Last month’s conference brought together a great mix of people concerned about the issue of air quality. Presentations from speakers on the day can be found below and further details from the event will be published shortly.Read More»
Concerned communities, and organisations that work with them, including councils, academics, and public health bodies are invited to a conference being run by Mapping for Change on the 17th April at UCL.Read More»
Late January saw members of the MfC team travel to Udine to participate in a series of seminars under the Active Citizenship in Social Housing (ACts) project, funded by the Grundtvig Life Long Learning Programme. Over the course of 3 days visits were made to communities in the area and a number of presentations covering a diverse range of perspectives were shared. Several interesting issues surrounding citizenship and social space were raised for discussion:Read More»
Looking back to some photos of Thamesmead, we realized we did not post about the last Mapping Thamesmead for Change session, which happened on Friday 4th May.
This time, thanks to the Thamesmere Leisure Centre, which provided us with a space that afternoon and big thanks to Ms Averil Lekau, a Thamesmead resident who took us on a tour around some remarkable places, our day was very productive. Have a look to some of our pictures below.
Mapping4Change @ #LCCS2
2nd London Citizen Cyberscience Summit
Mapping for Change facilitated the Justice in the Green event last Saturday at the Homerton Library. Members of the community surrounding Hackney Marshes, local project partners and organisations interested in how changes in Hackney are affecting the use of the Marshes and surrounding green spaces participated in the activities.Read More»