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Record number 560598
Title The myth of participation An open city: a nice theory or should we be more optimistic?
Author(s) Tan, W.W.Y.
Event Rooilijn Kenniskring #9, Amsterdam, 2020-01-23/2020-01-23
Department(s) Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning
Publication type Unpublished lecture
Publication year 2020
Keyword(s) citizen participation - urban planning
Abstract The Netherlands is a self-made land through strategic planning and development. The making of this and is made possible by the close collaboration of many different stakeholders. Participation in an open city means that citizens, entrepreneurs, social organisations should be able to collaboratively think, and implement urban development. Does such an open city exist only in theory or can we be more optimistic?

Van terp tot zandrug en van drooglegging tot stadsontwikkeling – Nederland dankt zijn bestaan aan gebiedsontwikkeling. Om dit mogelijk te maken, is een nauwe samenwerking tussen vele partijen nodig. Participatie in een open stad betekent een stad waar bewoners, ondernemers en maatschappelijke organisaties meedenken en meedoen in het vormgeven van de ruimte. Bestaat zo’n stad alleen in theorie of moeten we hoopvoller zijn?
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