Session 3A: Infrastructure for inclusive cities and communities
Special session, organized and facilitated by Martin de Jong, Erasmus Univ, and Nick Tyler, UCL
Chairs: Martin de Jong, Nick Tyler
- Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko, Adjunct-Professor of Governance of Urban Transitions and Dynamics, Tampere University, Finland
- Sara Adhitya, urban designer and research associate, UCL, UK
- Daan Schraven, assistant professor in Economics of Civil Infrastructures, TU Delft, the Netherlands
- Zhaowen Liu, PhD candidate (Inclusiveness of Infrastructures), TU Delft, the Netherlands
Inclusion has evolved into a very important concept in policy and decision making, also in the field of urban and infrastructure development. However, as a concept it is both elusive and multi-dimensional. In his keynote speech earlier this day Professor Martin de Jong explored what an inclusive city may look like and what aspects and tradeoffs are involved in it. In this panel session he will moderate a panel and discussion session in which five experts will clarify what inclusion means for the infrastructure type they are expert in (a.o. digital platforms, waste infrastructures, road facilities etc.).