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Timea Szőke

Urban practitioner and researcher focused on cultural heritage and sustainable urban communities. A PhD Fellow at the International University of Catalonia in Barcelona, she studies community resilience and wellbeing connected to the built environment. As a community leader for Placemaking in the Bosch Alumni Network, she connects global professionals. Formerly, she directed the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre and led the award-winning Budapest100 festival, promoting built heritage through community engagement.

Takes part in the Thematic track 4: INCLUSION: Creative industries and inclusion of people with special needs in historic residential areas

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