Access to public spaces has long been recognised to produce positive health, environmental, economic, and social outcomes for residents who can access them.
In the second of their Build Back Fairer series of events, Active Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire Liveable Streets joined with Pamoja Oxfordshire & African Families in the UK to co-host Building Pamoja: Race & Cultural Inequalities in Oxfordshire’s public space, which featured the voices of local community organisers and Dianne Regisford, an Oxford-based social sculptor and researcher of urban poetics whose work includes specific focus on citizen agency in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This online event took place on 21 October 2021. If you missed it, you can read a summary of the event here:
Catch up on the first event in this series:
More about the Build Back Fairer series and upcoming events: