ShareBcn 2018 Showcase of cities linked to the principles of the Declaration 2018/11/12
Quan: des de 12-novembre-2018 fins a 12-novembre-2018 · Hora: 9:45 - 10:30· On: Disseny Hub - Auditori · Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 38 Barcelona (mapa) · Llengua: en-anglès Organitza: Ajuntament de Barcelona, Dimmons UOCHashtag:#ShareBcn2018_Xarxes socials: @sharebcn2018
The third edition of the Sharing Cities Summit will take place in Barcelona 12-15 of November 2018. It follows the previous edition of the Sharing City Summit held in 2017 in NYC, and in 2016 in Amsterdam. The event will gather Mayors and Deputy Mayors from leading cities from around the world, and actors of the sharing ecosystem, to discuss how the continuous growth of sharing economies impacts the life and economic development of the cities. The participants will consider what innovative measures can be taken to meet the challenges and opportunities we face, such as how to differentiate between digital platforms, based on the model of collaboration of its users that is applied. This year’s Summit will focus on defining a “Declaration of principles and commitments for a Sharing City”, and will stimulate concrete collaboration between cities.
After the Mayors encounter, on 12 November there will be a public event in the evening. On 13, 14 and 15 November, a part of this year’s Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC18), there will be topic at the congress dedicated to “Inclusive and Shared Cities“
The talks and debates of the summit are documented through collaborative reporting to Teixidora.
“… Presentation of principles and cities relevant policies in the area. Moderator: Mar Jiménez (Barcelona City Council) Cases TBC
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ShareBcn 2018 Showcase of cities linked to the principles of the Declaration
Share Barcelona 2018 - Sharing Cities Summit - 12-15 November 2018
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(List of speakers separated by commas)
(Conference notes in chronological order)
Alvaro Porro Barcelona, City Council
Susan Riley, Councillor of Melbourne
órdís Lóa órhallsdóttir Deputy Mayor of Reykjaik
Matteo Lepore Vice Mayor of Bologna
Saskia Bruines Vice Mayor of The Hage
Im Guk-hyun , Seoul City Council
Ganfranco Todesco Torino City Council
Thanks the organisers and the invisible work.
Cities common principles and commitments for city sovereignty regardin the plantform economy
7 principals during the New York summit
Our goals to take the declaration and finish it during the summit
2016 we started because we saw all cities were facing the same sorts of challenges, We wanted to learn from other city governments
we have been sharing so much information while we were negotiating with platforms.
It's an ever evolving trend the sharing economy
There are tons or opportunities
Working with the platforms to build a more inclusive world and economy
Read out the principals
Sharing Cities Declaration - http://www.share.barcelona/declaration/
Princliple 1 Platform models differentiation.
Princile 2. Labor
Principle 3. Labor
Principle 4. Inclusion
Principle 5: Public Protection
Principle 6: Environmental sustainability
Principle 7: Data Sovereignty
Principle 8: City Sovereignty
Principle 9: Economic Promotion
Principle 10: General Interest - Right to the City and Urban Common
The purpose of the declaration is:
- a resource to communicate cities common views, making sure that institutions can take into account the cities role and perspective
- it is a framework to suport actions of collaboaration among cities, what is powerful is what we do with it afterwards.
- build up strategies based on those principals.
- share knowledge, share policies, thats why we'll have some cases of policies afterwards
- how we can collaborate in the promotions programs
- We have to promote those that are positive for our cities
- not legally binding
- Declaration would just entail political validation
- Thus we are not expecting a formal signature nor a formal agreement
The last two montsh we've sent two different versions of the declaration to you, twice, and we have included the changes you suggested, and we've finished with a third proposal, no big questions arouse, this was the objective, to have a declaration that was easy to agree upon, were different backgrounds and perspectives could feel comfortable.
These 10 principles are a base line to work on. The important thing are the actions we are going to build upon it. This is what we are going to focus on but if neccessary we can have further revisions. If any of the working groups need some changes or additions to the declaration we can work on it after lunch in a specific working group.
The Declaration has a section with a follow up, what kind of actions we are planning to take and what is included
The approach is a task force approach, wark together to do things. We want to use the networks that already exist but we have a task force approach which means working together to take action.
If it is not useful for your daily life in the city then forget about it.
We want to ensure continuity for the Sharing Cities Summit, it is important that we can present the declaration with strong support, tomorrow.
Susan Riley, Councillor of Melbourne
Regulating Bike Sharing Platforms to improve city amenities
Sharing stories of our respective sharing cities
Melbourne has extraordinary abiltiy to reinvent its future
fastest growing city in Australia
city in the middle of economic growth
25% of Victoria GSP
population 5 milion, one of fastest growin
Not only Australia's fastest growing but one of the fastest growing cities in the developed world
great supporter of cycling in our cities, with bike lanes, public bikes hub with blue bikes
oBike made its presence in Melbourne, by october it had deployed
rolled out 1250 eye catching bikes
as a smart scheme
miniize investment and hard infrastructure
the scheme didnt offer specific docking stations
the bicycle could be unlocked using a card.
Rental fees were low.
bike unlocked by qr code
less than o month after launching the cities were taking over our city
raining yellow bikes
bikes dumped in the river
the city council entered into a memorandum of understanding with neigburing councils and obikes
issue of congested foothpaths
oBikes were fined
6 months later obikes withdrew
the example highlights the need for a Declaration public model platform policy
were not opposed to bikesharing, however the City of Melbourne mantains it is state government regulations and policy responsability
we hope in the future that bike sharing come to Melbourne but that they will be regulated
órdís Lóa órhallsdóttir Deputy Mayor of Reykjavik
Bathing Culture - As a driver for sustainable living
In November it is quite dark with 5 hours daylight
we have grown with our bathing culture
Iceland is very small, it has geothermal heating, hydero power, plenty of water, lots of space, we use these environmental forces to create electricity and hot water.
in cities now we like to bath, very much linked to our culture. we dont have squares like in the south.
we have hugh public swimming pools as our coffee houses. These are our coffee houses, these are where we meet, we talk politics in the swimingpool almost naked.
As we are building our infrastructure, we think how can we use this as sustainable as possible. This is not the blue lagoon as some of you might think, they are just public swimming pools.
Matteo Lepore, Vice Mayor of Bologna
2014 Common Goods Pact
Charter of fundamental rights of digital work
Now we have 400 pacts, 10 farm markets, an important new aspect between collaboration and participation
We decided to open public administration to participation.
It all had started many years before, when an informal group of people asked to restore a bench in the public square, something difficult for people
We discovered we needed several months just to allow these people to restore a simple bench.
we wanted to make it more simple
10,000 people involved in this process. we saw them not as consumers but just as people wanting to do sometihing for theri community
We created a civic imaginiation office, with a participatory budgeting, and a charter of fundamental rights for digital work.
We arrived to the fenomenon of food delivery, with a paradigmatic change of the platform organising workers, in a universitary city like Bologna, we though about how the public administration could help them and the unions could help them to gain rights, we wrote a Riders Chart, and signed it with 2 private companies and 4 unions, to lobby at a national level in the parliament. and a pact to give to the workers tools to organise, to work, with dignity as citizens, not alone as workers.
tackle bad globalization and be more democratic
Saskia Bruines Vice Mayor of The Hague
What the Hague has to offer on peace and justice in digital world
critical infrastrucrures for data, algorithms,...
sharing city summit about Data Soverignty and Digital Rights extremely relevant
think of the self driving cars, how do safeguard against abuse of data, we need to assess if international system can offer protection
Last week in Lisbon, Google and Facebook announced they are supporting the code of ethic by Tim Berners Lee the founder of the World Wide Web.
by bringing stakeholders together we hope to find ansers to manage ethics and accountability in digital world
In the Hague we have the smart cities cyber security monitor. The monitor can see what the companies are doing and we as a city can access if they are doing something wrong.
we need rules and principles for accountability
The city of the hage has been seen as an international city for justice and peace for many years. The city of the Hague has a history of providing a place for making a safe world.
Unesco and many other organisations launched a discussion on internet accountablity, Global Principles for Accountability in the Digital Age
We offer to organise a set of activites and seminars, about data sovereignity and citizens rights
Im Guk-hyun, Seoul City Council social innovation
In Seoul there are 25 autonomous districts and so cooperation among districts is very important.
Seoul's bike sharing system ddareungi, www.bikeseoul.com
over 20,000 bicycles now, therewill be 40.000 in 2020
SMG take all the responsibilities of the system including insurance as a result more than 90% are satisfied with the system.
Sharing of residential priority parking space, there use to be thousands of complains for ilegal parking.
we established guidlines for local districts, incentives to local governments that adhere to guidlines, promotons for lo cost parking, reduction of fares, reassigning parking space for the next year
finally this year all local districts accepted the guidlines and it worked.
The more parking stations the more likely they will be assigned and they can access this for a low price of 1 euro per hour.
civil complains decreased by a 60%
Recent Sharing Policies
Sharing Rooftops for Sporting facilities
Sharing Seoul Festival
we are trying to make the city better through sharing
Ganfranco Todesco, Torino City Council
Torino is innovating, it has launched an innovation policy to facilitate a city guide to the change that our country is undergoing, a city able to act in a coordinated, shared and conscious way.
to create a permanent living lab, start ups, ...
Torino City Lab
Torino Social Impact
DecidiTorino - Shared decision on projects and services proposed by the administration
an ecosystem of subjectss committed to enhance citizen participation, transparency, digital rights...
The vision is an ecosystem to approach innovation and measure social impact, creating policies, facilitat startups and companies, by simplifying burocracy.
A New Role for the City
- To listen and engage all actors
- be a guide for the city ecosystem
- Building public untilities infrastructes
- Data Technology
The range of public policy is very wide, we encourage to continue the conversation and go deeper.
A parody about the implications of working in an extractivist platform delivering food.
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Tim Berners Lee,
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Diagnòstic i/o avaluació que s'ha fet a l'esdeveniment.
Riscos / debilitats / mancances
- To have a Sharing Cities Declaration that was easy to agree upon, were different backgrounds and perspectives could feel comfortable.,
- To ensure continuity for the Sharing Cities Summit,
- Define what level of government has the responsability of regulating and establishing policy about platforms for sharing.,
- Build infrastructure in the most sustainable possible way.
Oportunitats / fortaleses
- The Hague will organise a set of activites and seminars, about data sovereignity and citizens rights ,
- Bologna has written a Riders Chart and Barcelona is creating a Guide for platforms.,
- Torino is working on an ecosystem to approach innovation and measure social impact, creating policies, facilitat startups and companies, by simplifying burocracy.
- Regulating Bike Sharing Platforms to improve city amenities, in Melbourne (Australia),
- Bathing culture - As a driver for sutainable living (Iceland),
- Commons good pact, Bologna (Italia),
- Riders chart, Bologna (Italia),
- City Imagination Office, Bologna (Italia),
- Barcelona, guide for platforms ,
- Bike Seoul, bike sharing system, Seoul (South Korea),
- Residential parking lots, Seoul (South Korea),
- Rooftop Sharing, Seoul (South Korea),
- School Sharing, Seoul (South Korea),
- City Lab Torinno, Torinno (Italy),
- Torino Social Impact, Torinno (Italy),
- DecidiTorino, Torinno (Italy)
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