The integrated approach is highly relevant, not only to urban development, but to development in general, and more especially to personal development! This is what we learn from ancient martial arts such as Tai Chi Chuan and energetic practices such as Qi Gong.
Every morning during the URBACT Summer University, we will prepare for the day, gently awakening body and mind through series of breathing and movements.
Are you an URBACT runner? Well, be prepared for some Dublin fun, then!
Urban management and everyday life in the city space are complex issues: so many are the stakeholders involved, so different the needs and expectations, so peculiar the resources available.
If you had the chance to actively contribute to improve the space you live in, how would you do it? What do you feel is the most urgent need to satisfy, for our cities to become more liveable? URBACT Summer University 2013 is the right occasion to share your ideas!
The main venue of the conference will be the Trinity College in the heart of Dublin City centre. Most of the URBACT Summer University programme activities (URBACT Talks, LABs, LSG@work, exhibition, coffee breaks and lunches) will take place in Ireland's oldest university.
In the official agenda of the URBACT Summer University 2013 (USU2013), there are included a few number of plenary sessions, as the programme in this year is focused on interactive learning activities.