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Right to the City
April 8 @ 10:30 - 17:00
Right to the City
Shkodër – Aula A3, Rectorate of University ‘Luigj Gurakuqi’
A cycle of debates about the City and the Communities in Balkan Citi4s are getting held by guest speakers as urban planner, philosopher, sociologist, artist and activist from their respective cities: SHKODRA, MOSTAR BELGRADE TIRANA PRIZREN KOTOR SKOPJE PRISTINA
You are welcome from 8th Apr to 27th May 2017, Every Saturday at 10:30am, Aula A3, Rectorate of University ‘Luigj Gurakuqi’ Shkodra ALBANIA
RIGHT TO THE CITY
8th APR 2017 AT 10:30AM
RECTORATE OF UNIVERSITY ‘LUIGJ GURAKUQI’
Urban growth for Cities provides a synthesized approach and an analysis of policy-making. It will be explored in several ways, like: economic, philosophic and social forces. Different countries have different approaches to the alignment of policies, such as: policy development and urban regeneration; local economic development through interventions in transport, public squares, innovation and entrepreneurship, tourism, food and rural development, environment and natural resource degradation, etc.
The forum aims to present the dynamics of cities through integrated planning policies and instruments that manage urban growth and economic development.
RIGHT TO THE CITY open forums. A cycle of debates about the CITY and the COMMUNITIES in Balkan Cities are getting hold by GUEST SPEAKERS, as urban planner, architect, writer, politicians, sociologist, artist and activist from their respective cities.
EXPEDITIO Centre for Sustainable Spatial Development
Aleksandra Kapetanović is a conservation architect, a coordinator of Cultural Heritage Sector and one of the founders of NGO EXPEDITIO Center for Sustainable Spatial Development, Kotor, Montenegro. Through working in NGO sector since 1997, she has gained experience in implementing projects in the fields of cultural heritage, sustainable architecture and spatial planning, which aim, through multidisciplinary and participatory approach, to contribute to the overall development of civil society.
She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University, Serbia and finished postgraduate courses in the field of cultural heritage in Slovak Republic and Italy. She did her intern work in the Institute for Heritage Protection in Kotor and passed ICCROM courses. Within the Cultural Heritage Sector of EXPEDITIO she has organized numerous architectural workshops and restoration work camps, conducted preliminary technical assessments, management plans, conservation projects, etc. She focuses on the topics of cultural landscape, rural heritage and the use of traditional techniques and material, with emphasis on participatory process and public participation in cultural heritage protection. She is a member of the Managing Board of the SEE Heritage Network. She actively engages in mountain hiking and yoga.