Urban Health Citizen Lab

Duration
01/01/2022 - 31/12/2022
Coordinator
Celia Santos Tapia
Funded by
Ajuntament de Barcelona - Fundació BIT Habitat

The Urban Health Citizen Lab is an open and inclusive meeting space aimed at promoting the development of common ideas through the experimentation and collective learning. Thanks to the active participation of different actors and groups, we will offer mechanisms to promote social innovation under the culture of proximity.

The main goal of this space is to create learning and practice communities, in which people can work collectively to identify needs, problems and interests, in order to promote creative ideas that help improve neighborhood conditions through scientific culture, shared knowledge and experimentation of tools for awareness and dissemination. The laboratory provides conditions to activate listening, observation and collective intelligence among participants of different profiles linked to the same context, generating spaces of trust and cooperation, with a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach.

Total budget

13,595 €

A través del Ayuntamiento de Barcelona y la Fundación BIT Habitat.

Co-organised by:

   

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