Maria Teresa: “What are your expectations of this conference?
D. Tomás Rodríguez Villasante: “I have come to learn, that is to say, I have come to see the solid developments being made here in Huelva, in certain neighbourhoods, they have told me of District V and others; also of the other international experiences, which type of concrete plans they have for working between cities and others, to learn, I am already a researcher, and can contribute that methodology to what we are doing. To see other experiences and to cross some methodologies with others to see what possibilities there are that could benefit from university knowledge, many of those methods are being used by CAENTI in neighbourhoods and countries, and the rest we are doing elsewhere.”
Maria Teresa: “What are your expectations for this conference?”Carlos Berzosa: “I think that a conference like this is interesting, fundamentally for two principal reasons; the first, the subject it challenges and second the attendance of people from diverse countries that have different experiences and I think that this is very enriching. Therefore this contact and meeting of professors and researchers from diverse universities and places in the world (from Europe and also Latin America) is always rewarding. Somehow we hope these idea exist, experiences are exchanged and we will live in a richer world of ideas.