The Brussels2030 Summer Assembly will take place from 28 June to 2 July and is one of the first steps in preparing the candidacy of Brussels as European Capital of Culture in 2030. The week is organized by Brussels2030 in close collaboration with Réseau des Arts Bruxelles-Brussels Kunsten Overleg (RAB-BKO), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), weKONEKT.brussels, Brussels Academy, Brussels Studies Institute (BSI), Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Maison Des Arts, De Kriekelaar.
Colleagues Imre Keserü and Lluis Martinez will facilitate a workshop on co-creation for urban mobility on the first day of the Brussels2030 Summer Assembly (28 June from 14:00 to 17:00).
How can everyone find their way towards a more sustainable lifestyle? How can we achieve sustainable urban mobility? A co- creation process can help us gain valuable knowledge and hopefully, find the right answers. Defined as ‘active, creative and social collaboration of different groups of people to develop new solutions’, co-creation is an increasingly popular approach to solving complex problems. However, the extent to which co- creation can benefit society depends on the equity, representativity and inclusivity of the process. During this interactive workshop, you will learn more about co-creation, several methodologies to put this approach into practice, and how to make sure no one is left behind during the process. Focusing on the transportation system of Brussels, we will co- create solutions to facilitate the transition towards sustainable urban mobility. This workshop is open to everyone, and no previous experience or specific knowledge is required.