Our world changes continuously with multiple processes of transformation. These processes (human- and non-human-driven) operate at various scales and they move in divergent directions. Any process of transformation affects different layers of society in disparate ways. Some groups benefit less and some others suffer more, in ways that often take away the opportunities individual or groups might have to pursue their own desires for change. However, in well-designed processes of collectively desired transformations, the aspirations of diverse actors can help determine the paths for change, and hence, the risks and negative impacts can be minimized on fragile communities and environments.
This is a personal website of Prathiwi Widyatmi Putri. Her work has been centered on understanding transformation to inform spatial development practices. Her interest in societal transformation is especially, in relation to collective action, based on state-citizenship engagement, urban planning and governance, water sanitation needs and provisions, with attention to the role of technology, infrastructure and social innovation.
River Basin Visioning
Stormwater Management Planning
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