Great news! The GenderedLandscape URBACT Action Planning Network has been approved for phase 2, which will run from May 2020 until September 2022!
Hard to believe that Phase 1 of our URBACT Action Planning Network GenderedLandscape is already nearing the end! It’s been a whirlwind of travel, workshops and site visits. Curious what I’ve been up to? Check out the video!
My article introducing our Action Planning Network GenderedLandscape is now live! Check out how we are approaching the question of gender and what it could mean for your city.
On 20 November, the Lawaetz Stiftung organized a multiplier event to engage local stakeholders working with youths at risk of social exclusion. District representatives, youth workers and other practitioners explored the relevance and adaptability of the CIVACT methods for their work in the Hamburger districts of Wandsbek, Altona and Harburg.
It’s been an exciting and busy period for the CIVACT project. Here’s a recap of what’s been going on the last few months.
We had our first feedback meeting with the graphic designer for the Urban Commons Cookbook. It’s coming along well and we are on schedule to release in February. Check out some examples of the layout and graphics here.
What are the main challenges facing hard to reach youths with regard to participation in civil society? The CIVACT needs analysis sheds some light on the matter.
The editing is done and now we’re working on graphics and layout! Check out a sneak peek of the amazing cover design by Luisa Le Van from Atelier Hurra!
I have more results coming out! The second and final blog post for the Reactivating…
We were recently invited to present the results of the Model Space Project to the cultural commission at the Berlin State Legislature (Abgeordnetenhaus) and made it into the news! Read more here.
My newest manuscript is off to the editors! Get a little preview here.
Hey all, I have been working hard all winter, which means I am going to…
It has been a very busy summer full of great news on the project front. Here’s a quick update!
Just a quick update about progress on the UCC!
So we’ve officially concluded the first round of the Berlin Urban Commons Series, which ran…
I’m excited to announce that my colleague Jacqueline Taylor and I will be conducting a pilot study about strategies to reactivate vacant buildings in the US and Europe funded by a mini-grant from the German Marshall Fund of the United States!
It’s been a busy few weeks since I got back from vacation, but today I’m excited to share some impressions from the first interviews for the Urban Commons Cookbook.