Milagros Hurtig (Argentina, 1990) has extensive experience working in participatory processes for urban regeneration and is a researcher in the field of placemaking, citizen participation and gender-sensitive planning. In Buenos Aires, she has been part of the Urbanismo Vivo collective, focused on the creation of inclusive and active public spaces. Milagros is also co-founder of the collective urban.femina, a platform that explores and researches urban dynamics from a feminist perspective. She has worked as an urban and gender specialist for superwien, an architecture and urban planning office based in Vienna. Milagros holds a degree in architecture from the University of Buenos Aires and a master’s degree in urban studies from the University of Vienna, Vrije University of Brussel, University of Copenhagen, and the Complutense University of Madrid. She is now PhD Candidate for NTNU University (Norwegian Technical and Science University) exploring the challenges governments face to systemically embedded placemaking into city making and concerned on how to improve inclusivity of marginalised groups into these processes. She is curious about the collective process of imagining and co-designing more just and sustainable urban futures for all.
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PhD Candidate, NTNU