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International Workshop | Hamburg | “Innovative Policies for Cities’ Regeneration: Competition and Sustainability” | 09.07. – 22.07.2014

The workshop „Innovative Policies for Cities’ Regeneration: Competition and Sustainability“ is part of a three-year EU-project (Erasmus Intensive Program, IP) in cooperation with the Università IUAV di Venezia, Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Università delgi Studi di Ferrara and the University Tecnica de Lisboa. The project covers different study fields and expertises with particular attention to urban planning, architecture, economics and social sciences, which allows a reflective and critical discussion on European policies on urban regeneration. In the previous two intensive workshops (approx. 12-14 days) students worked in multinational and interdisciplinary teams in order to develop a common idea of a more flexible collaborative structure within urban regeneration policies and practices in different study areas (e.g Forte Marghera in Venice, 2012; San Adrià de Besòs in Barcelona, 2013).

This involves: (1) learning to deal with the existing European framework of best and bad practice references in relation to specific local conditions within a selected study area; (2) considering the potential of diverse local stakeholders (e.g. public institutions, private and non-profit actors as well as citizens or inhabitants) and diverse approaches to participation and cooperation (starting from an involvement in activities through a greater level of influence over the decision-making process to the control of the whole project); (3) developing own ideas for research and design projects in order to contribute to the discourse on innovative approaches to urban regeneration in Europe.

The third and last year of the IP program is organized in Hamburg. It focuses on the study area of Hamburg- Wilhelmsburg in order to evaluate the impacts of the recently ended International Building Exhibition Hamburg (IBA Hamburg).

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