Earlier topics in the Curious Community series include feminist city planning, access ability matters, co-creation of cities, and cosmopolitanism and migration.

In the talk Involving Children in City Planning, moderated by Cenk Dereli, founder of Nobon, the following experts will participate: Linda Pettersson, landscape architect and office director at Urbio (SE), DDRLP founder Boğaçhan Dündaralp and Koridor Mimarlık partner (TR) and Kadir Has University City and Children Studies program participant Elif Kılıç (TR).

See the full program here:

arlier topics in the Curious Community series include feminist city planning, access ability matters, co-creation of cities, and cosmopolitanism and migration.

In the talk Involving Children in City Planning, moderated by Cenk Dereli, founder of Nobon, the following experts will participate: Linda Pettersson, landscape architect and office director at Urbio (SE), DDRLP founder Boğaçhan Dündaralp and Koridor Mimarlık partner (TR)
and Kadir Has University City and Children Studies program participant Elif Kılıç (TR).
See the full program here 

The Curious Community series is a collaboration between the Swedish Institute, Atölye and 3dots, and is part of the Equal Spaces program, a long term exchange between partners in Sweden and Turkey initiated by the Swedish Institute and the Consulate General of Sweden in 2018.
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