A new participatory/collaborative perception of safety and livability of the two target areas along the Dora: to make the active community aware of its differences, its places and spaces, to support the loal community in taking care of those spaces and designing new ways of use, in order to make urban spaces open, inclusive and liveable as common goods.
This is the impact statement that the ToNite project formulated at the beginning of its activities, elaborated starting from the Theory of Change, a rigorous and participatory methodology that has made it possible to highlight the desired changes in the area, relating them to the concrete actions to be implemented.
ToNite has now published the report related to the impact assessment activities of the project on the territory.
Three areas of impact have been identified.
Impact area 1: Engagement and active participation
To be understood as a greater predisposition towards creating collaborations/system networks, participating in public life, and applying co-management approaches.
Impact area 2: Understanding
To be meant as greater and improved knowledge and perception of the target areas, as well as acquired skills.
Impact area 3: Liveability and security perception
To be understood as the use/enjoyment of places and services in the target areas and the presence of vibrant, dynamic, biodiverse, activity-rich, and accessible areas/places/neighborhoods.
You can read about the project impact on the territory by downloading the impact assessment report, realised by the project partner Fondazione Piemonte Innova.