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R&D projects of the Smart Region Strategy, supported by the Walloon government and Digital Wallonia

Citizens consultation, The FeelGood Toolbox


  • Supporting cities in citizen consultation for the objectification of well-being in intelligent territories treated

The workshop is primarily aimed at citizens, and is intended for groups wishing to identify the priority dimensions of well-being, as perceived in relation to the local specificities of a targeted territory. The workshop can however be extended to other communities (representatives; companies; various communities...).
Built on the basis of the well-being indicators of the IWEPS, the Walloon Institute for Evaluation, Forecasting and Statistics, this Feel Good Toolkit also facilitates the identification of priority "smart" projects, enables stakeholders to identify any obstacles associated with new technologies and to collectively establish a diagnosis of the current local situation. Its formula, designed for a minimum of 120 minutes, can also be completed with collaborative/co-design work on a particular smart sub-theme.
This Feel Good Toolkit allows local actors to go beyond an exclusively techno-centric vision of the "Smart City" and aims to enrich "smart" projects with a dimension related to the good life and well-being in urban or rural environments.
The Feel Good Toolkit is the result of a collaboration between LUCID-ULiège (Catherine Elsen, Clémentine Schelings) and WeLL in the framework of the ERDF Wal-e-Cities project. It was built and tested in an iterative way during 3 citizen workshops organised successively in Juprelle, Arlon and Aubange.
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