T³pio: Creative Placemaking for Young Community Leaders

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Tpio: Creative Placemaking for Young Community Leaders . , . , , , , . : :

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Embedded Educational Program on Active Citizenship

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Exclusion from Decision Making

Exclusion from Public Space

No Active Participation

Neglected Public Realm

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Engagement Empowerment Expression

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Pilot Phase:December 2015 May 2016

19th Lyceum of ThessalonikiMy Neighbourhood

Marasli Street, 1956

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DECEMBER 2015jANUARYFEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAY 2016INTERVENTION #1INTERVENTION #2INTERVENTION #3TRAININGPLACEGAME

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And this is the main street where the metro construction has closed many parts of it. Gaps in the urban fabric and life.10

Generation of Active Citizens on a Neighbourhood Level

CREATIVEPLACEMAKINGVISION

What I envision is the CULTIVATION of a generation of active citizens that will facilitate urban change on a neighbourhood level. This goal will be achieved via a creative placemaking process (explain if needed what placemaking is).11

TRAININGINTERVENTION #1INTERVENTION #2INTERVENTION #3YOUTH

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Which is my neighbourhood?

What do I do in my neighbourhood?

I live in my neighbourhood, Im an active citizen...

What I do or dont like in:My schoolMy neighbourhoodMy city

In my City, I dont like......the white walls...the dirt in the streets

In my City, I do like......the beautiful people

Which spaces do I want to improve in my neighbourhood?

INTERVENTION #1

INTERVENTION #2

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PLACE GAME

INTERVENTION #3

*in Greek, komple is slang for all fine and an acronym for Active Piece of City

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THE BRIGHT FUTURE

Thank you very much!

Contact Tpio:Facebook: TpioBlog: www.topioplacemaking.tumblr.gr Email: vivian.doumpa@gmail.com

With the support of:stART is a program of the Robert Bosch Stiftung conducted in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Thessaloniki and the Bundesvereinigung Soziokultureller Zentren e.V. (German Association of Sociocultural Centers)