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Friday, June 14 • 12:15pm - 2:00pm
Creative Bureaucracy: The local authorities, your partner in placemaking?

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Most placemaking initiatives have to deal with local authorities. A good and effective relationship with them might boost the work of placemakers. In our workshop we want to focus on three aspects of authorities that might make them real creative bureaucracies: First the potential rules and regulations which deal with placemaking activities.
Secondly the ‘inner life’ of the civil servants within the city administration. How do they operate ‘as human beings’ in their subjective and personal preferences towards the outside world including placemaking initiatives?
Thirdly, how do they deal with digital communication like social media to interact with placemaking actors? The short presentations in this workshop Creative Bureaucracies 2 focus on the change within the city administration for placemakers like Anna (Uppsala) and Timo (Helsinki).
The presentations of Papa Bella (Valencia) Kate (South Africa/Greece) and Miguel (Madrid), Laura (comparative study) and Alexandra (Athens) show how policies on local employment programme / intercultural understanding / solidarity economy / inclusive neighborhoods, can be amplified by a more creative bureaucracy or can provoke change in the city administrations.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Capel

Laura Capel

Grant Manager, F.Iniciativas
avatar for Timo Hamalainen

Timo Hamalainen

Analyst, Urban Policy advisor, Allas Sea Pool
avatar for Miguel Jaenicke

Miguel Jaenicke

PhD Architect, Urban Expert and Mapping, MARES MADRID
avatar for Papa Balla Ndong

Papa Balla Ndong

Human Migration Expert, WOORA
avatar for Kate Philip

Kate Philip

Employment creation and economic development, National Treasury of South Africa
avatar for Laura Sobral

Laura Sobral

Urban practitioner and researcher
avatar for Anna Sommardal

Anna Sommardal

Project manager/ Place making, Uppsala University
Artist and activist by heart and project manager of place making by profession. I believe that place making is valuable tool in the making of more inclusive, strong and cohesive communities. You could talk to me about everything. But especially about the process of engaging local... Read More →


Friday June 14, 2019 12:15pm - 2:00pm
William H. Whyte Sc Puerto, 6, 46024 Valencia, Spain

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