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How do we involve young people in the processes that will shape their futures?

Although many regeneration and development projects are supportive of community engagement, very few set out to engage with young residents.

In this roundtable Resolve Collective look at the young community practitioners in London who are doing work that often doesn't appear on our professional radar but is crucial in shaping locales.

Come along and hear the first hand experiences of young people experiencing regeneration and proactively working on projects that positively affect their changing environments.

Featuring contributions from Halima Ali, Writer/Playwright/ZineMaker; Nabiha Qadir, Part 1 RIBA, Community Lead at Play Nice, Exhibitor Consultant at 'Blueprint For All'; and Mohammad Noor, Cert.H.E Architecture, D Lab Trainee, Hob Academy Alumni, and V&A East Young Advisor, the roundtable is aimed at professionals and groups involved in youth engagement and youth-led built environment projects.

Examples of what will be discussed include 'gentrification as experienced by young people', 'intergenerational collaboration', 'young people's view of what architecture can do to positively shape their cities', 'the perception of planning for underrepresented groups'.

Connecting Young People and the Built Environment
Image: Vishnu Jayarajan

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Tickets / Admission £ 15.00
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