Sextner Kamingespräche

10/3/2022 Meetings/lectures Sexten / Sesto (17:30 - 20:30)

 
Information about the event
Time
17:30 - 20:30  
Location
Congress Hall "Haus Sexten" - Sexten / Sesto
Registration required
Yes
Meeting place
Event Centre "Haus Sexten"
Sextner Kamingespräche in Sexten | Sesto

Land development cannot happen without the participation of citizens and the consideration of the ideas and needs of those who live and work in the region. Especially in tourism it has been shown that the population’s acceptance is of central importance. But how does real participation work? How can we succeed in sensitizing and involving people and jointly drive forward a sustainable transformation in tourism, but also in other sectors? The current crisis situations call for quick reactions and actions. But in order to develop participatory processes, time is needed. A solvable contradiction? These are the questions addressed by this year’s “Sextner Kamingespräche”, which will take place in cooperation with Eurac Research as part of the scientific conference “Global Mountain Sustainability Forum".
Program

17:30 | Get-together / Aperitif

18:30 | Welcome address
Christoph Rainer, Sexten Kultur

18:30 | Introduction of the topic
Harald Pechlaner, Center for Advanced Studies of Eurac Research

19:00 | Impulse lecture
Participation: suitable methods to shape the living space
Bernd Sommer, Berlin Institut für Partizipation

19:30 | Panel discussion with
Petra Wolffhardt, Product and service developer, Raum|Schmiede Lienz
Bernd Sommer, Berlin Institut für Partizipation
Josef Margreiter, Lebensraum Tirol Holding
Thomas Bausch, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Tanja Rainer, Südtiroler Jugendring

Moderation: Harald Pechlaner

20:30 | Light Dinner

Languages: German, Italian, English (Simultaneous translation)
Registration

Space is limited, registration is required. Please confirm your participation by 26.09.2022 at the following e-mail address: jr@sextenkultur.it
Registrations will be considered and confirmed chronologically. We ask for your understanding.