AESOP Newsletter 06/2021

Published at: 30 June 2021

AESOP 2021 Online Conference - Adapting Planning: Rethinking planning practices - 12-14 July 2021

Published at: 8 June 2021

ADAPTING PLANNING: Rethinking the planning practices
Conference introduction
AESOP in partnership with the Faculty of Architecture, Gdańsk...

2021 AESOP PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING - application deadline extended to 02 July

Published at: 23 June 2021

AIM OF THE PRIZE
Teaching in the broad field of planning is one of the main activities of AESOP Member Schools. Thus, in 2002, AESOP introduced a...

AESOP Quality Recognition Programme 2021 – applications open until 15 July

Published at: 22 June 2021

The applications for AESOP Quality Recognition are OPEN until the 15th July 2021.
Full and Associate members can apply here: apply to AESOP...

AESOP TG Nordic Planning webinar: ‘Nordic Planning – PLANNORD': 25/08/2021

Published at: 5 June 2021

Theme: This event will present and discuss some of the current planning trends and ideas in the Nordic countries. What is in particular ‘at stake’...

AESOP TG PSUC Representatives of Forthcoming Events 2021-2022

Published at: 17 June 2021

The completed list of the Forthcoming Events 2021-2022: Vienna, Thessaloniki, Cardiff, Uppsala, Tartu

Disaster Risk Reduction - Local Resilience in Europe and Central Asia (July 2nd, 10-11,30 am CET)

Published at: 30 June 2021

The event is organised by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Europe and Central Asia (UNDRR-ROECA) and the Regional Secretariat for Making Cities Resilient 2030 for Europe and Central Asia, in collaboration with Huddersfield University – UK, as a side event to the Introduction to Geospatial Technologies for Achieving SDGs – Demographic Considerations Summer School of CEU.

Key speakers: Prof. Dilanthi Amaratunga, Head, Global Disaster Resilience Centre Huddersfield University, UK;
Ms Helena Monteiro, MCR2030 Secretariat for Europe and Central Asia, UNDRR; 
Ms Olga Shashkina, Specialist on Local Resilience Building; UNDRR.

Follow the link for more details and free registration: http://isepei.org/news/SUN21-disaster-risk-reduction

5th International Conference on 'Urban e-Planning'

Published at: 3 May 2021

5th International Conference on 'Urban e-Planning' - 2021 (Virtual / Online)

The 'Urban e-Planning' Conference, promoted by the 'International...

5th International Conference on 'Urban e-Planning'

International conference “The regeneration of former military sites. Perspectives, debates and redevelopments in Italy, Spain and abroad”, Università IUAV di Venezia (Venice, Italy), 23-24 September 2021

Published at: 7 May 2021

International conference “The regeneration of former military sites. Perspectives, debates and redevelopments in Italy, Spain and abroad”,...

WEBINAR - Mega-events in heritage-rich cities: From research to principles and policy recommendations

Published at: 27 June 2021

Mega-events in heritage-rich cities:
From research to principles and policy recommendations

The webinar will introduce and launch the “Charter...

Deadline postponed for sending abstract: International conference “The regeneration of former military sites. Perspectives, debates and redevelopments in Italy, Spain and abroad”, Università IUAV di Venezia (Venice, Italy), 23-24 September 2021

Published at: 7 June 2021

Federico Camerin and Francesco Gastaldi are glad to announce that the deadline for sending the abstract for the International conference “The...

TRANSFORMING URBAN GOVERNANCE IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD - THE “NEW NORMAL” IN PLANNING AND PARTICIPATION

Published at: 16 June 2021

The UERA Conference aims to promote diverse approaches to the understanding and framing of problems generated from experience of the pandemic in...

Will Planners Lead the New Urban Agenda?

Published at: 20 June 2021

*Town Planning Review *has opened access to my reflections on the urban planning promise and pitfalls of the United Nations' NEW URBAN AGENDA for...

Will Planners Lead the New Urban Agenda?

Rethinking Urban Risk and Resettlement in the Global South

Published at: 10 June 2021

An open access book on environmental changes that have significant impacts on people’s lives and livelihoods, particularly the urban poor and those living in informal settlements. This book is an outcome of collaboration between the Bartlett Development Planning Unit at UCL, the Indian Institute for Human Settlements and the Latin American Social Science Faculty.

Edited by Cassidy Johnson, Garima Jain, and Allan Lavell

Book pdf link: https://bit.ly/3gqwv7B

New: The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design

Published at: 4 June 2021

Michael Neuman and Wil Zonneveld (eds) (2021) The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design, New York/Abingdon: Routledge, ISBN 9780367258665, 464...

New: The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design

Application open for scholarships in integrated urbanism!

Published at: 6 June 2021

EPOS scholarships by DAAD for the 2022 MSc Integrated Urbanism and Sustainable Design programme are open for application now! This...

Opportunity for 30 early career researchers/PhD students to meet privately with Cohesion and Reforms Commissioner Elisa Ferreira as part of the EURegionsWeek!

Published at: 2 June 2021

Opportunity for 30 early career researchers/PhD students to meet privately with Cohesion and Reforms Commissioner Elisa Ferreira as part of the...

Professor in Spatial Planning & Strategy: TU Delft

Published at: 3 June 2021

Professor in Spatial Planning & Strategy

Delft, 38 hours per week

Job description

The TU Delft is pleased to invite applications for a full...

Professor in Spatial Planning & Strategy: TU Delft