Today the Sustainability Report is an act of transparency both for-profit and third sector organizations, through which evidence is given of the outcomes and impacts generated within the dimensions of environmental, social and economic sustainability.

How much and how can the process of drafting and implementing such an instrument also be understood in its capacity to generate transformation and participation in and for the territories in which the entities operate?

The Open-Air Lab research group is proposing a seminar scheduled for March 11 at 4:30 p.m., at Franco Angeli Academy, to reflect on this issue by returning the research outcomes and development perspectives of the workshop “Measuring, Assessing and Reporting Sustainability of and in Cultural Entities: A participatory journey,” promoted by Hangar Piemonte and Fondazione Piemonte dal Vivo, with the contribution of the University of Milano-Bicocca, within Hangar Research, the most experimental section of Hangar, the one in which new methods and tools capable of accompanying cultural transformation processes are researched, developed and tested in dialogue with universities and research centers. Speakers will include Irene Salerno and Maria Scinicariello – Hangar Piemonte, Francesca Antonacci and Nicoletta Ferri from the Department of Human Sciences for Education, University of Milano-Bicocca and Laura Savoia – EOS Foundation. Admission is free but it is necessary to fill out the registration form (link).