«UREHERIT. Architects for heritage in Ukraine: recreating identity and memory» conference
On 13th of October 2023 a conference «UREHERIT. Architects for heritage in Ukraine: recreating identity and memory» will take place in Lviv, Ukraine (Bank Hotel, Lviv, Lystopadovoho Chynu St., 8).
All the program activities will be presented by Consortium partners, also calls for applications of Ukrainian participants will be launched during the conference.
Public participation handbook presentation
"The public participation handbook of urban planning" was created by participatory team of the Ro3kvit urban coalition in response to the growing need of involving the community in the post-war recovery of Ukraine. The handbook contains basic information about the principles of participation, its processes, advantages of participatory planning, examples of participatory planning in the world, as well as inspiring successful cases from Ukraine.
Module 3 of the Capacity Building Programme for Reconstruction of Ukraine
We invite community representatives to join Module 3 of the webinar series on reconstruction in Ukraine offered by the European Commission! The course was developed by the European Commission together with Ukrainian professionals for Ukrainian municipalities who will be involved in the reconstruction process.
Module 2 of the Capacity Building Programme for Reconstruction of Ukraine: Circular Economy and Energy Efficiency
We invite community representatives to join Module 2 of the webinar series on reconstruction in Ukraine offered by the European Commission! The course was developed by the European Commission together with Ukrainian professionals for Ukrainian municipalities who will be involved in the reconstruction process.
Rebuilding a Place to Call Home: Presentation of the Report
The bilingual report includes state-of-the-art knowledge of housing and land policy in Ukraine, and relevant approaches from all over Europe as well as an extensive set of recommendations to drive housing reform. It also calls on policymakers in Ukraine, partner countries, and international organisations to give strategic attention to safe, affordable, and energy-efficient housing in future recovery efforts.
Lecture 14: Heritage and Planning in Post-War Redevelopment
It is an especially difficult and controversial question what to preserve and what to let go when reconstructing a war torn area. Dóra Mérai and Loes Veldpaus promote an integrated approach to heritage conservation and planning that focuses on the management of built environment as inherited from the past and being developed for the future.
Lecture 13: Strategies for the comprehensive transformation of soviet housing construction
In this lecture, we will look at the problem of comprehensive renovation of Soviet-era mass housing construction on the example of Lithuania, where the processes are too slow, and the results often do not bring significant qualitative changes, and young families continue to move to the suburbs. Isn't it paradoxical that once a five-story apartment building could be built in a couple of weeks, and now, even with the use of all the latest technologies, it takes about a year to renovate?
Lecture #12 on Housing Urgency in Ukraine
Philipp Meuser (Germany-Ukraine) and Nataliia Mysak (Ukraine-Switzerland) will present their typological research of the housing system in Ukraine and their findings about the immediate response to the housing crisis that emerged during the first months of the full-scale invasion.
Lecture #11 on Circular Construction in Ukraine
This lecture deals with the current framework conditions and existing country-specific potentials for circular construction in Ukraine. It will address the current legislation on circularity, introduce various material resources and highlight construction techniques for low-carbon construction in Ukraine.
Lecture #10 on New European Bauhaus
New European Bauhaus: building sustainable future jointly with the EUWhat is the New European Bauhaus and how does this initiative help implement the European Green Deal? NEB values and principles. Collaboration with NEB: How organizations, companies and citizens can work jointly on common issues?
Discussion "Strategy of change: new roles and new partnerships for Ukraine’s recovery"
Panel discussion on the cooperation of civil society, business, government, and international partners in post-war reconstruction and instruments to support the participation of the local communities in rebuilding initiatives