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Human Cities / Civil Society Reclaims Public Space. Cross Perspectives Based on Research

(Editors) Rafaella Houlstan-Hasaerts, Biba Tominc, Matej Nikšič and Barbara Goličnik Marušić



Publisher: Urbani izziv - publikacije - 2012



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This online Proceeding has been released in the framework of the Symposium “Civil Society Reclaims Public Space, Cross Perspectives Based on Research” held in Brussels in March 2012. The Symposium was organized as part of the second festival of the European project Human Cities: Reclaiming Public Space, supported by the EU Programme Culture 2007-2013 and with the collaboration of the Association of European School of Planning (AESOP) - Thematic Group “Public spaces and urban cultures”. After the first Human Cities book in 2010, this new online publication continues to discuss open public spaces. During the past few years, Human Cities as a project and as a network, has aspired to come to terms with the gap between the practice and the theory of urban issues. This online publication is no exception; it is rooted in actions initiated by the civil society to reclaim public space. It continues its way along academic and professional thoughts about this phenomenon. The first part concentrates on Human Cities project results such as Toolbox and Observation mission, the main part is dedicated to the contributions represented at the Symposium and the last part is dedicated to impressions from the workshops held at the Symposium.

Proofread Maša Šorn
Design Damjan Jermančič (Contributors: Biba Tominc and Guillaume Bokiau)
Funding sources This project has been funded with the support from the European Commission – Programme Culture 2007-2013; Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
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Publisher:  This book is an online publication published by the Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia’s press Urbani izziv – publikacije.
Proceedings of the Symposium “Civil Society Reclaims Public Space. Cross Perspectives Based on Research” held in Brussels on 15th and 16th March 2012.
Editors: Rafaella Houlstan-Hasaerts, Biba Tominc, Matej Nikšič and Barbara Goličnik Marušić.
Contributing authors: Part of Human Cities Network (alphabetic order) Lise Coirier, Davide Fassi, Jessy Gemayel, Barbara Goličnik Marušić, Rafaella Houlstan-Hasaerts, Roberta Motter, Matej Nikšič, Liat Rogel, Adèle Seyrig, Biba Tominc and Chantal Vanoeteren.
Contributing authors: Part of Human Cities Symposium (alphabetic order) Mathieu Berger, Vincent Calay, Isabelle Doucet, Davide Fassi, Barbara Goličnik Marušić, Giacomo Golinelli, Sabine Guisse, Mark Hackett, Declan Hill, Salvatore Iaconesi, François Jégou, Hagi Kenaan, Mahmoud Keshavarz, Christian Klein, Sabine Knierbein, Julien Knoepfler, Vladimir Kubet, Tibo Labat, Anaïs Léger, Giorgia Lupi, Ali Madanipour, Agustina Martire, Dejana Nedučin, Matej Nikšič, Amin Parsa, Paolo Patelli, Potsiso Phasha, Tanja Plešivčnik, Dušan Ristić, Javier Ruiz-Sánchez, Adèle Seyrig, Shibboleth Shechter, Luca Simeone, Paul Smith, Marjan Špegel, Christine Taylor Klein and Biba Tominc.
Contributing moderators of workshops: Part of Human Cities Symposium (alphabetic order) Nathalie Arnould, Emily Ballantyne-Brodie, Emilie Bonnard, Martine Cantillon, Caroline Claus, Lise Coirier, Sara Dandois, Filippo Dattola, Aglaée Degros, Josyane Franc, Jessy Gemayel, Barbara Goličnik Marušić, Sabine Guisse, Alice Holmberg, Rafaella Houlstan-Hasaerts, François Jégou, Sabine Knierbein, Giulietta Laki, Thomas Laureyssens, Matej Nikšič, Christian Pagh, Cécile Planchais, Recyclart asbl-vzw, Biba Tominc, Paola Trapani, Ike Udechuku, Marthe Van Dessel and Camille Vilain.
This online publication has been released in the framework of the European project Human Cities: Reclaiming Public Space (2010-2012), supported by the EU Programme Culture 2007-2013.
This online publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.
The contributions to this book have been peer reviewed. We thank all the contributors for the pictures provided free of copyright.

 

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