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An assessment of Turin's leisure policy

, : An assessment of Turin's leisure policy. ELRA Information 14(1-3): 10-13

The development of leisure over the past ten years in Turin, Italy, has been marked by many initiatives and innovations. The economic crisis and a high level of unemployment reawoke interest in the quality of life and leisure. Theatre and concert courses were established, art centres and museums were opened, sports activities were encouraged, and the city parks and open spaces were adapted for leisure activities.

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