This event is part in a set of projects that make a shared event, Swinging the Net-work II, idealized by the Collaboration Network of Studies in Sustainability, Innovation and Public Policies (RESIPP) with the help of associated groups. In that context, the proposed event focus on talking with young people from the city of Barreiras-BA about public policies and their thoughts on municipal administration worried about well-being in the city. That proposal comes from the Urban Circuit 2019 event named “If this street was mine”, where students from public and private schools made videos with problems and solutions for a better urban development in the city of Barreiras-BA. The current goal is give continuity to this trend adding room for debating among the students that took part on last year’s video making to create a manifesto for the candidates to the municipal administration.
For full list of speakers check: www.circuitourbano.org