We are planning meetings/events of political education and awareness, with a view to reinvigorating citizens’ participation and the democratic debate in the city. We aim to get the collective dimensions of politics back, reacting to the individualism of today’s mainstream politics and to the particularly difficult times for active participation, which followed the pandemic outbreak.
The main topic will be the right of each and every person to live their place, in the everyday life, based on principles of well-being, happiness and care. This responds to the feelings of anxiety and dissatisfaction which are shared by many people across the society, and represent the individual repercussion of political dynamics of individualism and competitiveness.
We want to work, inspired by our municipalist principle, to strengthen the dimension of care as epicentre of our political action.