On temporary occupations - Communa
In this episode "A Just Radio" elective investigates the beginnings of Communa, and highlights their sites and their just practices in urbanism around Brussels.Communa is a non-profit organization that is committed to a more affordable, more democratic, more resilient and more creative city. While temporary occupation is their main tool, they are also developing other concrete proposals to deal with the commodification of urban spaces.Episode produce by:Angela MahouliAtikarn BamroongvuthAnıl Ege ŞireliEdited by: Rosie Romero
Safe Space Collective - interview with Paul Antoine Lucas and Bùi Quý Sơn
On this episode we explore the role of radio in architecture as a way to challenge and question the profession. We discuss the journey of 'Safe Space Collective' in the making of their podcast series, a platform for social justice that highlighted many underrepresented narratives without polarising its audience. They leave us with good practices and lessons on how to be sensitive with an activist heart. Episode produced by: Rosie RomeroEdited by: Rosie Romero
International Student Interview (Doga Sakıncı)
In this interview, we are welcoming a student from Hasselt University. Doga is explaining to us how her architecture education was in Hasselt, Belgium which is giving a broader perspective on living and studying as a one-year master's student as an international student where most of the students are from local universities and cities.
KU Leuven International Student Interview (Angela Mahouli)
In this interview, we are welcoming a student from the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture. Angela is explaining to us a different perspective of living in Brussels as an architecture student and her experiences about the architectural school's needs, spaces and administrational processes.
International Student Interview (Ipek Duzova)
In this interview, we are welcoming a student from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London. We are talking about how being an international student in an architectural school and the UK. She is explaining to us what is important about and different than her old experiences in a different country. We also discussed more about the needs of the university environment and how it should be.