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Have a look at the behind the scene video of the Urban Art in Marvila video.      And in case you missed the video we published yesterday, you can see it here.   Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter in order not to miss any update! Want to learn more about MyNeighbourhood? Visit our blog and click here to get […]

Posted by Irene Marchi

What happens when citizens and dancers team up with MyNeighbourhood? A flash mob and lots of fun!   The Lisbon Pilot recently organised a flash mob to bring music and entertainment to young people and neighbours alike. The concept is based on the belief that dancing can help people integrate and socialise, while also creating […]

Posted by Irene Marchi

  Forget about ugly graffiti. Writing and drawing on walls in Marvila is now all about art!   During the last few months MyNeighbourhood has been working with Marvila neighbours in urban rehabilitation through urban art. Head down to Lisbon now to see the final results of our team and artists and discover how urban […]

Posted by Irene Marchi

After almost three years of successfully bringing together neighbours in the four pilot cities and creating new Neighbourhoods, MyNeighbourhoods will participate to its final conference. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch up with all the partners and learn about our experience and achievements!     MyNeighbourhood will present its findings and activities on June 24 […]

Posted by Irene Marchi

FabriQ, the first incubator for social innovative enterprises in Milan and in the whole of Italy, is the ideal place where to admire the photo exhibition “The most beautiful photo of Quarto Oggiaro” (“La più bella foto di Quarto Oggiaro” in Italian). After the exceptional success and interest obtained among the public, the exhibition will […]

Posted by Irene Marchi

MyN has been showcased at the Connected Smart Cities Conference organised by ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) in Brussels on 22 January, 2015. The conference covered the following topics: Interoperability, harmonisation of APIs, solutions portability, avoid vendor lock-in. Connected Smart cities at national, regional and European level: National networks and their local work. Using the Integrated […]

Posted by Daniel VAN LERBERGHE

On 5th December 2014, MyN concepts and services illustrating the Human Smart Cities approach were presented at the European Foundation Centre Conference held at the European Economical and Social Committee (EESC). The conference focused on 4 particular aspects (services, partnerships, cultural heritage, technology solutions), each of them were discussed by experts in a specific panel. […]

Posted by Daniel VAN LERBERGHE