Discover the new transversal publications of Les Ateliers, looking back on the african workshops
In twenty workshops and fifteen years, Les Ateliers has forged an important network of practitioners, local authorities, and territories in Africa. Approximately 350 participants from the continent and around the world, 400 members of international jury members and even more officials and associated local experts took part in these initiatives. They roamed the cities of ten countries, drawing plans and sketches on hundreds of meters of paper, and offered innovative and collective solutions to the identified urban challenges.
To revisit these original exercises, the association has been glad to prepare with the help of that formidable network, a collection of publications called “15 years of presence and experiences in African cities”. Prepared for the Africa-France Summit, originally scheduled for June 2020 and postponed to summer 2021, they bring together "looks" on those workshops that have been done so far in Africa, and free contributions around a theme.
The 4 themes are as follows:
› Land and right to the city
› Governance and institutions
› Mobility and transport (to be published in english)
› Cultures and city life
The two first booklets are available, thanks to their editor-in-chief Christophe Bayle (Land and right to the city) and Vincent Bourjaillat (Governance and institutions), and to all the members of Les Ateliers network who contributed to this publication.