At the core of our philosophy of collaborative urbanism lies the idea that cities are vibrant, equitable, and liveable when they are democratized—shaped for the people, by the people. We believe that a shared dialogue is a foremost step towards addressing common challenges faced by people across societies and cultures. Hence, people from all walks of life must partake a significant stake in the said dialogue and eventually arrive at sustainable solutions to the current urban challenges, through a collective spirit.
We foresee the Urban Dialogue Initiative as a platform to tell unique stories of our cities. The initiative includes a blog for people and organizations to collaboratively write with us on pressing urban issues.
We make constant efforts to reaching out to people, in a bid to sensitize them towards our objectives and forge interdisciplinary alliances to have conversations and collective action around various urban issues and aspirations.
We are focussed on working on the multi-faceted fronts to extend our outreach, and the agenda includes research and urban design projects and community-based development initiatives.
In our pursuit of equitable, liveable, and vibrant urban growth, our mission is to empower the people to know and change the policies, practices, and institutions that impact their lives.
We envision a bottom-up approach to building our cities where people are capacitated to influence and inform the decision-making process by finding voices around issues that impact their lives.
C.R.Park Participatory Public Space Reimagining
Trust for Regeneration of Indian Settlements and Multilogue Collective had come together to organise a Participatory Public Space Design Competition for C.R.Park Green Community Initiative. Supported by area MLA, Shri Saurabh Bharadwaj, the competition aims to encourage young minds to reimagine Public Space around Market Nos 1 and 2 of Chittaranjan Park, New Delhi. Best ideas would be published and felicitated by our elected representatives in a public function. Winning individuals or teams would get the opportunity to get involved during implementation.