Dialogues in Urban Equality #2 - Co-production
11 July 2018, 5:30 pm–6:00 pm
The Bartlett Development Planning Unit
DPU@Senate House, 403 Senate House Malet St, London WC1E 7HU
Dialogues in Urban Development #2 Co-producing the city: By who, for whom?
Urban inequalities can be a result of the ways that some forms of knowledge and experience are privileged, and others are marginalised, in the planning, design, and governance of cities.
One response to this challenge is the idea of co-production. This event will bring together three scholars from different research traditions for a conversation on the significance of co-production in urban design, planning, and climate change governance.
We discuss what does it mean to co-produce the city? Co-production by who, and for whom? What knowledges, actors, and processes are required? And what is the role of co-production in making cities more equal?
The "Dialogues in Urban Equality" series is a London-based monthly seminar that provides a space of encounter to discuss the challenges of Urban Equality through different perspectives, geographies and voices. The series is part of the project "Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality" (KNOW), funded by RCUK GCRF, and led by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, at University College London.