WHAT IS IT
WHO IS IT
It is is collaboratively implemented project developed by NTUA (coordinator), UCY, Commonspace, AESOP and Noumena.
InPlanEd aims to develop, pilot and assess innovative educational methods, tools and material towards integrated planning approaches that holistically take into account urban planning, mobility planning, participatory planning and evidence-based planning.
Integrated planning approaches for analysing and planning the urban space are not only useful but prerequisite for tackling the contemporary challenges of climate change while creating functional, human-oriented, as well as aesthetically pleasing and inclusive places.
However, most planning courses are usually monothematic, focusing on specific attributes of each field. For instance, urban planning is taught differently and separately from transport planning, while participatory planning and evidence-based planning approaches, are often entirely neglected from the curriculum of planning related schools. Therefore, the limited presence of these four complementary approaches under a collaborative, intercultural educational structure is the main challenge that InPlanEd aims to address.