Making Cities Together: The city we need through Safe, Inclusive and Accessible public spaces

 

Making Cities Together: The city we need through Safe, Inclusive and Accessible public spaces

3 May 2017 to 4 May 2017
Nairobi
, Kenya
1.Event Title Making Cities Together: The City We Need through Safe, Inclusive and Accessible Public Spaces.
 
2. WUC Partner Organization Hosting the Campus: International New Town Institute
 
3.Other Partner Organization(s) Co-Hosting the Campus
  • UN-Habitat
  • Project for Public Spaces
  • Placemakers
4.UTC Date: Wednesday, 03 May 2017 to  Thrusday, 04 May 2017
 
5.Location / Venue: Nairobi/Kenya/UN Compound, UN Avenue, Gigiri
 
6.Language: English

7. Sustainable Development Goals addressed by this UTC

    

 

8. Description of the Campus 

This UTC ‘Making Cities Together’ will focus on the implementation of public spaces through participatory urban processes, like placemaking. Good quality public spaces are excellent starting points for improving the standards of urban life for all citizens. They are a symbol of important aspects of a city, such as safety, health, and the local economy. In the Sustainable Development Goals, public spaces have been recognised as a crucial element for achieving sustainable human settlements. The organising partners ground this UTC on their co-creation experiences from the public space project Making Cities Together (Nairobi) and other international projects. This UTC offers participants the opportunity to actively engage in dialogues, living labs and networking sessions - learn-by-doing. We will answer the question how you and your organisation can contribute to implementation of public space interventions as be a tool for regenerating and planning neighbourhoods and cities world wide.
 
9. UTC Programme:  DOWNLOAD HERE
 
10.List of Speakers / Moderators :
  • Fred Kent, Project for Public Space (US)
  • Michelle Provoost, International New Town Institute (NL)

Other speakers and moderators will be announced soon.

11. Contact:

READ the official UTC Report