A lecture by Alessia Cibin
8.12.2021, HEAD – Genève
Nocturnal Perspectives lecture series, curated by Vera Sacchetti
How is the urban night governed in global cities? What are the impacts of nightlife in entertainment precincts? Who are the groups interested in and impacted by the nightlife? How do they influence night-time policies? What are the conflicts arising between and within groups and policies? The cases of Zurich and Sydney, between global and local.
Alessia Cibin is an PhD candidate at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney. She is also expert member at Stadtnachacht.de, network in urban development and night-time economy. Her PhD study is on Sydney’s night-time economy prior to and during Covid-19. She was a 10-years elected representative in the Italian local government. She holds a master degree in urban planning and policy from Universita’ IUAV di Venezia.