Partnering for transformative change: a virtual classroom for democratic landscape planning and design
Published at: 27 February 2018
The Landscape Education for Democracy (LED) team is proud to open the registration for the 2018 Landscape Education for Democracy online seminar, scheduled for March 28, 2018. The LED project has started its final year. To date, the course has seen the participation of 100 students from around the world.
More information on the seminar can be found via this link: http://www.led-project.org.
The LED – Landscape Education for Democracy educational programme has been conceived by a five-university consortium and funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union as a collaborative, digital classroom that engages students in a cross-disciplinary, transcultural exploration of the theories, methods and practices for the implementation of landscape democracy.
The programme features two course offerings: an online seminar available to a global community of students and young professionals in environmental design and on-site intensive summer programmes where a selected group of online students spend 10 days to partner with communities around Europe to envision democratic landscape change scenarios.