Isshaq Al-Barbary, Ola Hassanain, Jeanne van Heeswijk, and Charl Landvreugd join Urban Front for Training “Urban Practices and the Future of the City”
BAK 2017/2018 Fellows Isshaq Al-Barbary and Ola Hassanain, as well as 2018/2019 Fellows Jeanne van Heeswijk and Charl Landvreugd join Urban Front (with Distinguished Professor David Harvey, Associate Professor Miguel Robles-Durán, artist Jeanne Van Heeswijk, curator and writer Laura Raicovich, activist and politician Gala Pin, urban sociologist Laia Forne) and guests Charli Herrington and Carina Jansen for a training and public program at BAK, Urban Practices and the Future of the City.
This discussion is part of a two-day program with Urban Front (David Harvey and Miguel Robles-Durán), including Training XVIII: Disrupting Neoliberal Urban Governance: New Organizational Forms for the Immediate Future, and Lecture: David Harvey on Urban Front.
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