The project will take place in Jedlikova dormitory of Technical University of Kosice.
1: Mapping of communities that use the area. Data will be gathered on structure (gender, age, social background), patterns of space usage and communities’ needs.
2: Project partners will develop plan and program for workshops for citizens and refugees based on co-creation, gamification, and peer-to-peer sharing.
3: 4 one-day facilitated workshops for local residents, refugees, students, external local artists will take place. During intensive co-creation process, the needs will be elaborated into space-intervention ideas, developed into prototypes and structured as public presentations.
4: Four most supported community interventions will be defined as urban challenges and developed into business-ready prototypes during one-day hackathon. The prototyped solutions will be presented to the city administration and local community, that will vote for the winner, to be provided with Prize finance.
5: Series of 4 meetups in the area of dormitory will be held, informing the community about values and principles of New European Bauhaus.
6: Policy recommendations for a participatory city policy that uses urban planning for integration of excluded communities will be published. Together with the methodology introduced, the study will represent a guideline for a replicable model across Europe.