Interfaces between the cities' activities and the CENTRINNO framework

Each city may choose its own path to develop its Fab City Hub and its own urban transformation process to foster a sustainable and inclusive economy.

To achieve this, each city implements their own context-driven micro missions, supported by specific platforms and resources developed during the project. Each platform is focused on different aspects of the CENTRINNO approach and may be used by other cities that want to test and adjust the framework to their own reality.

The CENTRINNO Cartography allows visualisation of the tangible and intangible resources around pilot cities' sites, unfolding the potential for new circular management of urban resources. The Living Archive enables cities to ‘make heritage’ on and around their urban sites in ways that it inspires and supports them to build inclusive, circular, sustainable hubs. The School supports work on training activities, including vocational training, to bridge the gap between learning programs and the societal challenges outside the classroom. The Network supports the development of interconnected socially inclusive communities, both on the local scale to collaborate and address the city's challenges, and on the global scale to exchange knowledge with the wider community. The Blueprints outline the project's findings and unpacks them into policy development guidelines for their replicability through new innovation spaces in other cities.

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