Prior to the ISOCARP congres 2015 a two day workshop in Amsterdam is organized at Pakhuis de Zwijger. Urban planners from all over the world will come together and join these two days. For participating in the ISOCARP workshop the urban planners were asked to write a paper about planning the city in a cooperative way. On the evening of October 19th the planners will present their contribution to cooperative urbanism in Pecha Kucha form.
The urban planners are divided into three groups according to the subject of their paper. The division is as follows:
Group I: alternative ways towards cooperative city building, using inclusive planning practices and participatory tools
Group II: contemporary urban issues of housing, flooding, infrastructure and environment are being incorporated through various collaborative strategies applied in varying contextual conditions
Group III: seek to bridge the gap between the city and its citizens, whilst suggesting inclusion of multiple players / stakeholders as part of the planning processes
After each group there is room for discussion and questions.
This evening is open to everyone.