The residents of Warsaw have expectations of the city – they want efficient transportation, good schools and health care centers, well-maintained parks. They want it to be nice and comfortable, they want someone to take care of the quality of life in the city. Do the residents have a role to play in taking care of Warsaw? Should they devote their time and get involved in making decisions about the city? Maybe this should be left to officials? During a lecture on citizens' rights to influence the city, you will learn what tools of co-determination are available to you and whether it is worthwhile to engage in social consultations. The lecture will be led by Anna Petroff-Skiba from the Department of Social Consultation and Co-Determination with Residents from the Center for Social Communication of the Warsaw City Hall.
The event will be streamed on the Museum of Warsaw Facebook profile.