All Articles about Urbanism
Fellow Joanitah Nakiggwe created "Beauty Brigade" - a project aimed at beautifying the city of New Orleans.
Dignified Housing for Migrants in Brussels
With the help of a few volunteers, 2022 Sarajevo Fellow Amée Zoutberg assembled 55 care packages that were disseminated amongst unhoused and undocumented people in Brussels.
Danas nismo, sutra jesmo (Cities of the Future)
EDVACAY participants Nudžejma Karajić, Kenan Tršić, Amar Buljubašić, and Amina Sejmenović created the project “Danas nismo, sutra jesmo“, drawing inspiration from the powerful concept of “Artivism“ and a community-building concept of paint-by-numbers.
Živjeti slobodno, perom se boriti!
The EDVACAY Fellows, Muhamed Ahmuljić, Isidora Trivković, Kana Bajrić, and Jovana Mišikić, have come together to create a project guided by the motto „enriching micro-urban spaces with youth's voices“, which aims to include and empower young poets and bring their poetry to the streets of Sarajevo to entice a dialogue with the community.
Njena Ulica (Her Street)
"Njena Ulica" is a project initiated by EDVACAY participants Layla Jusko, Selma Pandža, and Adela Mujezinović. The project's primary objective is to raise awareness about underrepresented notable women in Bosnia and Herzegovina by “assigning” their names to the streets of Sarajevo on a large mural.
Building Home(s) is a participatory and interactive series of events about immigration and belonging, asking the question of what makes Frankfurt home.
Through the Landecker Democracy Fellowship, Deborah will pilot the first Block Steward Academy, which includes capacity building, community connection, and a catalog of tailored technology tools specific for Block Stewards.
Jasper's Landecker Democracy Project 1+1=3 is a series of events that will take place in Heidelberg, Germany. The events mark the beginning of a journey, which sets out to work on a shared vision for the future of public spaces in our city.
Kazmyn Ramos is the Director of Services at Merchants Affordable Housing Corp. in Carmel, Indiana. She has identified the many barriers facing potential renters in search of affordable housing. Her Landecker Democracy Fellowship project, Seeking 1610, aims to improve access to affordable housing for low-income renters.
Initially, Karolina's Action Project was supposed to focus on one aspect only - the urban chaos. As it turned out, it would also serve as a study of the ever-regressing public municipal sphere, lacking legal basis, and general helplessness regarding the relation of commoner-authority.