Co-creation and Co-design for Community-Linked Developments in Copenhagen

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R-LINK visits Copenhagen!
Copenhagen adopted a local strategic vision of ‘Co-create Copenhagen’ seeking new ways of collaborating with citizens and various interests groups. This is activated across various levels of scale from community gardens to urban transformation zones with the objective of climate adaption and citizen inclusion. The invitation from the University of Copenhagen gave the R-LINK team (Lilian van Karnebeek, Karin de Nijs, Wendy Tan, Kim von Schönfeld, Michiel Stapper, and Annemiek Rijckenberg, Menno van der Veen) a wonderful opportunity to visit examples of community-linked developments in Copenhagen last November.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jan 2019


  • citizen participation
  • co-creation

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    Social learning as an analytical lens for co-creative planning

    von Schönfeld, K., Tan, W. G. Z., Wiekens, C., Salet, W. & Janssen-Jansen, L., Jul 2019, In : European Planning Studies. 27, 7, p. 1291-1313

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    • 1 Participation in or organising a conference
    • 1 Invited talk

    VerDuS SURF Workshop Kennis & Beleid

    W.W.Y. Tan (Participant)

    17 Apr 2019

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in or organising a conferenceOther

    Community-Linked Incremental Urban Developments

    W.W.Y. Tan (Speaker)

    19 Feb 2019

    Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talkOther


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