Tag Archive: netherlands

Spazi Centrali selected for Open Call Sfide Urbane

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Associazione 4 Tunnel and I am my city selected as winners of the Open Call Sfide Urbane in Milan with the proposal “Spazi Centrali”. *Testo in italiano più in basso Associazione 4 Tunnel… Continue reading

I am my city @Isocarp 2015

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It has been an intense week for planners and urban professionals like us. The Isocarp congress brought together a large audience to discuss how the planning profession should re-invent itself. City mayors discussions… Continue reading

Isocarp 2015 Congress: let’s reinvent planning

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The 2015 Isocarp congress will be hosted in 12 cities across Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands with the final plenary sessions taking place in Rotterdam on October 21-23. Each city has developed a theme… Continue reading

SDG workshop @IHS Rotterdam

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Capacity development in light of an Urban Sustainable Development Goal – SDG 11 Targets, actors, stakeholders and the kind of capacity we need for our urban future On May 20, 2015 the Institute… Continue reading

Ik ben mijn buurt (Rotterdam, NL)

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After 2 editions focusing on the ZOHO neighbourhood we extended our scope and looked into three different areas in Rotterdam, where we worked with students from the Urban Strategies and Planning specialization on… Continue reading

Ik Ben Zoho #2 (Rotterdam, NL)

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  Ik Ben Zoho #2 collected stories from the neighbourhood locals as well as our involvement in the area. This issue contain stories on art as a vehicle for community building from Chris Ripken… Continue reading

Open Zoho Day 2014

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   Tropical island vegetation and ocean view! In partnership with De Urbanisten, in June 2014 we participate in an event organized by Stipo called “Open Zoho Day”.  With the support of Deelgemeente Noord, during the… Continue reading

More IBZ material!

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New IBZ material!

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Ik Ben Zoho @ Cultuurmix !

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In May 2014 the first “Ik Ben Zoho” issue has been launched at De Nieuwe Banier, a community collective initiative, in the heart of the neighbourhood. The magazine was freely distributed to residents and… Continue reading