Inclusive Spaces: Navigating Space Under Lockdown, the young BAME experience
20 October 2021, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
An exploration of young people’s experiences of home, work, mobility, community, and well-being during the Covid-19 lockdown.
This event is free.
The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
This session will discuss the key findings of the Navigating Spaces Under Lockdown project, which documented the experiences of Black and racially minoritised young adults in England during the COVID-19 pandemic. Co-led by the Bartlett Development Planning Unit, The Ubele Initiative and FOAM20, and funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, Navigating Spaces Under Lockdown explored how young people’s experiences of home, work, mobility, community, and well-being have been affected by the pandemic and by prolonged periods of lockdown.
The event will be a lecture followed by Q&A session.
About the Speakers
Dr Barbara Lipietz
Associate Professor at Development Planning Unit Faculty of the Built Environment
Dr. Barbara Lipietz is Associate Professor at the Development Planning Unit where she directs DPU’s MSc in Urban Development Planning and convenes the DPU Research Cluster on Urban Transformations.More about Dr Barbara Lipietz
Dr Jordana Ramalho
Lecturer in Development Planning for Diversity at Development Planning Unit Faculty of the Built Environment
Dr Jordana Romalho is a Lecturer in Development Planning for Diversity at the Bartlett Development Planning Unit and co-director of the MSc in Urban Development Planning at UCL. Her research spans the fields of feminist political ecology, gender and development and urban geography, and seeks to promote more socially just urban development.More about Dr Jordana Ramalho