New Urban Topologies / Ukrainian Puzzle invites you to meet in Odesa this autumn!
In cooperation with Fargfabriken we are announcing an open call for Ukrainian non-govermental organizations, active citizens or young politicians. We invite you to take part in the four-day seminar in Odesa aiming on strengthening your skills and gathering more information about Ukrainian civil society and city development processes to solve the puzzle.
New Urban Topologies (NUT) is a platform for the dialog between all the citizens that inspires a participatory process within the field of urban planning.
Ukrainian Puzzle is a series of NUT seminars in Ukraine, focusing not only on the specific cities but trying to portray the situation in country varying the research both in dimensions of geography (Kharkiv, Ternopil, Poltava, Odesa) and time (2013-2016).
What you can get: We assume that the most necessary thing you can get during the process of developing you your own project is a good advice and professional consultation at the earliest stage. But usually it is hard to find an exact specialist or to get in touch. So we decided to make a step in solving this problem. You can apply with a project you are planning to start in the near future and ask us for a professional consultancy in an exact field. We will invite a good professional from Ukraine or abroad to work with you on your project during the seminar. We believe this will help your initiative to succeed and strength the network between all kinds of professionals striving for the best future of our cities.
How to apply:
Send us a short letter (no more than 2000 words) at firstname.lastname@example.org before the 15th of August covering next points:
- Describe yourself (organization, activist, politician etc.)
- Tell us about your project
- Specify what kind of consultancy you think you need?
We will announce the participants list on 17th of August.
We can additionally ask you for a skype interview to confirm the details.
The dates of the seminar are 29th of September – 2nd of October.
Detailed seminar programme will be announced on the 1st
Transport and accommodation and food for participants will be