In Mar Elias Camp, as in other Palestinian camps, the built environment and shared spaces are in deteriorating conditions. Development projects that are implemented in these settings rarely correspond to the aspirations and needs of camp residents. Departing from the importance of involving camp residents, and especially youth, in urban planning, development projects, and spatial interventions in the camp, we devised the workshop “Camp Radio” as a process for creative thinking and for working with camp residents to involve them in deciding the future of their environment, especially their shared spaces.