bauladu

Comune in Sardinia, Italy.

introduction

Bauladu Lab is an initiative that makes citizens the protagonists of public choices, which encourages the active participation of the population in the administrative life of the country, which promotes transparency in the administration of public affairs and which improves the articulation of decision-making processes.
With this project, together with you, together with all citizens, participation will become the daily way to decide in a shared way the future of our country and our territory.
We believe that through participatory democracy all the potential of the territory can be exploited and all subjects can be included in collective choices.
Participation is truly such if it is transformed into a structural and ordinary method of local government. Bauladu Lab is the tool that responds to this need.
We plan the future of Bauladu. Together.

About us

Bauladu Lab

It is the laboratory for the participatory planning of the Bauladu community, aimed at promoting an active participation of citizens in the administrative activity.

Bauladu Green

It is the municipal administration’s program aimed at directing the country’s development towards environmental sustainability policies.

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It is the channel that promotes the transparency of the municipal administration, making citizens aware of the activities and costs of the city council.

Bauladu Lab

An urban laboratory is a space open to the participation of all, individual citizens and bearers of collective interests, which was born with the aim of promoting public discussion on the issues of development of the territory and in particular of the urban context (country / city) in which is established.

Bauladu Lab is a place where municipal administrators can promote forms of participatory planning and participatory budgeting.

The Bauladu Lab urban laboratory is proposed by the town’s municipal administration in collaboration with Dr. Andrea Vallebona of Rete Gaia Srl in the role of facilitator / moderator of participatory processes.

An urban laboratory web portal will also be activated in which it will be possible to access a virtual multimedia library, a discussion forum and participate in online surveys.

activities of the Municipality

Culture

This section collects videos of cultural interest related to the country’s historical, archaeological, environmental, linguistic and traditions heritage.

Municipal Councils

In this section you can view the recordings of the meetings of the Municipal Council of Bauladu.

Events

This section offers a space for the direct streaming of the events organized in the country that foresee this transmission mode.

Elected and Offices

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The Certified Electronic Mail service allows you to give a message the same legal value as a registered letter with traditional acknowledgment of receipt which also guarantees non-repudiation. Write to comune.bauladu@anutel.it

SMS SERVICE

Institutional communication via SMS. To receive free info on administrative activities, cultural and traditional events in the country. To activate the service, deliver the form to the Municipal Police office or via email: giunta@comune.bauladu.or.it

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Italian Breaks

7 important Italian Rules that no Italian Breaks!

Italy is as amazing as its name. If you are looking for some important rules that no Italian breaks, then you are on the right page. In this article, we are unfolding the very significant rules and regulations in Italy.

1.     The Spaghetti Rule

This is a very crazy rule but has deep down significance in Italy. The spaghetti that is cooked by Italians is not broken before putting them into the hot water, because it is considered as debarred. The very first rule of spaghetti is that you need to eat it just the way you need to do it, intact and at once. If you cannot have it in that length, then you can take a shorter kind of kinds of pasta.

The Spaghetti Rule

2.    The Kisses rule

It is a very cute rule that you will witness everywhere in Italy. No matter you are a stranger, a criminal or a patient, the very special way of greeting you need to follow in Italy is through kissing on the cheeks. Yes, you heard me right, just on the cheeks. Besides the verbal greetings, in Italy, people gesture a hug by exchanging cheek kisses. The distance and the style of wishing differ with closeness. So you need not feel weird or shy witnessing the Italian culture of saying Hi, hello, good morning and good evening.

3.    The Pasta rule

The Pasta rule

The food rule is a very significant and important rule in every country and is so in Italy. This rule is pretty simple and luxurious. The style of cooking pasta is highly celebrated in the landscape of Italy; they neither undercook the pasta nor overcook it. They maintain an appropriate consistency of cooking pasta.

4.    The socks rule

The very insane and strange rule that Italians follow is the rule of socks. No matter which part of the world you stay, every true Italian you meet will wear socks even with sandals. Italians are known for the passion they possess for fashion. Many stylists say that a sock with sandals is a very bad combination. But yet it looks good on every Italian.

5.    The late rule

The late rule

It is said that every true Italian is always late. It is not on purpose they do, but naturally, it happens to be late is what they say. You will know it better when you have an Italian friend. They are very vocal about it and cool too. If you don’t believe me, you can even keep a bet and ask you friend to visit you on a specific time and see.

6.   The Fish and Cheese rule

As you know that Fish and Cheese is the two very unique food items consumed together only in Italy, this art is exhibited only by a true Italian. You will happen to taste the same incredible combination in every restaurant and hotel in Italy.

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