AESOP-ERSA Lecture Series / Lecture 10

Published at: 8 November 2015

AESOP-ERSA Lecture Series / Lecture 10


Engelbert Lütke Daldrup and Ann Singleton


Migrants and the cities

26th November 2015, Berlin


AESOP and ERSA wish to express a word of gratitude to the co-organizers of the 10th Lecture: Berlin University of Technology, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning and Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning (IRS), 
Unit “Regeneration of Cities and Towns”


Venue:
Berlin University of Technology,
Institute of Urban and Regional Planning
Hardenbergstraße 16-18, room
HBS 005 Berlin


Programme:
18.45  Registration
19:00 Welcome by the IRS: Prof. Angela Million, Prof. Dr. Dietrich Henckel, Prof. Dr. Felicitas Hillmann
19:15 Lecture by Ann Singleton
19:45 Lecture by Prof. Dr. Lütke Daldrup
20:15 Discussion moderated by Prof. Dr. Felicitas Hillmann
20:45 Conclusions by the moderator and closing
20:50–21:30 Informal discussions, coffee, drinks

This is the 10th event in the Lecture Series by well-known planners, policy-makers and other ‘urban thinkers’, which is being organised by AESOP, previously in cooperation with IFHP in the framework of respectively the Silver Jubilee (2012) and Centenary (2013) and since the beginning of 2014 continued in cooperation with European Regional Science Association (ERSA). The lecturers have been asked to present their ideas on ‘new vision’ for planning and territorial development. The lectures will be rounded off with a discussion with the audience.

Ann Singleton
, Senior Research Fellow at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol and IOM Global Data Analysis Centre, Berlin will be discussing the topic what the data can (and can’t) tell us about the new realities of migration to European cities.

Engelbert Lütke Daldrup
, previously honorary professor at the universities of Berlin and Leipzig, Permanent Secretary for Building and Housing in the Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment Berlin since 2014, will be answering the question what urban politics can do about the new realities of migration to European cities.


We would be delighted if you could accept this invitation to the lecture.
We look forward to seeing you in Berlin on 26th November!










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