Cycle "Health & Territories" - Thursday October 4 2018 - Maison de l'Architecture en Ile De France
Thursday, October 4, 2018 took place at the Maison de l'Architecture our first INTAKAWA of the autumn, dedicated to the theme of links between territories and health. Our great witness for this meeting, the deputy mayor for health of the City of Saint Denis (near Paris) Elizabeth Belin, took part in a debate on local health practices and told us about the challenges she faces as an elected representative in both urban planning and health, particularly because of the high levels of pollution recorded north of Paris.
We had associated with this meeting several issues:
- Propose new solutions by involving local actors and inhabitants
- Find the right distance that links territories, health and well-being
- Engage the private sector in a new health culture in the territories
Conclusions & Photos
This first testimony was followed by a rich exchange of contributions from the room. &Nbsp; Many participants also showed their interest for the rest of the project by proposing to contribute to it or asking to be kept informed of the results, advanced and forthcoming appointments.
This participation is all the more important as these exchanges will serve as a framework for launching an application program to engage the territories in a new culture of health. As a result of the debate was presented the project Territories pilot health by Marie Chabrol, director-founder of Urbapilot.
"Inhabitant, Health, Urbanism" - Tuesday 06 November 2018 from 08h30 to 10h00:
Restitution of the research "Design with the inhabitants neighborhoods beneficial to health and well-being" for Leroy Merlin Source by Marie Chabrol.
INTAKAWA 03: Thursday, December 13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 10:00 am
These next meetings will also take place at the Paris Architecture House:
Maison de l'Architecture, Couvent des Récollets, 148, rue du Faubourg Saint Martin, Paris.
It is mandatory to register with the INTA Secretariat before participating.
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