This lecture will explore a collaboration between The Bartlett and CatalyticAction, which developed a methodology for dealing with diversity and unequal power relations in the co-design of inclusive spaces, in areas affected by displacement and conflict.
Using a case study of how this methodology has been implemented in a Lebanese town bordering Syria, our speakers will present both the academic reflection on the process of co-designing inclusive public spaces in these contexts, as well as providing a more practical overview of the methodology.
We will also present a new handbook for the co-design of inclusive educational and public spaces in displacement contexts developed as a result of GCRF-funded project.
The event will be a lecture followed by Q&A session.
Dr Andrea Rigon, Associate Professor at The Bartlett Development Planning Unit
Joana Dabaj, Founder at CatalyticAction