Milota Sidorova is a professional moving within interdisciplinary aspects of city and urban planning. From 2011-2015 she served as a coordinator for reSITE. In 2013, she was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study urbanism in New York City. In 2014, she finished doctoral studies in landscape architecture on the topic: Catalytic impacts of markets on public spaces. Since 2012, she has been mapping actors in the non-governmental sector engaged with public space in Bratislava and Prague. In 2015, she founded the initiative Zeny prazskeho verejneho priestoru, a network promoting active women in architecture, urban planning and development of community life. Milota also lectures at various universities and institutions across Central Europe. Her focus often lies on communication, facilitation, coordination, the role of culture in urban development, sector blending; with particular interest on empowering the non-governmental sector and civic initiatives in the field of urban development.
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