In this project, Ian Graham and I will implement the governance structure for the Forth Meadow Community Greenway in Belfast which we co-designed together with residents, stakeholders, and local and regional organizations.
In this project, Bianca Dreyer and I were responsible for updating the Gender Equal Cities report and creating a curriculum on gender mainstreaming for European municipalities.
In this project, Ian Graham and I co-designed a governance structure for the Forth Meadow Community Greenway in Belfast together with residents, stakeholders, and local and regional organizations.
Research, consulting, and training on digital collaboration tools, digital meeting software, digital workshop design and the design and delivery of interactive and participative online meetings.
This project seeks to get targeted input in the future development of the Forth Meadow Community Greenway in Belfast, Northern Ireland from disabled groups, young people, minority ethnic groups and residents more widely.
Continuation of and expansion on the work started in the Model Space Project, including round table discussions between administrative and cultural stakeholders and the development of a framework and toolkit (checklist, contract, website) for a simplified permitting process for non-commercial cultural activities in public space.
This project seeks to generate dialogue and get resident input in the future development of the Forth Meadow Community Greenway in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
In the GenderedLandscape URBACT Action Planning Network, I will assist the partners in analyzing their shared and local challenges and developing action plans to tackle them.
In the CIVACT project, five partners will develop and test new methodologies for engaging disadvantaged young people in their neighborhood development as the first step towards familiarizing them with other forms of civic participation.
The Urban Commons Cookbook folds together theory, interviews with commons projects, and a range of methods into a practical handbook for commoners & policy-makers.
The Model Space Project analyzed non-commercial free open air events in Berlin in order to inform the creation of a new, streamlined permitting process.
In this project, we visited and cataloged good practices in the reactivation of vacant buildings in Germany and the US with a focus on knowledge transfer.
The BUCS was an event series about urban commons organized by the Urban Research Group in 2016 & 2017.