About this event:
Are you wondering about how SDGs play into the city design process? This Brown Bag Lunch invites collective reflection on the concept of Right to the City and current decision-making processes in city development. We’ll learn about mechanisms for addressing SDGs related to housing issues in Canada and how we can amplify the silenced voices of marginalized communities during the city design process.
Firdous Nizar is a Ph.D. student and founder of Spacial Retrace, a research-creation practice that explores new ways of learning and unlearning architecture for future city designs. Her research lies at the intersection of design, architectural education, and journalism in order to reimagine existing modes of communication and collaboration in the construction industry. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urban Design and a Master’s degree in Design.
Brown Bag Lunches are Impact Hub Ottawa’s weekly lunch & learns led by Hubbers, for members and non-members alike. Topics vary each week, but you’re always sure to learn something new!
- A link to register via Zoom will be provided once you sign up on Eventbrite
- This event will be recorded and shared with Impact Hub Ottawa members and all who register
Tickets: To ensure that cost is not a barrier to participating, we’re offering a tiered pricing system for this event. Participants can choose between a free Regular ticket and a $10 Community Support ticket, which will help offset the cost of running this event.
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