Presented today at the Fondazione Cariplo, ten days after the end of Expo Milano 2015, the proposal of the Civil Society for the future of Cascina Triulza. It will be a Lab-Hub for social innovation and sustainable development, catalyst and driving force for the initiatives of the Third Sector.
Sergio Silvotti, president of Fondazione Triulza, spoke about it, with the presence of the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Maurizio Martina and Giuseppe Guzzetti, chairman of Fondazione Cariplo, two of the major partners who wanted and supported the project of the first Civil Society pavilion in Expo history.
Center for research and training on social, business incubator, social development agency and the international projection of the third sector, to promote the cooperative model and the realization of joint projects between the non-profit, business and Institutions.
In the immediate future and until June 2016, Cascina Triulza will continue to host events on the topics of social innovation and sustainable development, some already planned for November; workshops and educational activities dedicated to schools and children and artistic and cultural initiatives that make the place a center of attraction for the whole metropolitan area of Milan. It can become, since November 1st, the reference point for the re-use of tangible and intangible heritage of Expo Milano 2015 during the dismantling of pavilions.