By Andrea Couvert The Bo-Kaap struggle has reached the media. We have seen the national and local police acting directly against the citizens to defend the speculators’ private interest, and we have seen developers use private security companies not only
The Woodstock Residents’ Association and the Salt River Residents’ Association proposes the creation of a Neighbourhood Innovation Labs. The NIL would be a neighbourhood-based partnership with the City of Cape Town to: co-design activities and explore possible solution for Woodstock
The association “Friends of Thandolwethu” was formed as a vehicle to support a dream: assist members of the local community in setting up and running the Thandolwethu Early Childhood Development Centre in Samora Machel township, on the outskirts of Cape
By Andrea Couvert The following text is my speech at the seminar “The City as a Democratic Common” Saturday – 27 October 2018 Few days ago I attended to a conference where Tracy Ledger, a consultant specialising in local economic
The City as a Democratic Common Saturday 27 October 2018 10am to 4pm Observatory Community Centre Rawson St, Observatory, Cape Town The event is free RSVP at email@example.com by the 24October In 2017, the Civic Action for Public Participation (CAPP)
PILOT PROJECT: DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING SERVICE DELIVERY IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AT DOORNBACH, CAPE TOWN This phase was started with considerable delay due: Delays in the production bin prototypes (in Gauteng) and delivery of the same to Cape Town;
Liwa Primary School: Workshop with Teachers preparing materials for their school new website and defining its structure.
Liwa Primary School: Workshop with learners-journalists preparing materials for their school new website.
By Andrea Couvert Five short videos, a visual story-telling of the “Mamas 8.0” computer workshop for the Women’s Network group of Philippi, Cape Town. During the 5 days full-time course the participants learnt how to use Gmail, Google Search, Blogger