TIME TO DECIDE: WHAT IS THE MODEL OF EFFECTIVE PUBLIC HEARINGS?

Date:
01.06.2012
Format:
DISCUSSIONS
Place:
strelka courtyard
Language:
russian

What do you need to do so that the citizens and the professional community could influence the process of urban development? How can public hearings become an integral part of the decision-making process?

During the discussion, Dmitry Narinsky, Alexander Antonov, Tatyana Gudz, Vladmir Kharchenko, and Alexander Lozhkin will aim to develop a model of public hearings.

Subsequently, the model will improved in the course of other Time to Decide events, where participants will talk about specific urban development problems and review possible ways to solve them. The aim of the discussions is to influence the decision-making process and make public hearings an inherent part of urban development.

Panelists:

Dmitry Narinsky, moderator,  leader of the coordination board, Union of City Planners;

Alexander Antonov, chief projects architect, Research and Design Institute of Urban Development, member of ISOCARP;

Tatiana Gudz, deputy director, Bureau of Urban Projects, Perm;

Vladimir Kharchenko, lawer, Lawers for Civil Society;

Alexander Lozhkin, professor, International Academy of Architecture; Bureau of Urban Projects, Perm.