Diarios del Tercer Acuerdo: Diseñando nuestro territorio por medio del cuidado y la apertura a nuevos mundos

Translated title of the contribution: Diaries of The Third Agreement: Designing our territory through care and opening to new worlds

Daniel Lopera Molano (Editor), Tony Fry, Mesa Técnica Cafetera, Alfredo Gutiérrez Borrero, Fernándo Álvarez, Hernán López Garay

Research output: Book/ReportBookpeer-review

Abstract

This book is a memory of a lived process of participatory design with coffee communities in Gaitania, Tolima. It is the collection of several voices from a pedagogical project with ex-combatants, Nasa Wes'x indigenous and coffee leaders for the design of a collective coffee brand as a symbol of reconciliation and local peace building. It's about a valuable path of methodological exercises and reflections aroused by a group of students from the Design Program of the University of Ibagué who participated in this process. Students, supported by their teachers and different communities stakeholders in the territory, collected this material as a memory of the emergence of the special coffee collective brand named The Third Agreement.
Accompanying this report are a series of reflections and comments on dynamic peace-building processes and the relevance of Design transitional practice. All those committed to design constant possibilities for peace in the territories, will find in this, sources of inspiration and references of pedagogical exercises grounded in the territory.
Translated title of the contributionDiaries of The Third Agreement: Designing our territory through care and opening to new worlds
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Place of PublicationIbagué
PublisherEditorial Universidad de Ibagué
Number of pages142
ISBN (Electronic)978-958-754-331-5
DOIs
StatePublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Design
  • Autonomy
  • Peace dialogues
  • Peace process
  • Armed conflict

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