The present work has the general objective of offering a contribution to the understanding of the interdependencies between culture and urban and territorial development. The conditions are now ripe to build an adequate conceptual and operational systematization so that culture becomes the engine for the development of the territory. It is clear that we start from knowledge starting from the fragility of the historical heritage, monitoring the risks and enhancing the opportunities to intervene in a structural and strategic way, also in compliance with the rights of the communities established by assuming the principle according to which knowledge and use cultural heritage are fully part of human rights. It should be remembered that the Faro Convention intended to promote a broader understanding of cultural heritage and its relationship with the communities that produced and hosted it, recognizing "cultural heritage" as the set of resources inherited from the past, reflected of values and beliefs, and the "patrimonial community" as a group of people who attribute value to that heritage.

Per una urbanistica immateriale. La cultura come motore per lo sviluppo For an intangible urban planning. Culture as an engine for development

Passarelli Domenico
2021

Abstract

The present work has the general objective of offering a contribution to the understanding of the interdependencies between culture and urban and territorial development. The conditions are now ripe to build an adequate conceptual and operational systematization so that culture becomes the engine for the development of the territory. It is clear that we start from knowledge starting from the fragility of the historical heritage, monitoring the risks and enhancing the opportunities to intervene in a structural and strategic way, also in compliance with the rights of the communities established by assuming the principle according to which knowledge and use cultural heritage are fully part of human rights. It should be remembered that the Faro Convention intended to promote a broader understanding of cultural heritage and its relationship with the communities that produced and hosted it, recognizing "cultural heritage" as the set of resources inherited from the past, reflected of values and beliefs, and the "patrimonial community" as a group of people who attribute value to that heritage.
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