Historically the urban landscape has been used as a tool to establish inequitable power/social relationships. The same tools that have been used to shape inequity can also be used to center equity and justice in our world. This lecture will use history, theory and projects centering community engaged design to explore landscapes of contested power.
After attending this session, participants will:
Understand relationships among the social, political, and economic dimensions of design
Understand the successes and challenges of facilitating a co-creation process with community
Gain key principles for engaging communities with honor and respect
Gain tools for participatory design evaluation including indicators and metrics for measuring success
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