Ingrid Mulder about ‘Empowering People to Create Social Change’ on Impact Boom

08 March 2017 by Communication

In the 15th episode of Impact Boom's podcast, Ingrid Mulder of the faculty of IDE shares her experience in participatory city making projects and academia, the shift in tertiary education, and the importance of empowering citizens to engage in dialogue and impact projects.

Recently Impact Boom’s Tom Allen came to Delft for a tour around the faculty of IDE and an interview with Ingrid Mulder. In particular, to learn from her recent projects Open4Citizens and Participatory City Making. The Horizon2020 CAPS project Open4Citizens aims at empowering citizens to make meaningful use of open data. The STW ‘Research through Design’ project Participatory City Making considers the collaborative construction of new visions through small-scale experimenting as a way of triggering a process of broader change and transformation.

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