Posts Tagged ‘cultural competency’
“Silence is Not Consent”: Plantation, Poison and the Politics of Planning for Urban Agriculture in Boston.
Urban agriculture has enjoyed a near meteoric rise in popularity in recent years. Projects began mostly through the grassroots efforts of non-profit organizations, but now urban planners and many city officials are also very interested in its interlinked economic, social, health and environmental benefits.Read More
Cultural competency: Towards culturally inclusive practice.
In my April 2012 blog post Cities of (in)Difference, I quoted Bloomfield and Bianchini (2002) and Sandercock (2003) on their visionary and transformative thoughts about the shift towards interculturalism. Like…Read More
Cities of (in)Difference?
Cities of difference (Fincher and Jacobs 1998) are places where we are “in the presence of otherness” (Sennett 1990 p123) — namely, our increasingly different, diverse, and culturally heterogeneous urban areas. Yet…Read More