Module 3_S1 Inclusion par Herve KONE et Sarah LECOURT  - MOOC Fabrique urbaine collective Non répertoriée

Inclusion by Herve Koné and Sarah Lecourt

In this podcast, Hervé Koné presents how inclusion and people with disabilities were taken into account within the Ouagadougou Urban Nursery project.

Hervé KONÉ holds a Master's degree from the University of Montpellier III in Territorial Management and Local Development, and has worked on a number of development projects and programmes in Burkina Faso and the West African sub-region. He has 26 years' professional experience, including 12 in an urban environment with several municipalities in Burkina Faso. Since November 2018, he has joined GRET Burkina as PUO Project Manager (Pépinière Urbaine de Ouagadougou).

Sarah LECOURT trained as an urban planner and is a graduate of Sciences Po and ENS Rennes. She is interested in issues relating to the right to the city and the co-production of cities. In the various projects she leads, she is driven by the desire to put users and residents at the heart of the planning, design and management of cities, in conjunction with other stakeholders such as public authorities and private players. She joined GRET Senegal in 2020 and is currently in charge of urban projects.

MOOC Collective urban factory - Supporting multi-stakeholder collaborations, inspiring new ways of making cities The online course "The collective urban factory" explores the potential and challenges of urban co-production. Using concrete examples, the MOOC looks at the possible relationships between public and private action, formal and informal, at every decision-making stage, from the design to the management of the urban environment. Aiming to explore new collaborative ways of doing things, it is made up of five modules, aimed at all urban practitioners and technicians wishing to open up to new methods and approaches to social and institutional intermediation.

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