Research

The project is structured around the production of three Intellectual Outputs:

  1. New learning needs: challenges and approaches in urban design and planning for inclusion​​. ​

  2. New modes of learning and teaching: learning inclusion in action​

  3. New teaching abilities: developing pedagogies for inclusion.

Civil Society Organisations in Action:
Re-shaping urban planning and design through solidarity in Europe

This report explores CSO practices in the reception on migrants and refugees. With a long list of cases, this report strives to document on-going challenges and novel forms of urban practice for hospitality and social inclusion that have been initiated by civil society organisations in cities across Europe.

Authors: KU Leuven with Housing Europe.

Pedagogies of inclusion Vol.1
A review of spatial design education in Europe

This report summarises the findings of a review of spatial design education in Europe as it relates to issues of migration. The document surveys the state of the art in European architecture schools and civil society organisations, in order to inform the design of a pedagogical framework and a series of pilot initiatives attempting to make issues of migration and asylum more relevant to the education of future practitioners.

Authors: University of Sheffield, School of Architecture and Architecture Sans Frontières–UK with support from Architecture Sans Frontières–International.

Pedagogies of inclusion Vol.2
A playbook for spatial design education.

This playbook has been created as a resource for education practitioners who want to develop approaches, methods and tools for addressing issues of inclusion in European cities. The primary audience of the playbook are educators working in the fields of architecture, urban design and other built environment disciplines, within and beyond academia

Authors: University of Sheffield, School of Architecture and Architecture Sans Frontières–UK with support from Architecture Sans Frontières–International.

Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Action Learning for Inclusion

The MOOC - Action Learning for Inclusion, Architecture and planning education with marginalised communities - has been developed to reflect on how an Action Learning approach can be applied to teaching initiatives, especially focusing on inclusion of vulnerable communities. 

The course has been created involving experts and teachers from different countries, with different backgrounds, working in universities and inside civil society organisations.  

Project lead: Politecnico di Milano

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