). The participating Urban Centers were selected from the list provided by the international laboratory on Urban Centers (http://www.urban-center.org/en/), on the basis of their different working contexts, management models and activity. Representatives were invited to share knowledge and experience about the role, the challenges and potential of Urban Centers today and the different forms of action and participation they may have in the development of their cities.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Pussetti, Chiara; Barros, Vítor;
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Nunes, Mafalda; Poggeman, Tim; Pomesano, Laura;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Silva, Margarida Reis e;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    The Interpretative Centre for Lisbon’s eastern parishes of Marvila and Beato is set to open at Marvila’s Municipal Library near the conclusion of the city’s H2020 ROCK Project.1 The two partners involved in the venture are Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (CML), Lisbon’s municipality, and Instituto de Ciências Sociais (ICS-UL), the Institute for Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon. In the creation of this Centre lies the hope of tying the loose ends and strings of a battered territory: for centuries the remote dwellings of the religious orders, or setting for the riverfront leisurely summers of the aristocracy, from the mid-19th century Marvila and Beato were suddenly engulfed in the rapid change brought about by industrialization. Railroads cut the land, massive buildings emerged and even the Tagus was conquered, with continuous embankments for warehouses and ever-growing port activity. 2 By then, the population had expanded almost nine fold, arriving in droves from rural Portugal, and now tightly confined in the capital; housing was built erratically and hastily, mostly with poor conditions, with large shanty towns emerging in the area from the mid-1950s. From the 1980s onwards, when most factories were closed, some went away, others stayed amongst the wreckage, now accompanied by the mounting units of social housing built in the hinterland (known as Chelas) from the end of the 1960s. This had been Marvila and Beato’s reality for the last four decades: the greater part of Lisboans could not have traced them on a map, others would not find a reason to do so.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Verheij, Jessica;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Pomesano, Laura;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Soeiro, Diana;
    Publisher: International Ambiances Network
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, innovation became a key element to promote economic growth. Cities started playing a significant role in promoting it quickly becoming torn between authentic urban regeneration processes and gentrification. We argue that ambience, and the concept of atmosphere, is a highly-relevant strategic element able to trigger city development that avoids gentrification. We take the inner-city parishes of Marvila and Beato (Lisbon, Portugal) as a case study currently undergoing significant changes due to strong investment after decades of neglect.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Falanga, Roberto; Bonoli, Alessandra;
    Publisher: TU Delft
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    The Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon (ICSUL) is one of the academic partners of the ROCK project. ICSUL’s commitment towards cultural heritage-led regeneration has been developed through the application of an innovative community-based action research with local stakeholders and residents on the eastern side of Lisbon, in a demonstration area across the neighbouroods of Marvila and Beato. Acknowledgung that the optimization of tangible and intangible heritage was based on goals of social inclusion and participation for more effective solutions, we approached the demonstration area by triangulating qualitative and quantitative methods (i.e. participant observation, interviews with key actors, and both intensive and extensive surveys). Data were collected and made available in open access through scientifc and policy publications. The creation of the Lisbon Living Lab in partnership with the Lisbon city council provided needed conditions to promote a wide array of initiatives and to implement three major actions: one Pop-Up based on the reuse of empty stores led by the local NGO Rés do Chão; the co-design of an edible garden named “garden for all” by the local NGOs Muita Fruta and Coletivo Warehouse; and the creation of a new interpretive Centre of Beato and Marvila in the public library, co-led by the city council and ICSUL.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Soeiro, Diana;
    Publisher: Springer
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In the late 1990s, research on transparency, accountability and corruption in the context of public sector emerged. This research was motivated by heavy criticism concerning the presuppositions of the New Public Management (NPM) and traditional theories of public administration (Pedersen, Sehested, & Sørensen 2010) and offered a new perspective. According to this new paradigm, interactive collaboration between state, market, and society, was vital. Consequently, the importance of accountability, transparency, open government, and the democratic rule of law should be reinforced (Lyrio, Lunkes & Taliani 2018). The concept of transparency itself is an old concept. It started being discussed back in the French Revolution, and it was built from an idea of representative democracy, culminating in an idea of participatory democracy. What was emphasised was the importance of the relationship between the government and society (Meijer 2015).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Verheij, Jessica;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    In 2017 the project ROCK (“Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural Heritage in Creative and Knowledge Cities”) kicked-off in a number of European cities seeking to develop innovative solutions to use cultural heritage as a driver for urban regeneration. The project, financed by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 framework, is based on a methodology of replicating solutions from so-called “Role Model Cities” in three “Replicator Cities”, one of which is Lisbon. The solutions were developed through small-scale pilot projects by the Lisbon Municipality, in partnership with a team of researchers based at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ICS-ULisboa; henceforth referred to as ICS) while also collaborating with a variety of local stakeholders. In Lisbon, the project focused on the eastern riverside area, composed by the parishes of Marvila and Beato. This area was identified by the Municipality of Lisbon as the ROCK intervention area, due to existing social and spatial challenges as well as its potential for cultural development.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Falanga, Roberto; Nunes, Mafalda;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    This Memorandum is a policy-oriented research document conducted by the ICS-ULisboa team of the Horizon 2020 project ROCK. It seeks to organise some of the most up-to-date knowledge around Urban Centers and highlight important discussion topics, requiring further attention. In addition to academic literature review, the Memorandum relies on contributions from the international conference “Urban Centers: Acting upon or with cities?” organised by the ICS-ULisboa on the 19th October 2018 (https://rockproject.eu/event-details/41). The Conference took place in the Centre for Urban Information of Lisbon with the participation of representatives from the following Urban Centers: Centro de Informação Urbana de Lisboa (Lisbon); Fondazione Innovazione Urbana (Bologna); Urban Center of Torino; Pavillon de L’Arsenal (Paris); Centro de Cultura Contemporània Barcelona; and casa della Città / Case del Municipio (Rome). The participating Urban Centers were selected from the list provided by the international laboratory on Urban Centers (http://www.urban-center.org/en/), on the basis of their different working contexts, management models and activity. Representatives were invited to share knowledge and experience about the role, the challenges and potential of Urban Centers today and the different forms of action and participation they may have in the development of their cities.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Pussetti, Chiara; Barros, Vítor;
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Nunes, Mafalda; Poggeman, Tim; Pomesano, Laura;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Silva, Margarida Reis e;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)

    The Interpretative Centre for Lisbon’s eastern parishes of Marvila and Beato is set to open at Marvila’s Municipal Library near the conclusion of the city’s H2020 ROCK Project.1 The two partners involved in the venture are Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (CML), Lisbon’s municipality, and Instituto de Ciências Sociais (ICS-UL), the Institute for Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon. In the creation of this Centre lies the hope of tying the loose ends and strings of a battered territory: for centuries the remote dwellings of the religious orders, or setting for the riverfront leisurely summers of the aristocracy, from the mid-19th century Marvila and Beato were suddenly engulfed in the rapid change brought about by industrialization. Railroads cut the land, massive buildings emerged and even the Tagus was conquered, with continuous embankments for warehouses and ever-growing port activity. 2 By then, the population had expanded almost nine fold, arriving in droves from rural Portugal, and now tightly confined in the capital; housing was built erratically and hastily, mostly with poor conditions, with large shanty towns emerging in the area from the mid-1950s. From the 1980s onwards, when most factories were closed, some went away, others stayed amongst the wreckage, now accompanied by the mounting units of social housing built in the hinterland (known as Chelas) from the end of the 1960s. This had been Marvila and Beato’s reality for the last four decades: the greater part of Lisboans could not have traced them on a map, others would not find a reason to do so.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Verheij, Jessica;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Pomesano, Laura;
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ROCK (730280)