Collective residencies / Feeling-thinking  to  weave  global  justice  / Olot


From Tuesday, 19 April 2022 to Friday, 29 April 2022

Urban Planner at Col·lectiu Punt 6
Barcelona (Catalunya)


Sara Ortiz Escalante is a feminist activist and urban planner. Sara received a PhD in Planning by the University of British Columbia with the dissertation "Planning the everyday/everynight: a feminist participatory action research with women nightshift workers". Sara is a member of Col·lectiu Punt 6, a coop of sociologists, planners and architects based in Barcelona working applying an intersectional feminist perspective in urban planning. Col·lectiu Punt 6 has more than 15 years of experience working nationally and internationally. They develop urban planning and architecture projects, participatory processes, capacity building, teaching and research. In November 2019, they published "Urbanismo Feminista. Por una Transformación Radical de los Espacios de Vida", Virus Editorial. They have published multiple materials and guides to apply a feminist perspective in different aspects of design and planning.


Andrea, Magda, Ana Elia and I will meet to feel-reflect and dialogue about the most relevant knowledges we have accumulated through our personal, academic and professional lives. Using a social justice framework, we will value the contextual differences as well as the common challenges. We will dialogue using an intersectional, multiparadigm and interdisciplinary perspective, which will be incorporated in the article.
We will also organize in Olot spaces of co-creation of experiences to feel-reflect around social justice with groups that have been historically invisible: feminist organizations, BIPOC and LGBTQ groups.

Notícies, articles i activitats

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