Lia Vasconcelos e Helena Farrall - Workshop 2013: Laboratório de Resiliência Urbana

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Helena Farrall e Lia Vasconcelos participarão no Congresso sobre Cidades Resilientes que se irá realizar entre os dias 31 de Maio e 3 de Junho em Bona, trazendo as conclusões e desafios resultantes das apresentações e discussão deste evento promovido pelo ICLEI.

O enfoque deste Workshop está na demonstração das oportunidades de intervenção no meio edificado, no ambiente e na sociedade, assentando em conhecimentos, redes de contactos, recursos endógenos renováveis e inovação disponíveis.

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Lia Vasconcelos e Helena Farrall - Workshop 2013: Laboratório de Resiliência Urbana

  1. 1. MiguelCravo©ConstruçãoSustentávelWORKSHOPLaboratório de Resiliência UrbanaHelena Farrall e Lia Vasconcelos
  2. 2.      Hidden opportunitiesin (un)privileged urban spaces:the case of the Cova da Moura      Lia  Vasconcelos    ltv@fct.unl.pt    Helena  Farrall  mail@helenafarrall.com            Bonn,  May  31,  2013    
  3. 3. Contents•  CASE STUDY PRESENTATION : programstructure and program process•  SNAPSHOT ANALYSIS : Identify / characterize /analyze and interpret the existing social networkat the time of the collaborative process development•  PRESENT SITUATION AND THE POSSIBLEFUTURESPhoto:  Judith  Allen,  06  Hidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  4. 4. Ø  840 buildings illegally inprivate propertyØ  5000 residents african ex-colonies (2/3 cape-verdians)Ø  45% « 24 yrs oldØ  low educational levelsØ  126 shops/servicesØ  Cultural diversityØ  Bad image (criminality)Ø  Fragilize populationØ  Political historical backgroundProfile: multi-ethnic, self built,illegal, informal settlement•  Strong community identity•  Intense human network•  Active local associationsHidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  5. 5. Cova da Moura
  6. 6. •  Develop policies for urban socio-territorialintervention with the local partners•  Build local capacity and co-responsibility•  Improve the collaboration among partners –from the diagnosis, through the plan of action tothe model of management•  Promote joint solutionsThe ProgramHidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  7. 7. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT- MAOT)GATGroup ofTechnicalSupportGPLGroup of Local PartnersINH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExpertsThe Structure7
  8. 8. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT)GATGroup ofTechnicalSupportGPLGroup of Local PartnersINH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExperts1 liaison GTIMThe Structure73
  9. 9. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT)GATGroup ofTechnicalSupportGPLGroup of Local PartnersINH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExpertsThe Structure
  10. 10. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT)GATGroup ofTechnicalSupportGPLGroup of Local PartnersINH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExpertsThe Structure3726
  11. 11. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT)GATGroup ofTechnicalSupportGPLGroup of Local PartnersINH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExperts738Each 15 days a whole day meetingWith the 3 teams of the GATs1 representative of the GTIMThe Process1 liaison GTIM
  12. 12. GTIMInteministerialWorking Group(SEOT)INH /IRHUNational Instituteof Housing      ConsultingGroupExpertsGPLGroup of LocalPartnersGATGroup ofTechnicalSupportMeetings each 2 or 3 weeksWedenesday afternoonIn a local school The Process26738
  13. 13. Mee9ngs  with  the  GPL  (Group  of  Local  Partners)  Hidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  14. 14. Present Situation / Futures?•  Innovation in planning process followed up by failure in ProjectManagement strategy•  Trust broken – jump from one phase to the other with new teams/coordinators w/out previous phase involvement•  New political cycle halt the program – disruption of theimplementation phaseBack to ground ZERO?Loss of resources: social capital, time & moneybutSocial and intelectual capital created during 2006 is still actively feedingan attempt to find alternative ways to overcome the difficulties!So, the answer is NOHidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  15. 15. Premises: Local communities are Panarchic systemsPanarchy : Nested Complex Adaptive CyclesStructures and processes are linked across scalesthrough interactions between slow and broad and fast and smallstructures or processesThese interactions occur as:top-down (memory)andbottom-up (revolt)MethodologyHidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  16. 16. SnapshotCOVA  DA  MOURA  1.  Local Community Associationscomplement each other (have diferentnetworks) but do not collaborate2.  Only one of them has links to outsideentities3.  Local Parish and Local School are keyplayers showing a higher number ofconnections with diferent levels ofstakeholders4.  The 2 Boroughs have differentnetworks5.  Only one of them is connected to theMunicipality6.  The Municipality is only linked to oneof the local community associationHidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  17. 17. Present Situation / PossibleFutures?•  Thwarted Expectations - Innovation in the planning process wasfollowed by a very limited Project Management strategy•  Trust broken – jump from one phase to the other with new teams/coordinators w/out previous phase involvement•  New political cycle – halts the program with disruption of theimplementation phaseBack to GROUND ZERO ?Loss of resources: social capital, time & moneybutSocial and intelectual capital created during 2006 is still actively feedingan attempt to find alternative ways to overcome the difficulties!The answer is NO (to be verified with the new snapshot)Hidden  opportuni5es  in  (un)privileged  urban  spaces:  the  case  of  the  Cova  da  Moura                    4th  Global  Forum  on  Urbun  Resilience  and  Adapta5on    Lia  Vasconcelos  &  Helena  Farrall                                              Bonn,  2  June  2013      
  18. 18. Foto:  Ana  Mascarenhas  …people and processes matters!To suceed…

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