In the control room of the Project “Beni Confiscati – dal Comune alla Comunità locale”

ANCI Lombardia, with the co-financing of the CARIPLO Foundation, has launched the Project Beni Confiscati – dal Comune alla Comunità locale, a support project for the Lombard territories, for the enhancement of the assets stolen from organized crime and entrusted to the Municipalities.
The project intends to promote actions related to the full enhancement of confiscated assets, shifting the focus from the functioning of the Local Authority to dialogue with citizens and businesses.
It includes three lines of activity, related to each other:

Stolen goods (census, pilot courses, guidelines)
Policies and Resources (participatory budgets, technological tools, guidelines)
Data and information (privacy, transparency)

The three lines of activity of the project ANCI Lombardia, with the co-financing of the CARIPLO Foundation, has launched the Confiscated Property Project – from the Municipality to the local community, a support project for the Lombard territories, for the enhancement of the assets stolen from organized crime and entrusted to the Municipalities.
The project intends to promote actions related to the full enhancement of confiscated assets, shifting the focus from the functioning of the Local Authority to dialogue with citizens and businesses.
It includes three lines of activity, related to each other:
Stolen goods (census, pilot courses, guidelines)
Policies and Resources (participatory budgets, technological tools, guidelines)
Data and information (privacy, transparency)
The three lines of activity of the project are closely connected: transparency in the definition of policies and in the allocation of resources and widespread control by the local community are factors that (together with internal control on the legality of the processes) enable the Municipalities to an effective enhancement of the assets stolen from organized crime.
The Control Room is composed of representatives of the institutions and associations engaged, in various capacities, on the issues of valorisation of confiscated assets and has the task of directing the progress of the project activities.

Transparency in the definition of policies and in the allocation of resources and widespread control by the local community are factors that (together with internal control on the legality of the processes) enable the Municipalities to an effective enhancement of the assets stolen from organized crime.

The Control Room is composed of representatives of the institutions and associations engaged, in various capacities, on the issues of valorization of confiscated assets and has the task of directing the progress of the project activities.