Program

SUNDAY, JUNE 30

🕔17:00-19:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Registration and dinner

🕖19:00-19:30
📍Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Kačićeva 26
Introduction to INURA 2019, Iva Marčetić

🕢19:30-20:30
📍Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Kačićeva 26
Introductory lecture
Disobedient Democracies in the European Semiperiphery, Danijela Dolenec, Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University

MONDAY, JULY 1

🕤9:30-10:00
📍 Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Gathering before the tours

🕙10:00-13:00
Morning tours

1. City between the cathedral and the railway tracks, Tour guide Antun Sevšek
2. City beyond the railway tracks – Trešnjevka (Cherry Town), Tour guide Vanja Radovanović
3. Undefeated city – spaces of repression and resistance during the occupation, Tour guide Josip Jagić
4. How tourism stole our public space – historic city turned tourist haven, Tour guide Katerina Duda
5. How we built and how we live in New Zagreb, Tour guides Dubravka Sekulić and Bojan Krištofić

🕐13:00-14:00
📍 Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Lunch

🕑14:00-17:00
Afternoon tours

6. Forgotten city – ex-industrial sites in the city center waiting for a solution, Tour guide Antonija Komazlić
7. The axes of New Zagreb(s), modern planning strategies and their neoliberal disruptions, Tour guide Antun Sevšek
8. Transport infrastructure of the city, Tour guide Bernard Ivčić
9. Developing the modern city through speculation and social segregation – Zagreb after the fall of Austro-Hungarian empire, Tour guide Tamara Bjadžić Klarin
10. Back to The Holy Spirit: Social Memory and Urban Transformations of the Working-Class Periphery in Zagreb, Tour guide Sanja Horvatinčić

🕔17:00-18:00
📍 Tuškanac Cinema, Tuškanac 1
Dinner

🕕 18:00-20:00
📍 Tuškanac Cinema, Tuškanac 1
Evening panel – Right to Housing
Speakers: Marko Aksentijević (Who Builds the City / KGG, Belgrade), Philipp Klaus (Kraftwerk 1, Zurich), Petra Rodik, (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb), Ulrike Hamman (Kotti&Co, Berlin), Iva Marčetić (Right to the City, Zagreb)
Moderator: Tomislav Tomašević (Institute for Political Ecology, Zagreb)

TUESDAY, JULY 2

🕤9:30-10:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Gathering before the tours

🕙10:00-13:00
Morning tours

11. The magic of public-private partnerships (Part 1) – visit to the Wastewater Treatment Plant, Tour guide Tomislav Tomašević
12. Novi Jelkovec – Zagreb’s social housing model of segregation, Tour guide Jere Kuzmanić
13. Unplanned Zagreb – tour through the margins of the systems that built the city, Tour guide Antonija Komazlić
14. Preparing for gentrification – tour through the Pedestrian center of excellence, Tour guide Iva Marčetić
15. The City is the Factory? Alliances between labor and the Right to the City movement, Tour guide Jelena Miloš

🕐13:00-14:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Lunch

🕑14:00-17:00
Afternoon tours

16. Waste mismanagement and dirty business – visit to the Jakuševec landfill, Tour guide Tomislav Tomašević
17. When Church wants to take your park – grassroots initiatives of Savica and Travno, Tour guide Iva Marčetić
18. Deindustrialized landscape turned financial district, Tour guides Katerina Duda and Matea Grgurinović
19. Fighting for the right to the city – the Iconic Varšavska street fight, Tour guide Teodor Celakoski
20. The magic of public-private partnerships (Part 2) – visit to the Arena Zagreb, Tour guide Tomislav Domes

🕔17:00-18:30
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Dinner

🕖19:00-21:00
📍Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Kačićeva 26
Evening panel: Zagreb Manhattan project
Speakers: Iva Čukić (Ministry of Space, Belgrade), Tihomir Jukić (Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb), Bernard Ivčić (Green Action/Friends of the Earth, Zagreb), Kate Shaw (The University of Melbourne)
Moderators: Iva Marčetić and Vedran Horvat

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3

🕤9:30-10:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Gathering before the tours

🕙10:00-13:00
Morning tours

21. Civic-public partnership Pogon Jedinstvo – the institutional innovation story of Zagreb, Tour guide Marijana Rimanić
22. Democratizing decision-making in city neighborhoods – story of the Trešnjevka neighborhood and the first neighborhood assembly in twenty years, Tour guide, Iva Marčetić
23. Intercultural practices in Zagreb – story of the Dugave neighborhood, Tour guide, Iva Zenzerović

🕐 13:00-14:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Lunch

🕝14:30-17:00
📍Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, Kačićeva 26
Conversations about the tours and closing assembly

🕠17:30-19:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Dinner

🕗 20:00
📍Brvnara, Tratinska 2
Closing Party 🍻🎉

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