The Replicate project, co-financed within the Horizon 2020, contract number 691735 (European SCC1 Smart Cities and Communities call) and coordinated by Fomento San Sebastián has opened the 5th Session of the City to City Learning Programme. Led by the University of Oxford, Lighthouse City BRISTOL and Partners presented three slots within the sessions.
Slot 1: Methodologies and Approaches to Co-design.
This slot was presented by Rachel Clarke from Knowle West Media Centre and, Helen Manchester from University of Bristol. It This webinar will share learning from the Bristol pilot of the REPLICATE Project and other tools developed by the project’s partners to explore how cities can move away from project planning models that impose pre-decided ‘solutions’ onto communities, with little room for meaningful citizen participation.
Slot 2: Technology, data and democracy – how we make it accessible
This webinar looks into the technical complexities of “city smartness”, opportunities for meaningful engagement of citizens with technology and its control and was presented by Theo Tryfonas, University of Bristol and Zoe Banks, Knowle West Media Centre.
Slot 3: One city approach and inclusive futures
During that webinar the speakers Hayley Ash, from Bristol City Council, Ruzanna Chitchyan, University of Bristol and Dave Tudgey British Energy Network (Civil Society) describe how the One City Approach is being developed in Bristol.
You can watch this webinar here
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