The LOOPER consortium organised a well-attended special session at the annual conference of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) held in Venice between 2-6 July 2019.
Nine presentations about co-creation in urban planning were given during the special session titled ‘Enabling social learning in communities to tackle the challenges of cities in transition’. Prof. Dr. Massimiliano Condotta from IUAV and Dr. Imre Keserü from VUB acted as session chairs.
The presentations included topics such as triple-loop social learning in Albania, energy policies, participatory cost-benefit analysis, and evidence-based urban development. Sister projects SUNRISE and Cities 4 People were also represented.