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Citizens in the ‘Smart City’: Participation, Co-production and Governance COVID19Smart Cities

Citizens in the ‘Smart City’: Participation, Co-production and Governance

By Paolo Cardullo, researcher at TURBA Lab research group of the IN3.   My first monograph, “Citizens in the ‘Smart City’ Participation, Co-production, Governance”, has been just published by Routledge, Studies in Urbanism and the City. The[…]

Coronavirus and lockdown: What does a meat processing plant have in common with a rest home? AgeismCareCOVID19DisabilityHealth

Coronavirus and lockdown: What does a meat processing plant have in common with a rest home?

By Andrea García-Santesmases & Joan Moyà   In an interview for the morning programme on Spain’s national radio station on 20 March, Carlos Baute stated that “this virus brought the word equality: in the face[…]

Ricard Espelt: “Consumerism after COVID-19 will be more aware and responsible” ConsumerismCOVID19Sustainability

Ricard Espelt: “Consumerism after COVID-19 will be more aware and responsible”

Ricard Espelt, an expert in platform cooperativism, is a researcher with the DIMMONS (Digital Commons) research group at the UOC’s Internet Interdisciplinary Institute. In light of the health crisis linked to COVID-19, he believes that[…]

7 Privacy related questions about contact tracing apps AppsCOVID19Science and Technology StudiesSocial Networks

7 Privacy related questions about contact tracing apps

By Julián Salas & Cristina Pérez.  Now that in many countries the lockdown measures and restrictions on the mobility implemented to control the COVID-19 pandemic are being relaxed gradually, contact tracing is taking place as[…]