We’re pleased to share with you the two articles from the newest edition of LivingMaps Review.
“BAME community assets mapping in England: the evidence gathered by the Ubele Initiative” written by Santa Pedone who has been working for Just Space and the Ubele Initiative. The article describes mapping exercises which were undertaken between 2014 and 2015 as part of the research outcomes of the report A Place To Call Home.
"Stories of Unmappable" written by Marija Senka Biljan who joined us last year for Pandora project staff mobility. The article shows how maps and mapping can be used as a tool in work with communities for creating a dialogue between generational and cultural groups.