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  • Design cities with people, not for them

    Urban Ideas Bakery will be a process of creating a shared vision about where the town or community wants to go and  what resources we need to make this happen. Our aim is to stop designing cities for people, but start designing them with people, following several simple steps of the Bakery meth › More

    • 06.11.2009
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  • Pyramid selling

    Our second guest blogger: Jon Rea - Nottingham City Council The Creative Community Planning conference has been a great place to find out about other Future City Games and in particular share experiences and strategies for engaging different communities in the game process. At the risk of sounding a › More

    • 06.11.2009
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  • The ball has been kicked!

    'Creative Community Planning' forum in Pilsen has just started with warm greetings of the organisers - British Council, Centre for Community Organising and the City of Pilsen, and an inspiring presentation by energetic Neil McInroy from Centre of Local Economic Studies (UK). The forum is bringing t › More

    • 05.11.2009
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  • Did you know that...?

    Did you know that Future City Games have reached over 14 million people via media, forums, events and networks across Central Eastern Europe and the UK? Check out some impressive figures about past games in 2008-2009: - we played 50 games, with a total number of 99 games. This year Estonia is a › More

    • 05.11.2009
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  • Cases, cases, cases

    We moved on to the cases studies and hear about some great games in Pilsen, Lodz, Kosice, all three cities working with the European Capital of Culture at different levels. In both Pilsen and Lodz the game has been used in preparing bids to become European Capitals of Culture. Strong learning points › More

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