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What is meaningful collaboration? Reflections from work on food systems and urban regeneration

Conference contribution
Authors Warren Smit
Per-Arne Nilsson
Joakim Nordqvist
Monika Månsson
Gunilla Almered Olsson
Mirek Dymitrow
Charlotte Spring
Gareth Haysom
Kerstin Hemström
Published in 4th Mistra Urban Futures Annual International Conference: “Lessons, Impacts and Outcomes”, Cutler’s Hall, 14–18 October 2019, Sheffield, UK
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Economy and Society, Unit for Human Geography
School of Global Studies
Mistra Urban Futures
Language en
Keywords transdisciplinary co-production, academia, policy making, food systems, urban regeneration
Subject categories Social Sciences Interdisciplinary, Food Science, Human ecology, Human Geography


The workshop draws on experiences from two recent Mistra-supported collaboration and co-production projects. The workshop is made up of three aligned components. The first session aligns with a general understanding of co-production, that of the collaboration between academics and policy makers in the pursuit of sustainable neighbourhood development. The second area of work investigates co-production between academics from different contexts and regions. These two sessions raise interesting questions about process, power, voice, values, disciplinary positions, immediacy and contextual dynamics. These questions are opened up to wider discussion with the audience through an interactive final session.

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