Co-Operative

Embassy Lab Co-Operative is a one-day program for the Berlin visit of the Dutch Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Prof. Dr. Ronald Plasterk, February 23rd 2015.

Next to his meeting with the German Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Barbara Hendricks, Minister Prof. Dr. Ronald Plasterk visited Berlin urban initiatives, cooperatives and participation movements to discuss them the potential of urban co creation.

Discussions & Visits Embassy Lab Co-Operative @ Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Berlin, 23 February 2015

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European Urban Agenda 2016

European Urban Agenda 2016 is the plan for closer cooperation between European, national and regional governments, so that cities can innovate with less hurdles.

Community

Curators

Prof. Elizabeth Sikiaridi and Prof. Frans Vogelaar of Hybrid Space Lab curate the program, together with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin.

Opening

Ronald Plasterk, Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Netherlands

Participants

Mark Frequin, Director-General for Housing and Building, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Netherlands
Bernice den Brok, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Netherlands
Tim Altenburg, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Netherlands
Tijs Manten, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Netherlands
Frank Mollen, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin
Sanne Westra, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin and Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
Floris Beemster, Amsterdam Municipality
Dr. Philipp Bouteiller, CEO Urban Tech Republic, Tegel Airport
Angelika Drescher, Spreefeld Housing Cooperative,  project initiator, Spreefeld housing cooperative
Ursula Renker, Tempelhof Airport, ¬†Berlin Municipality, Head of the working Unit “Design and Planning of Public Green”
Tilmann Heuser, Berlin Municipality, coordinator of the development and realization of the Tempelhofer Field participation process
Gerhard Steindorf, CEO of Tempelhof Projekt GmbH, Berlin
Christoph Schmidt,¬†CEO of¬†Gr√ľn Berlin GmbH
Frank Sadina,¬†Gr√ľn Berlin GmbH
Kristof Laser, Berlin Municipality, Housing Department

Berlin’s City Makers input to the European Urban Agenda 2016

Embassy Lab is a prototype for experimenting with future functions of embassies in the current age of EUization, globalization and digitalization.

Embassy Lab Co-Operative is developed by Hybrid Space Lab together with the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands Embassy in Berlin and Kingdom of The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague.

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