The Art of Participatory Planning in Colima

A fabulous video on participatory planning from Imagina Colima!

Created by Colin Nekolaichuk, the video features a project by Emma Cohlmeyer. Both Colin and Emma were based in Colima as part of our CIDA IYIP youth internship program.  See the videos below in English and Spanish.

 

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4 Responses to The Art of Participatory Planning in Colima

  1. pricetags says:

    Great – loved the kids (and the music). And found Colima on Google Earth. But where’s the park exactly?

    Gord Price

    • Colin Nekolaichuk says:

      Hi Gord,

      The park doesn’t show up as green space on Google Maps. I’ve sent a screenshot of the park in satellite view to Sharon. You can see the football pitch in the middle. Technology is amazing!

      Cheers,

      Colin

  2. Pingback: SCI Youth Intern Profile #1: Emma Cohlmeyer | Sustainable Cities International blog

  3. ocanada73 says:

    The mayor’s enthusiastic endorsement of the process should help other mayors to understand the effectiveness and political advantages of engaging their citizens in planning their neighbourhood spaces. This is good for everyone!

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