The October edition of WhatCity? in Bratislava on the topic of sharing is on Soundcloud now! Eleven experts, eleven experiences with sharing in cities - listen to the intense exchanges between speakers and guests in one-on-one dialogues.

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WhatCity? Shared Cities took place on October 24th from 18:30 to 20:30 in Studio 5, Slovak Radio Building.
Conceptual partners of this edition of WhatCity? were Shared Cities: Creative Momentum and Goethe-Institut Bratislava. The project Shared Cities: Creative Momentum focuses on improving the quality of life in Central European cities. Co-organizers: SCCM, RTVS, Rádio_FM Partners: Goethe Institut, Pixel Federation s.r.o., Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung v Bratislave, Imagine Development s.r.o., Translata

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