Sergio Ruiz Cayuela works in Coventry, UK to create ownership of the Coventry canal and its surroundings with local communities and to celebrate the Coventry Canal from a multicultural perspective as well as to raise awareness of the environmental value of the waterway. Apart from the "Reclaiming the Coventry festival" organized in the summertime, he also recently held an arts workshop with local participants a few weeks ago.
The synthesis report of the SUSPLACE project - edited by prof. Ina Horlings - provides a summary of the SUSPLACE findings for a wide audience, structured by the What, Why and How of sustainable place-shaping. Additionally it includes a description of our joint SUSPLACE learning journey of 15 projects and highlights outputs, such as several videos, a toolkit on creative and arts-based methods and an interactive policy guide on co-creation for practitioners.
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