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  • Svetovar - practical workshops

    The world at a boiling point - what a rich image for the old brewery and more recently disused army barracks. Participants got different briefs for developing the site and all did wonderful presentations; one a city archive, a second an entertainment centre     › More

    • 09.11.2009
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  • What did I bring back from Pilsen...

    Thank you for your input. I really enjoyed meeting GamesMasters and Future City Game participants from so many countries. It is such a great inspiration to hear about how the game has been used in different locations and also about the plans for using it in other places...In the end I did not bring › More

    • 09.11.2009
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  • Day Two: more cases, part I

    The second day of the Forum has just started with more presentations and case studies of past and upcoming Future City Games across Europe. The Finnish team presented the game played in Helsinki with the aim to revitalise Suvilahti power plant and surrounding areas, and possibly use it as a cultural › More

    • 06.11.2009
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  • Good players make a good game: cases, part II

    'Good players make a good game' - claimed Diana from Estonia who moderated the Game in Tallinn only a week ago. I was astonished to know that '400,000 bicycles' winning idea takes less money to implement than building a single transport junction in the city - a response to sceptics who challenge the › More

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  • Engaging children and young people.

    The next case study is from Jon Rea from Nottingham City Council. Nottinghim City Council see Future City Game as a toolkit for participation. In Nottingham, engaging children and young people something that has grown over the last years. Children and young people have in the past been victims of to › More

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