La città e i bambini. Per un laboratorio di pianificazione e progettazione urbana,

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In 2003, two of the Architecture Faculty of Urban Planning Laboratory of the University of Palermo have won the European award AESOP (Association of European School of Planning) "Excellence in Teaching for Practice". The book, written in retrospect, describes the scientific references, principles, methods and results of the two laboratories. The theme developed is the redevelopment of the urban periphery and the scope of the two districts of Palermo. I interpreted Laboratories as an opportunity to learn, to experience and learn new skills to help solve problems and arrive at a proper design, aimed at the development of methods of involvement of the inhabitants in the urban planning process. In the specific case, the action of "participation" has affected a weak band and less heard of the population, that of children and adolescents. The testing involved, as well as the students and teachers who participated in workshops with university students, social workers, administrators and experts responsible for international programs and projects. Recipients of this text are primarily university students because of the "good practices" include that of "knowing how to listen" and pupils of schools to become aware of their "right of citizenship" administrators and experts responsible for international programs and projects. Recipients of this text are primarily university students because of the "good practices" include that of "knowing how to listen" and pupils of schools to become aware of their "right of citizenship" administrators and experts responsible for international programs and projects. Recipients of this text are primarily university students because of the "good practices" include that of "knowing how to listen" and pupils of schools to become aware of their "right of citizenship"
Original languageItalian
PublisherPalumbo
ISBN (Print)88-6017-008-7
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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