IcARUS Webinars Session 2 – How can the Design Thinking methodology contribute to a more strategic approach to urban security?

During this session, representatives of the partner cities of the project (Rotterdam, Lisbon, Nice, Stuttgart, Riga and Torino) will share their case-study and exchange with the expert Prof Kees Dorst, TD School, University of Technology Sydney, on the following questions:

  • What is the Design Thinking methodology and how can it be used in urban security policies?
  • How can this approach reframe urban security policy issues? How can it generate and test new solutions to old and emerging problems?
  • How can Design Thinking improve the participation of citizens in urban security measures?
  • What does Design Thinking look like in practice? Case studies and concrete examples of Design Thinking implementation in urban security

The 2nd session of IcARUS web conferences ‘How can the Design Thinking methodology contribute to a more strategic approach to urban security?’ will take place on the 28th of February at 10:00 (CET).

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