How do we design for direct action?

This year Landscape Architecture and Urbanism students at Greenwich will be focused on design projects that facilitate direct action. Disruptive ecologies: designing for direct action to confront environmental crises and urban inequities is a project aiming to reimagine objects, spaces and infrastructures that augment the capacity of direct action to make change, highlighting the political role of design in society and the agency of designers … Continue reading How do we design for direct action?

Trenton wins appeal to remain in the UK

In April 2012 Trenton Oldfield stepped into the Thames to protest at elitism in British society. His protest in the public space of the river Thames disrupted the 158th annual university boat race. He was duly arrested, imprisoned and was due to be deported back to Australia. Today he won his appeal against the ruling by the home secretary, Theresa May, who claimed that he was “not conducive to … Continue reading Trenton wins appeal to remain in the UK