Resilient Cities and Digital Rights

Resilience became for policy makers a new mantra. A word which projected the recognition of a one health approach and faced smart cities with new challenges adapted to all kind of emergencies. Within the context of a syndemic world, the tools proposed by urban planning exposed a lack of coordination among environmental and urban law issues, in many countries. Not to mention the lack of integration of healthy parameters in the shape of urban development. Smartness, when understood in terms of technology singularity and integration in the urban landscape, evolved in an insufficient tool, when digitalization doesn´t integrate a fully developments of digital rights, a fully understanding of smart communities' needs and a proper regulation of e-administrative procedure which automatizes the decision process. This paper reflects on the administrative rules connected with urban law, the impact of digital transformation on them and its projection in shaping digital rights in a resilient city.