Urban Acupuncture consists of pinpricks of urban change. In this article, I look at Jaime Lerner’s book on this topic and discuss the participatory potential of Urban Acupuncture.
Despite what critics may say, new forms of participation brought by about by the pandemic are more, not less, inclusive, and go a long way to rectify problems with the status quo
This article gives a brief overview of the Right to the City, its history and its current importance.
In this interview, Ester from iDiscover shares some insight on how mapping can protect cultural heritage and how participatory mapping works best.
In order to reach SDG 11 by 2030, we need to understand what our cities are doing to achieve the goal and to analyse how progress is being measured. This article presents three different tools and identifies gaps and opportunities in data collection.