Creativity and design to articulate difference in the conflicted city: Collective intelligence in Bogota’s grassroots organisations
Parra-Agudelo, Leonardo, Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong, Foth, Marcus, & Estrada, Carlos (2017) Creativity and design to articulate difference in the conflicted city: Collective intelligence in Bogota’s grassroots organisations. AI & Society. (In Press)
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This paper presents a critical reflection on insights into the ongoing endeavours for community engagement by Ayara and MAL; two urban grassroots organisations in Bogota, Colombia, where a long history of internal conflicts has resulted in diverse human rights violations. The paper presents examples of the grassroots organisations’ unique methods of engagement that promotes building collective intelligence from the bottom-up through creative collaboration and design processes, leading to rebuilding social fabrics that support the common good for the people of Bogota.
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