Walking Debates

The Walking Debates are about much more than obtaining factual information. They are all about meeting the agents forging the agendas of change, the understanding of subjectivities, and the exposure and ability to read different layers of information when one is in an actual and specific site of socio-spatial production.


Walking Debate: NAIROBI

30 November 2016 @ African Soil Seminar


This Walking Debate “Geographies of resisting food insecurity by contemporary urban Africans” visited the informal settlement of Mathare and the Karura Forest as contested sites and explored food and nutrition insecurity from the urban perspective, countering the productionist paradigm.

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Walking Debate: BERLIN

22 May 2017 @ Global Soil Week


Roof Water-Farm and Flussbad Berlin, two projects demonstrating new ways of linking natural resources, urban infrastructures and urban antispaces feed the walking debate on “RETHINKING URBAN SPACE: integrating – commoning – producing”.

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