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Civita is a Norwegian liberal think tank which gains support from, among others, the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise. In the beginning, it was led by Terje Svabø, but prominent Conservative Party politician Kristin Clemet took over on November 16, 2006, after having central roles in many projects.

The organization works to promote the value of individualism and a free market economy. It functions as a network of people with different political affiliation from different sectors of society ( academia, business, media, organizations and politics). The organization spreads its message through seminars, lectures, research, and book publications. __NOTOC__

Civita (Cascia)

Civita is a frazione of the comune of Cascia in the Province of Perugia, Umbria, central Italy. It stands at an elevation of 1171 metres above sea level. At the time of the Istat census of 2001 it had 58 inhabitants.

Civita (disambiguation)

Civita is a Norwegian liberal think tank Civita may also refer to:

Civita (surname)

Civita is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • César Civita (1905–2005), Italian Argentine publisher
  • Roberto Civita (1936 2013), Brazilian businessman and publisher
  • Victor Civita (1907–1990), Brazilian businessman, publisher and philanthropist
  • Ramiro Civita, Argentine cinematographer
Civita (San Diego, California)

Civita is a sustainable, transit-oriented 230-acre master-planned village under development in the Mission Valley area of San Diego, California, United States. Located on a former quarry site, the urban-style village is organized around a 19-acre community park that cascades down the terraced property.

Civita development plans call for 60 to 70 acres of parks and open space, 4,780 residences (including approximately 478 affordable units), an approximately 480,000-square-foot retail center, and 420,000 square feet for an office/business campus.

The Civita project is budgeted at $2 billion and being developed by Sudberry Properties, in partnership with the Grant family, which has operated the former quarry since 1937.