Commemorating the National Agrarian and Spatial Day (Hantaru 2018 on November 8th, the Urban and Regional Planning Student Association held a campaign. Taking the theme of City 2.0, this campaign revived the role of the youth in the development of urban space. City 2.0 will be described as a city that will pass through the city to come.This event provides aspirations about the city dreamed of in the future.
The campaign was carried out by creating an aspiration board titled “me-reka kota” which was placed in several location, namely the HMTPWK secretariat, BEM KMFT, and KPFT. Anyone was expected to participate in this campaign by describing the desired urban condition in the future. The enthusiasm of students seen from the number of stickers affixed to the board. Various ideas were put on one board that can be an innovation not only for URP student but also other majors in the faculty of engineering UGM. The campaign was also carried out with a live sketch initiated by URP students assisted by several engineering students in KPFT hall.
This series of Hantaru events will be followed by activities initiated by HMTPWK and other organization. It is hoped that the ideas collected in the previous activities can be discussed and have a wider impact in the future.