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CoDesRes: Co-designing for rural Resilience through P2P networks and STEAM place-based learning interventions. The CoDesRes researchers are part of SMARTlab UCD  and the Inclusive Design Research Centre of Ireland. 

 

This research project has been funded by the EPA Research Programme 2014- 2020. The EPA Research Programme is a Government of Ireland initiative funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. 

 

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CoDesRes:

CoDesigning for Resilience in rural development through P2P networks and STEAM place-based learning interventions.

 

CoDesRes is one of six national EPA-funded United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Projects. 

 

CoDesRes brings together an interdisciplinary team of artists, scholars, engineers and marine biologists to co-design and co-develop a multi-stakeholder approach for a ‘beyond-compliance’ engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals 4, Education; 11, Sustainable Cities And Communities; 14. Life Below Water and 15, Life On Land.

 

Over two years, the team, in a co-research process with communities on the Iveragh Peninsula, will trial and iterate a unique methodology, the pCr praxis. The pCr praxis  uses innovative systemic methods and long-standing knowledge networks to engage with circular economies, self-organisation and a re-imagining of local possibilities.

 

The methodology originally developed in London, UK; Dublin, Ireland and Taos County, New Mexico builds on twenty-five years of public  arts practice within a range of contexts; live art, community, schools, prisons and theatre with a range of constituents; elders, youth and local residents.