How to Organise
an Organisation


Within the Actopolis Project, Urban Incubator will develop a capacity- building programme based on generational and non-formal learning methods in order to help young people improve the self-organisational, leading, management and communication skills. The target group consists of young people active in the field of urban development and improvement, working actively with other young people, already running or on the way to establishing a new organization or non-formal group.
In collaboration with City Guerilla.



Take a look behind the scenes: in the LAB, the artists are developing their projects online. Your contributions and comments to the work in progress are welcome!

  • How to Organize an Organization: City Guerilla and Urban Incubator workshops

    4 May 2016 09:32 by ACTOPOLIS

    Marijana Cvetković, moderator, Copyright: Marija Piroški © Goethe-InstitutMarko Pejović, moderator, Copyright: Marija Piroški © Goethe-InstitutWorkshop exercise, Copyright: Marija Piroški © Goethe-InstitutWorkshop exercise, Copyright: Marija Piroški © Goethe-InstitutWorkshop exercise, Copyright: Marija Piroški © Goethe-Institut

    Over the course of two weekends, at the charming workspace in Kraljevića Marka 8, a series of workshops involving two ACTOPOLIS BELGRADE participants, Urban Incubator and City Guerilla, took place.


Urban Incubator

Urban Incubator

Actopolis-City: Belgrade

The goals of the association are professional research of contemporary cities, education of architects, urban planners, designers, artists and other experts, students and citizens, capacity building of associations dealing with planning and development of modern cities as well as raising awareness for the possibilities of city area improvement.

In the first two years the NGO has developed and included projects that are investigating Savamala (the urban, architectural, historic, visual, acoustic, social and other specific phenomena of the area). Urban Incubator projects were active for at least three months and visible to the public. The projects allowed for knowledge transfer among international and local experts and/or between experts and inhabitants and have been designed for long-term impact in the area.