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Stage A Challenging Practice – January 2020 – London

Stage A Challenging Practice – January 2020 – London December 2, 2019

We are delighted to announce that ASF-UK will be running a ‘Stage A Challenging Practice’ weekend seminar on 25th-26th January 2020. Challenging Practice is an independent-learning programme that seeks to enable built environment practitioners and students to engage reflexively with the challenges of inclusive and sustainable urban development. The course is based on principles of active, dynamic, and action-based learning. Stage A Challenging Practice consists of a two-day seminar which is designed to enable participants to deepen their understanding of…

ASF-UK CALL FOR FIELD VOLUNTEER – Freetown, Sierra Leone

ASF-UK CALL FOR FIELD VOLUNTEER – Freetown, Sierra Leone November 4, 2019

ROLE: FIELD VOLUNTEER Position : 1 Field Volunteer Partner : Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre (SLURC) Contact: Sophie Morley, Louisa Orchard Dates: 06 February—12 March 2020 Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday 22nd November, 2019 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Since 2017 ASF-UK, Sierra Leone Urban Research Center (SLURC) and the Development Planning Unit, University College London (DPU) have undertaken a series of projects exploring inclusive city making with residents of informal settlements in Freetown. Together the team have delivered workshops and…

ASF-UK Film: Reclaiming Regeneration September 8, 2019

In 2018/19 ASF-UK produced a film to document progress of the Change by Design (CbD) ‘Reclaiming Regeneration’ project with ASF-UK partners Redbridge Citizens (of Citizens UK) and London CLT (London Community Land Trust). ASF-UK has collaborated with partners Citizens UK since 2014 on a variety of public workshops in London, including ‘Contested Sites in Euston, 2014’ with Camden Citizens, ‘Reclaiming Regeneration: Community Memories and Future Imaginations, 2017’ with TELCO (East London Citizens) & RDCV (Royal Docks Community Voice) and the…

Change By Design Workshop – Freetown 2019 August 8, 2019

ASF-UK have recently hosted an intensive international workshop with partners SLURC (Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre) as part of the Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality (KNOW) project in Freetown between 15th-26th July 2019. Based upon ASF-UK’s Change by Design methodology and looking at ‘co-designing platforms and tools for informal settlement profiles’. The workshop brought together SLURC’s community data collection team and international participants from eight countries to explore how the dissemination of information about informal settlements can contribute to…

Sierra Leone – Freetown : Update April 2019 April 2, 2019

The Community Action Area Plans (CAAPs) for two informal settlements in Freetown are now available on ASF-UK’s website: REPORTS These plans are the culmination of an eight-month participatory planning partnership between the Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre (SLURC) and ASF-UK using the Change by Design methodology. The findings from Cockle Bay and Dworzark illustrate the current realities faced by residents from these inner city communities, their aspirations, and how they would like their communities and wider city to be transformed….

Announcement: Challenging Practice Stage A Seminar, 19-20 January November 15, 2018

We are excited to announce that ASF-UK will be running a Stage A Challenging Practice weekend seminar on 19th-20th January 2019. This seminar to enable participants to reflect on their knowledge gained from the readings of the Challenging Practice Introduction through case studies, facilitated discussions, interactive scenario building, and role plays. Challenging Practice is an independent-learning programme for built environment practitioners and students to learn to engage with vulnerable urban groups, and reflect on the challenges of international development. It aims to prepare attendants to…

Reclaiming Regeneration – LFA 2018 August 22, 2018

On 23 June ASF-UK joined TELCO and Redbridge Citizens and London CLT at the Salvation Army in Ilford for an event as part of the London Festival of Architecture, looking at how to deliver affordable and secure housing for communities in east London.   The day began with the launch of Redbridge Citizens brief for Community Land Trust homes in Ilford which was produced with support from ASF-UK. The brief, presented to Redbridge Councillors Helen Coomb and Robert Littlewood, marks…

ASF’s international network exchange ideas for new learning experiences July 5, 2018

At the annual global ASF International General Assembly in Marseille in April 2018, ASF International, ASF UK and ASF France jointly collaborated to deliver a Challenging Practice Stage A one-day seminar as part of the Designing Inclusion (DESINC) project. This is an EU funded programme exploring how architecture, urban design and  planning education can contribute to the production of inclusive urban spaces for refugees and forced migrants. This was an opportunity for ASF to pilot its new Challenging Practice learning…

CALL & UPCOMING LFA WORKSHOP:RECLAIMING REGENERATION -Identity, heritage and housing in East London June 12, 2018

RECLAIMING REGENERATION : Identity, heritage and housing in east London ASF UK are looking for London-based built environment professionals with an interest in community-led regeneration and the ability to volunteer time over the coming year, to join local stakeholders in exploring how participatory design tools can help communities to have a greater voice in the processes of regeneration and support more inclusive neighbourhoods in Redbridge. The LFA workshop will explore the effect of regeneration in East London and build on…

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