Seminar on the role of sustainability and co-creation in addressing the needs and potentials of complex human settlements.
Seminar om bæredygtighed og co-creation’s rolle i at adressere behov og potentialerne i komplekse menneskelige bosættelser.
Can refugee camps and informal settlements overcome their temporary but de facto permanent reality and become flourishing sustainable settlements? How can sustainability and the inclusive and democratic participation of residents play a role in improving the conditions of these complex urban and rural realities? This seminar will take us through a philosophical and sociopolitical dialogue about the people’s right to have a central role in the development of the places where they live, work and play.
10.15-10.45 “A call for Sustainable Settlements in temporary permanent settings”
Liv G. Strømme Framgard, Architect and member of the Norwegian Refugee Council.
10.45-11.15 “The voice of the neglected: Cox Bazar and the Rohingya refugee crisis” Jørn C. Owre, Adviser NORCAP/UN at NRC Emergency response department.
11.30-11.45 Coffee break.
11.45-12.30 “Inclusive and democratic urban planning: the case of informal settlements” Eduardo Feuerhake, Architect and Consultant for the United Nations, Jørgen Eskemose; Architect and Professor at KADK.
12.45-13.45 Lunch break.
13.45-14.15 “EAHR at work: building with dignity” Michele Di Marco, Architect, Disaster Manager and director of international operations at EAHR.
14.30-15.00 “Strengthening professionals’ language for co-creation in challenging situations” Tore Qvist, Philosopher and Head of Program and Organizational Development at EAHR, Eduardo Feuerhake, Jørn C. Owre.
17.00 – 19.35 Screening of the movie Human Flow by Ai Weiwei with introduction.
19.35 – 19.45 Q & A
The event will be in english/ Arrangementet vil være på engelsk