The article aims at claiming resilience as an inner dimension of "territorialisation": this is a process in which the communities settling in a place perceive its specific nature, attributing symbols, cognitions and values to resources and to the local peculiarities and thus reifying, structuring and organising the space. Resilience, in our understanding, emphasises forms of learning and processes of development based on local priorities and needs, as identified by the communities through territorialisation patterns and as pursued in their daily production practices. By the conceptual lens of territorialisation our contribution will present the articles published this monographic issue in the way they are framing concepts as resilience and its governance.
Keywords: Resilience, Sustainability, Territorialisation, Territorial Competences.
Jel Code: R13; D8; O440; Q50