The project pretends to develop and evaluate teaching participatory methodologies through which the transversal and specific incorporation of the Agenda 2030 goals for the sustainable development in the urban studies field, in a COVID context, focalising attention in three of them: those relating to quality education, gender and cities.
The project intends to systematise methodologies which have been put into practice in different subjects, and several previous projects, referred to public spaces. The focus will be on how to develop learning related to changes in the use of such spaces in the current context of the pandemic, especially with regard to vulnerable areas in different Latin American cities. The fact that the project involves the participation of teachers and researchers from different cities, including Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Sao Paulo, who are experts in the study of cities and vulnerability, will make this objective possible. The aim is to support the proposals on participatory learning in a national and international comparison of the methodologies put into practice in different universities. It is intended that the students involved, working in groups, will be able to systematise the results in different formats, including audiovisual format. The aim is to draw up a proposal on how the study has resulted more interesting and formative for us in this regard, also developing initiatives for intervention, in accordance with the SDGs, and, more specifically, taking into account the gender perspective and the objective of achieving inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable public spaces. The task of the teaching, administrative and service staff and the researchers will be to stimulate and guide, promoting with their collaboration the composition of reflective, proactive, critical and collaborative learning communities.