|Leading agency:||Santa Cleta, Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza|
|Area(s) of intervention:||Seville|
|Total budget:||€ 31.250|
|NOPLANETB contribution:||€ 28.125|
|Starting date:||1st of November 2018|
Summary of the project
“Organized Neighborhood for Transition – BOT”, aims at generating a collective conscience, articulated, embodied in action plans with a clear vision of social transformation, which must include and involve all social and economic agents, based on social innovation , that collects proposals and experiences of proven sustainability that go beyond conventional strategies and actions, allowing greater sustainability and well-being in our neighborhood.
We identified 10 sectoral work areas: 1- Energy, 2- Mobility, 3- Education, 4- Housing, public space and urbanism, 5- Local economy and employment, 6- Green and circular economy, 7- Leisure, culture and heritage, 8- Social inclusion and integration, 9- Food and consumption, 10- Tourism.
And 5 transversal work areas: 1- Gender and care, 2- Communication and dissemination, 3- Training, 4- Community mediation and participation, 5- Celebration and meeting.
We propose key elements such as: articulation, collaboration, participation, sustainability, social fabric, resilience.
A project that provides the community and its key social and economic actors with these tools will allow their strengthening, as well as their main beneficiary groups, ranging from entities and social groups, businesses and small local enterprises, education centers , local media, visitors, tourists, institutional agents and citizens in general.
- At least 25 civil society organization
- Local commerce and business of the neighborhood
- Educational Centers Citizenship in general
- At least 500 people, with a minimum of 50% of non-male presence
“Amor de barrio” is the project of the Santa Cleta Cooperative that promotes an eco-social transition guide with contributions and an action plan drawn up by the neighbourhood of the old quarter of Seville towards a fairer and more sustainable model. It addresses concepts of mobility, energy, cultural heritage, tourism and housing with a view to a closer, safer, more inclusive and sustainable local environment. This strategical plan allows greater sustainability and well-being in the neighbourhood with a clear vision of social transition and the empowerment of the key local stakeholders’ capacities to develop a more sustainable neighbourhood. More information at https://amordebarrio.net/