We believe that everyone deserves a safe, decent and aesthetic built environment, key component for sustainable, resilient communities and inhabited world.
We promote equity, inclusion, and social development through our ideas, projects, initiatives, programs and trainings.
Fus-ha, an initiative led by Sara Islam, co-founder of Mazj, and Insaf ben Othmane Hamrouni, co-founder of Œcumene Spaces For Dignity, is a community urban lab where creatives, residents, and city actors converge. Through design and art, Fus-ha aims to rediscover, reimagine, and reshape a co-produced vibrant and harmonious urban habitat in Khobar. At its core, the project places community participation as its guiding principle, recognizing the crucial role every person in our community plays in crafting a sustainable and thriving cityscape. Fus-ha provides a platform for artists, designers, and community members to collaborate and co-create innovative approaches.
Cartographie de projets participatifs en Afrique et dans le monde – Participatory projects mapping in Africa
El-houma khir aims to make public spaces in Tunisia more inclusive. It embrace placemaking through a series of workshops at the Medina of Tunis with a number of local partners offering the opportunity to the local community and in particular the youth to think and design their spaces in order to make them more inclusive
Social media sensing has been widely employed in business, social sciences, and it is now being expanded to disciplines concerned with the built environment. In TPSSMSP, this method is used to investigate local community opinions on public spaces and public space initiatives in Tataouine, Tunisia.
According to Pierre Nora: “Places of memory are first and foremost leftovers. The extreme form in which a commemorative consciousness subsists in a story that calls for it, because it ignores it. (…) He also says “a place of memory in every sense of the word goes from the most material and concrete object, possibly geographically located, to the most abstract and intellectually constructed object
“En Afrique, comme dans le monde, la ville ne peut plus se faire sans les habitants, les usagers, les acteurs économiques, associatifs, experts, opérationnels, et ce, à tous les stades du projet (de sa conception à sa mise en œuvre). Si les expérimentations entre acteurs s’inventent et se multiplient en Afrique, la reconfiguration des rôles de chacun implique de nouveaux modes de faire ; « Faire avec » mais surtout « Faire ensemble » pour « Faire autrement ».
The project is about building bridges between Al Mina archaeological site in Tyre – Lebanon and the surrounding neighbourhoods by ‘stitching’ them together through artistic interventions by, for and with the local community.
This map is a crowdsourcing map for Green certification projects across Africa (blue labels) and initiatives relating to construction materials (orange labels). The map identifies projects registered or accredited under non-African and African energy labels.
SIWI aims to bring the local community, local NGOs together with the City Council, governmental and Academic bodies, researchers and experts striving to work on raising awareness, safeguarding of the oasis’s Architectural heritage.
The Placemaking MENA PLATFORM connects people and initiatives from the Middle East & North Africa countries and territories of common history, culture and human transformations that requestion, reshape the trending Placemaking concept to improve and activate public spaces. We gather partners such as professionals, practitioners, activists, municipalities, and organizations for open debate and critical thinking process.
Eco’Logic_CAP – INJUSTICE CLIMATIQUE / JUSTICE CLIMATIQUE – Initiated and implemented by Collectif Créatif Tunisia – Mentorship of community arts projects.
Discover the power of women leaders in Africa through our crowd mapping initiative. Join us in fostering connections and empowering these impactful women as we highlight their remarkable work, creating a network of strength and inspiration across the continent : Made with believe in Gender Justice
ArchitectureForChange .// At the margin of the discipline; is a collective platform offering series of workshops, seminars that aim to foster knowledge exchange and to track innovations, different practices in the field of Architecture and in particular in the Middle East and Africa.
Dari project aims to design and build a safe and child-friendly environment in two Orphanage houses in the district of Shoubra through encouraging the children and the staff to participate within the project process in improving their surrounding environments in which they live and interact.
Lelkol is an online incubation Workshop for Place-making projects initiated with PLACEMAKINGMENAPlatform. Projects are initiated by community members, organisations and placemakers.
Inclusiveness and appropriation of public space by young people through urban agriculture in Tunisia.
Design and Build Cost-effective housing units for vulnerable women in particular widows and single mothers, in Uganda.
A centre to empower women for resilience and sustainability is a multifunctional self-organised empowerment and innovation centre in design, and construction for, with and by all Women and Girls in Uganda.
We had the immense pleasure of being part of the project Eco’Logic_CAP – CLIMATE INJUSTICE / CLIMATE JUSTICE, which we co-built and co-designed with the community. The project involved exploring human issues related to climate change through art and design.
We encourage you to follow the projects of @collectifcréatif Tunisia and the artists whose work will continue, aiming to further co-construct an advocacy for climate justice.
*Eco’Logic CAP is a program of the Collectif Créatif Tunis, supported by Hivos through the #VCA (Voices for Climate Action) alliance.