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TU Berlin Alumni Workshop SOLANO TRINIDADE, Brazil

The Alumni Workshop took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and aimed at pooling the expertise of the participants on complex problems such as planetary urbanisation, vulnerability, climate change, and food security. It combined their knowledge and networks by activating transdisciplinary networks and discussing strategic solutions for sustainable and resilient transformations in urban space. 

The context of this Alumni Workshop was the self-organized occupation of Solano Trindade in Duque de Caxias in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro. The workshop aimed at making a supportive contribution to the promotion of cooperation between scientists, influencers, decision-makers, students and civil society for the development of innovative social technologies and the testing of collaborative forms of working and producing urban spaces. The main focus was a collaborative on-site workshop in Solano Trindade that included the interactive participation of the alumni, lecturers, students, residents and the locally active cooperatives.

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CLIENT
Movimento Nacional de Luta por Moradia (MNLM)
The dwellers of the occupation Solano Trindade in Duque de Caxias
COLLABORATING ORGANISATIONS
Project Implementation, TeachingBrandenburgische Technische Universit├Ąt Cottbus-Senftenberg
Project Implementation, TeachingChair of Sustainable development and urban regeneration, TU Berlin
Project Implementation, TeachingUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
COLLABORATORS
M.Sc. Natacha Quintero (Teacher/Educator)Dipl.-Ing. Toni Karge (Teacher/Educator)Fernanda Petrus (Local Expert)Manuel Meyer (Local Expert)Dr Juliana Canedo (Local Teacher/Educator)Kathrin Wieck (Teacher/Educator)
FINANCING
DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service
Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
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TECHNICAL FACTS

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Material3500
PERIODS
Project Start:2019
Year of Completion:2019
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