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Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence – Call for Papers Deadline: April 9, 2018

ISOCARP has endorsed the Urban Jewish Heritage: Presence and Absence Event Date: September 3-7, 2018 Location: Krakow, Poland The event is organised by the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage and the Foundation for Jewish Heritage, in association with the City of Krakow and Villa Decius Association, we invite abstracts of 300 words to be…

ISOCARP Awards 2018

Following the well-established tradition of recognising the most prominent achievements in the broad field of spatial planning, in 2018 ISOCARP will bestow the three category awards: Awards for Excellence, open to a wide range of professionals and institutions operating in the domain of urban and regional planning; participants are invited to submit different tools used…

Spread the word. Don’t miss this opportunity to apply! Call for Young Planning Professionals and Coordinators are now open for Bodo and Kristiansand YPP Workshops!

Spread the word. Don’t miss this opportunity to apply! Call for Young Planning Professionals and Coordinators are now open – Workshops Bodø and Kristiansand, Norway, September 2018 to be organized as part of 54th ISOCARP Congress Check out the website for more information on application procedures, eligibility, expenses and logistics!

Smart Sustainable Cities – ISOCARP at WUF9

Smart Sustainable City planning and design are vital to implementation of the New Urban Agenda’s vision of a sustainable future. Smart urbanism merges information and communication technologies; energy, resource and infrastructure technologies into networks that create sustainable, resilient, regenerative, urban-rural ecosystems with vibrant communities, thriving economies and biodiverse environments. ISOCARP organised the World Urban Forum…

Drones for Spatial and Post-Disaster Planning – ISOCARP at WUF9

One of the training events at the WUF9 was “UAVs, Land Use Planning and Community Engagement: The Potential of Drones to Implement the New Urban Agenda”. The event was organised by the Special Interest Group in Urban Settlement (SIGUS) affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard Graduate School of Design. Researchers presented…

The Global Alliance for Urban Crises

The Global Alliance for Urban Crises (GAUC) is a global, multi-disciplinary and collaborative community of practice. It is a ‘network of networks’ working to prevent, prepare for and effectively respond to humanitarian crises in urban settings. The humanitarian landscape is changing. Urbanisation is defining our global reality and will shape our future. Displacement, conflict and natural…

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