Here you can find the dates of the conference:
- Thursday – Friday, February 16th-17th, 2017
- Atlantic Congress Hotel Essen, Norbertstr. 2a, 45131 Essen, Germany
Futher information to this conference are in the flyer.
The Training Schools topic is “Contested Administrations – Challenged Politics: Addressing Wicked Problems at Local, National, and International Levels of
Government”. All levels of government (local, regional, national, international) in Europe are in a period of intense reform activity. As a result of the still enduring (global) crisis, financial, demographical and societal problems need to be faced simultaneously to overcome – partly contradictory – reform pressures.
The final programme for the summer school from 13th-16th of September 2016 in Potsdam, Germany can be found here
In a month registration for EURA 2017 in Warsaw will be open, together with a possibility to submit abstracts.
Submission deadline for proposals: 30th of November, 2016.
Please find here the summary of our lastest Conference in Torino!
The call for papers of the open access e-journal ‘The Public Sector’ (published by the chair of Public Finance and Infrastructure at the Department of Spatial Planning, TU Wien) addresses the topic:
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The 5th Engendering International Conference will take place in Madrid from 5th to 7th october 2016. The International Conference ‘Engendering Habitat III’ engages with contemporary challenges to the urban environment, with specific reference to their gender dimensions and the promotion of gender equality.
The EURA Governing Board officially welcome Marta Lackowska (Paweł Swianiewicz’s successor) and Susanne Søholt (Jan Erling Klausen’s successor)!
We congratulate the winners and wish them great success and perseverance in their research activities!
1. The best paper award went to:
Eija Susanna Meriläinen, (HUMLOG Institute, Hanken School of Economics)
Assistant Professor Wilfredo Yushimito, (Department of Engineering & Sciences, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)
Title: Hills on fire: How governmental and non-governmental organizations impact community resilience through housing construction, the case of Great Fire of Valparaiso 2014
2. The the young scholar award went to:
Tsavdaroglou Charalampos, (PhD Researcher, School of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Title: The location of cultural common space and the right to the city in Istanbul: from the creative city to the rebel city and vice versa