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8 Nov 2018

The project held a transnational seminar “Successful Inclusion of migrants and refugees in European cities: How local players are making it happen and what support is needed from EU level" in the European parliament on October 18th 2018.


Speakers included host Brando Benifei...

The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Action Learning for Inclusion: Architecture and planning education with marginalised communities, has been developed within the framework of the Designing inclusion project, reflecting on how Action Learning approach can be applied to te...

During the annual global ASF International General Assembly in Marseille in April 2018, ASF International, ASF UK and ASF France jointly collaborated to deliver a Challenging Practice (CP) one-day seminar as part of the DESINC project.  This was an opportunity for ASF to pil...

24 Jun 2018

On day four of the DESINC workshop, the group was invited to the co-working space in the centre of Brussels, MAD LAB, this time to focus specifically on ‘Designing Inclusion through Civil Society Organisations (CSO) practices’. The morning was an opportunity for the sen...

21 Jun 2018

Day three of the DESINC workshop in Brussels saw the team back in the World Transformation Centre on the 23rd floor. This time we focused primarily on learning and teaching for inclusion. We started with a detailed update on the learning and teaching review of all activities...

20 Jun 2018

The morning of day two was hosted by one of our Brussels partners, Housing Europe. Here all the partners sat down for the workshop entitled, ‘Co-designing a pedagogical framework’, coordinated by the University of Sheffield team. The aim of this session was to understand how...

20 Jun 2018

This week the teams are coming back together in Brussels, for a five day intensive workshop, IPHEL2. Day one kicked off at the World trade/transformation Centre. Here we were welcomed by Roeland Dudal of Architecture Workroom Brussels (AW)-– a European think-and-do tank for...

After two very productive days held at different sites in Sheffield, day four of the DESINC workshop brought the group of participants back to the Arts Tower at Sheffield School of Architecture. The day focused on ‘Designing a pedagogy for urban inclusion’ as a theme, and in...

Our third workshop day was held in Sheffield’s Vestry Hall, which houses the Israac Somali Community Association. A member of the Association welcomed us and provided us with some information about the Somali community in Sheffield and the UK, cultural and social activities...

For the second day of the workshop we were hosted by the City of Sanctuary Sheffield. This set the tone for our morning session, where Sarah (City of Sanctuary), John (SYMAAG) and Gina (Assist) shared their efforts in supporting asylum seekers in Sheffield. Two speakers in t...

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