Young Planning Professionals’ Awards

ISOCARP facilitates diverse means to support and encourage the participation of young planning professionals in Society events under the name of Young Planning Professionals’ Awards. These include ISOCARP Poster Prize (previously Routledge Poster Prize) and Honorable Mention for Best YPPs and/or Best Teams.

The Routledge Award was initiated in 1997 by past president Derek Lyddon and was part of an agreement with Carfax (now Routledge). The Routledge Poster Prize was an award for Young Planning Professionals  that is made possible by Routledge Publishers by giving an annual grant to ISOCARP. This grant was awarded to the best poster(s) in the Routledge Poster Exhibition during the ISOCARP Congress. Since 2019, the Routledge Award is replaced by ISOCARP Poster Prize due to Routledge’s change of policy.

From 2019 onwards, it was replaced by ISOCARP Poster Prize. The Poster Prize is an award for Young Planning Professionals  that is made possible by ISOCARP. This grant is awarded to the best poster(s) in the Poster Exhibition during the annual ISOCARP World Planning Congress. This competition has stimulated great interest, especially among young members, and has produced many imaginative works.

All YPPs – whether accepted or not for Paper Presentation in the main Congress – are asked to bring along a Poster (in A1) related to the Congress Theme, proven that Full Paper is available. All Posters are exhibited at the main Congress Venue and evaluated by a YPP Routledge Award Committee. The Award is given to the Poster(s) that best present(s) the contents of the paper in a visual way. The technical content (the information, data, arguments and ideas presented in the poster, and its inherent interest, originality and potential for application) and communicative quality (use of the poster as a medium of communication – to attract interest and to effectively convey information and ideas) are the most important criteria in addition to graphic quality. In addition to the Jury’s Choice, Public’s Choice Award is presented by the public voting to the best poster by the young planning professionals.

Young Planning Professionals’ Award: Honorable Mention may take different forms depending on the agreement with our partners and are given to the YPPs and/or teams with outstanding qualification and contribution to the YPP workshops.

For ISOCARP Awards, please check out the website to get more information.

ISOCARP is very grateful to Routledge for its contribution to young planning professionals over the years.

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  • ISOCARP Poster Prize 2019

    More than 20 posters were submitted for the 2019 ISOCARP Young Planning Professionals’ Poster Prize and were exhibited at the 55th ISOCARP World ...
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  • Young Planning Professionals’ Awards 2019

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  • Routledge Prize 2018

    More than 20 posters were submitted for the Routledge Prize and were exhibited at the ISOCARP Congress in Bodø, Norway. 
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  • Young Planning Professionals’ Awards 2018

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  • Routledge Prize 2017

    The first prize went to: Rumeysa Ceylan, Turkey, for her poster Dawn of Change. Well done!
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  • Routledge Prize 2016

    Congratulations to the winners
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  • Routledge Prize 2015

    At the 2015 Congress there was no YPP workshop before the congress. Young Planning Professionals were involved in the 50th ISOCARP Congress in a ...
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  • Routledge Prize 2014

    Report of the Jury Twenty-five posters were entered for the Routledge Prize and were exhibited at the ISOCARP Congress in Gdynia.  The posters ...
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  • 2013 – Jury Report

    2013 Jury Report Jury Members: Guy Perry, Poland (Chair); Opuenebu Owei, Nigeria; Awais Piracha, Australia This year sixteen posters participated ...
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  • 2012 – Jury Report

    Jury Members: Jeremy Dawkins, Australia (Chair); Zeynep Gunay, Turkey; Mairura Omwenga, Kenya. The twenty-two posters were highly individual in ...
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  • 2011 – Jury Report

    Jury Members: Nira Sidi, Israel; Lorraine Gonzalez, USA; Guy Vloebergh, Belgium Twenty-one posters were entered for the Routledge Poster Prize ...
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  • 2010 – Jury Report

    Jury Members: Jeremy Dawkins (Chair); Irene Keino; Bert Smolders Twenty-three posters were entered for the Routledge Prize and were exhibited at ...
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  • 2009 – Jury Report

    2009 Jury Report Jury Members: Laura Petrella, UN-Habitat; Peter Ross, ISOCARP; Zeynep Merey Enlil, ISOCARP – VP Winners Thomas Buhler ...
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  • 2008 – Jury Report

    2008 NB. In 2008 the Routledge Prize was not attributed for a poster but for a paper. Jury Report Jury Members: Zeynep Merey Enlil (Chair); Jeff ...
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  • 2007 – Jury Report

    Jury Members: ISOCARP Vice-President Zeynep Merey Enlil (Turkey), Peter Jonquière (Netherlands) and Andreas Schneider (Switzerland) This year ...
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  • 2006 – Jury Report

    2006 Jury Report Jury Members: Prof Huseyin Kaptan (Turkey), Prof Jeanne Wolfe (Canada) and Prof Federico Malusardi (Italy), the President. Eight ...
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  • 2005 – Jury Report

    Jury Members: Wolf Tochtermann, Estéfanía Chávez de Ortega and Javier de Mesones, under the presidency of Fernando Brandão Alves The Jury came ...
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  • 2004 – Winners

    Winning Entry: Jasmina Djokic from Serbia for her poster “Rehabilitation of Heritage through a Network of Small Towns” Public Prize Winner: ...
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