Social transformation in urban neighbourhoods: Supporting smart urban intermediation

Alison Gilchrist, Oliver Escobar, Catherine Durose, Annika Agger, James Henderson, Merlijn Van Hulst, Mark van Ostaijen

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Abstract

This briefing will be of relevance to anyone interested in:
• how people make a difference in neighbourhoods
• what enables or hinders this kind of local action in a range of European cities
• what can be done in terms of capacity building, governance and resources
• the role of policy-makers, politicians, non-governmental organisations and funders in supporting smart urban intermediation

The briefing is part of the project Smart Urban Intermediaries, which focusses on how social and democratic innovation can provide a much needed corrective to the overly technological focus of the 'smart city' model.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSmart Urban Intermediaries
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 29 Nov 2019

Keywords

  • smart cities
  • social innovation
  • democratic innovation

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