Reclaim The Suburbs. Which Capacities For Participatory Approaches? Autumn School 2019
The point of departure of this CAPA.CITY autumnschool is that we need a new movement Reclaim the Suburbs that supports residents to organize themselves and initiate own retrofitting projects; projects that do reduce the societal costs of their mode of living, but also fit within their housing dream: garage-box entrepreneurs, multigenerational villa-collectives, eco-garden networks, crowdfunded community services or renewable energy cooperatives. The CAPA.CITY autumnschool will collect and discuss ongoing Reclaim the Suburb initiatives, with a focus on the capacities that collectives need to develop, in order to initiate, run and sustain such initiatives.
Living on site
The submission fee is 100 euro.
This fee includes:
– accommodation from Monday 14.10 till Friday 18.10 in the Hoge Rielen. Note that you will share rooms: www.dehogerielen.be/domein/gebouw-4-springtouw and www. dehogerielen.be/domein/gebouw-5- kegel.
In case you are not willing to share rooms, you have to book and finance your own accommodation. Note that you will still have to pay the submission fee!
We expect you to be in the Hoge Rielen at 9.00 every morning. We do provide bikes
– breakfast from Monday 14.10 till Friday 18.10
– lunch from Monday 14.10 till Friday 18.10
– bikes Monday 14.10 till Friday 18.10
The submission fee does NOT include:
– accommodation from Sunday 13.10 till Monday 14.10
– transportation to the Hoge Rielen
– evening dinners
The CAPA.CITY autumnschool is open to all PhD-students and professionals involved in research on suburbanisation. Masterstudents are accepted on the condition that they provide a good motivation
UHasselt University (Belgium)
Oswald Devisch, Teresa Palmieri
Roskilde University (Denmark)
Majken Toftager Larsen, John Andersen
More information you can find below:
2019-09-02 | Notification of acceptance
2019-09-23 | Deadline submission of a poster