The IN-Habit – Inclusive HeAlth and wellBeing In small and medium size ciTIes project, funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 program, makes its appearance at the “Verde Mura” event with a dedicated stand and a series of events wanted by the Municipality of Lucca and Lucca Crea
Lucca aims to become more and more animal friendly. Starting with the creation of the “Animal Lines”, that is, equipped and integrated green paths to be used with your own animals, accessible to all, which connect the historic center, the walls and the peripheral green areas. The Animal Lines will also be areas and points of meeting, socialization and active participation for citizens.
At the stand:
At the stand it is possible to have information and to sign up for the various thematic tables of the LUCCA IN-HUB social laboratory, launched last January the 19th, in which citizens are directly involved in the elaboration of ideas and solutions to be proposed to the city, the so-called “soft” solutions but not for this of lesser impact, on which the administration will be able to commit itself in the coming months, to build new opportunities for knowledge, growth and inclusion.
Friday 1 April – Baluardo San Regolo 4.00 pm
Human-animal relationship: challenges and possibilities of the In-Habit project by Chiara Mariti of the University of Pisa.
Friday 1 April – Baluardo San Regolo at 5.00 pm
Let’s play together with the new In-Habit animal game by Andrea Faina of Lucca Comics & Games.
Saturday 2 April – from 10 to 12 at the stand
Administration of questionnaires by the partner University of Pisa, with the aim of receiving useful ideas and suggestions for the project.
Saturday 2 April – afternoon at the stand
From 3.30 pm the Engineer Francesca Guidotti of the Municipality of Lucca will illustrate the Animal Lines and, from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm, the dog trainer Michela Pieroni will address issues related to the relationship with dogs.
Sunday 3 April – morning at the stand
On Sunday, from 10 to 11, it will be possible to participate in an excursion with Angela Giannotti, environmental guide of Legambiente,a precious opportunity to learn about the varied ecosystem that surrounds the walls. Also in the morning, from 11 to 12, Architect Diletta Moretti will talk about the Animal Lines project, of which she is the creator. Finally, in the afternoon, the presence of dog educator Michela Pieroni will again be expected, the University of Pisa will again issue questionnaires to citizens and a workshop dedicated to children will be held which will involve some teachers from Lucca schools.
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