Topic: "Discussion: Work Manifesto"
The Association of Graduate Planners is pleased to announce the latest installment of the Community Planning Café.
All are welcome to attend!
Speaker: Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti (PhD Candidate, TUDelft)
This conversation with the architect behind “Work Manifesto” will highlight the importance of social practices for planning according to the existing context of slums, based on 7 years of ethnographic fieldwork in the favelas of Brazil. We speculate how labour can be relevant to address both the theory of informal settlements and the planning of slums. How can the labour of dwellers and their associations with the city contribute to create equity in favelas?
An exhibit will be on display in the EV2 concourse, from November 17 to December 1st!
This event is made possible by the efforts of the AGP and funding from generous contributions of UWPAT.
It has long been tradition for the AGP in conjunction with the School of Planning to offer a forum to facilitate student-faculty interaction and to contribute positively to the intellectual environment in the School. Current and relevant topics in the planning world are discussed.
Coffee/Refreshments will be provided – Be sure to bring a mug!