Demokratisk Borgerinddragelse - En kritisk stillingstagen til borgerinddragelsen i Skt. Kjelds Kvarter

Nicolai Hoffenblad, Johan EB Hansen, Thor Underbjerg, Soffia Steen Snorradóttir, Christopher Jon Andersen & Emilie Falk Barkved

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


The project seeks, through a critique of goal-oriented arearenewal, to examine the citizen involvement process in Skt. Kjelds Kvarter. On the basis of Habermas’ understanding of democracy and Lefebvre’s understanding of the individual’s constitution of the city, the analysis in the project report investigates whether the citizen involvement in Skt. Kjelds Kvarter has a democratic foundation. With this in mind, the area renewal planner must strive to understand and take into account that individuals are different and, through this understanding, create a real opportunity for citizen participation in area renewal. The second part of the project is based on how we, through the medium of film, can create a narrative which can be used as a tool by the planners during the citizen participation process, in order to get closer to the area’s citizens. This part is based on a filmic narrative of two groups of citizens whom we perceive to be marginalized in relation to their participation in the planning of area renewal in their area; namely the youths from Kildevælds School Youth Club and the elderly from Kildevælds Parish Nursing Home. Through an understanding of the two groups’ daily life, the film focuses on how they constitute their daily life and the problems they experience in it.

UddannelserPlan, By og Proces, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato9 jun. 2011
VejledereBo Elling


  • Kristen Simmonsen
  • Borgerinddragelse
  • Byudvikling
  • Københavns Kommune
  • Lefebvre
  • Film
  • Habermas
  • System & Livsverden
  • Tids-Rumlige Rytmer
  • Hverdagslige