I Expert Workshop: The case of Phenicia. Colombia

On December 4, 2020, this first workshop organized by the UNED was held, through the Series «Expert Workshop: Good practices in the field of public participation».

Juan Felipe Pinilla Pineda, professor at the Universidad de los Andes (Colombia) and urban planning expert, presented the Partial Urban Renewal Plan “Triángulo de Fenicia”, which is being implemented in the city of Bogota.

The Workshop was broadcasted in streaming through the UNED Channel (Available in Spanish):

Greeting and presentation of the guest and the case

In this first block of the activity, the guest introduces himself and presents the case, its context and development, its successes and errors and why it constitutes a “Good practice in the field of public participation”

Divergence phase:
According to the narrative of the case, what are, in your concept and from your perspective, the strengths of the case?
According to the narrative of the case, what are, in your concept and from your perspective, the weaknesses of the case?
In parallel to the construction of the divergence phase, the guest makes a synthesis of the key aspects of the implemented solution

Convergence phase:
According to the narrative of the case, what are, in your concept and from your perspective, the strengths of the proposed or implemented solution?
According to the narrative of the case, what are, in your concept and from your perspective, the weaknesses of the proposed or implemented solution?
What are the key lessons this experience leaves for public participation?

The guest makes his observations (validation) of the “key lessons” and proceeds to the closing of the activity