The Erasmus+ Youth project named Democratic Landscape Transformation: Towards Open Landscape Academy
The main project’s objective is to combine the knowledge, practice and participation of local communities and University Institutions around the concept of landscape. The landscape is perceived as an everyday commons, as a field of reclaim on climate change issues and as a field of democratic processes.
This is a project implemented as a partnership with University Institutions, NGOs and organizations from Germany (Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf), Italy (Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, Fondazione Flaminia), Hungary (KultúrAktív Egyesület, Magyar Agrár- és Élettudományi Egyetem), the Netherlands (Le:Notre Institute), USA (University of Maryland at College Park) and Greece (Γεωπονικό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών, Commonspace Co-op).
If you are an undergraduate, postgraduate, or a PhD student, or you have a professional, research, academic or personal interest in the fields of planning, architecture and landscape management, architecture, urban planning, agriculture, urban planning, environment and climate change, we invite you to participate in the following workshops and actions.
Are you interested in learning how to create more inclusive, open and democratic landscapes? We invite you to a journey across landscape, democracy, co-creation and collective visioning! We invite you to participate in the webinar lectures: "Democratic Landscape Transformation: Towards an Open Landscape Academy".
The landscape belongs to everyone. We should all have equal access to it and a voice in how it is used, valued and maintained. The idea behind this course is to promote awareness and empower knowledge and practice around the co-creation of inclusive, open and democratic landscapes.
👉 Apply here: https://ledwiki.hfwu.de/index.php
⏰ Every Wednesday 19:00 – 20:30 (local time)
🗓 Duration: 5 April - 5 July 2023.
*This series of training workshops will be implemented in English.
** More face-to-face training workshops and meetings will follow focused on specific topics and local areas. An onsite programme will take place in Ravenna, Italy, from July 24 to August 1, 2023.