With a diverse programme on the topics of corona, climate change and how we live together in the city, it asks questions and provides answers – scientifically sound, politically controversial and socially relevant.
A contribution to the chapter Healthy Cities is made by Neurourbanism: Urban Development for Mental Health:
The theses of the Charta of Neurourbanism are exhibited: They represent the results of the interdisciplinary debate and recommendations for urban politicians and all those who shape public life in the city.
Each of the theses is enriched by a concise quotation from a member of the Interdisciplinary Forum Neurourbanism e.V.
The open-air exhibition provides answers to questions that concern us all and inspires people to find out about and discuss fundamental issues. Walk through a fictional city of knowledge until 22 August 2021 – live and free of charge.
You can also view the Charta of Neurourbanism here.
Click here to go to the official website of the Knowledge City Centre.