Additionally, here is the link to the EURA Conference website in Tilburg “go the conference website“.
The 2018 Training School on “Collaborative local government for an open society” is one of the long-lasting series of summer course for Ph.D. students interested in local government issues. It is co-organized by the European Urban Research Association and Standing Group for Local Government and Politics of ECPR, and gives an opportunity to develop the understanding of comparative local government studies in Europe and to discuss Ph.D. dissertation with experienced professors of different disciplines and coming from different countries.
Take a look at the Conference flyer for further information.
Budapest, Hungary: 9th-14th July 2018
Application deadline: March 20, 2018
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, in collaboration with DAStU – Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (Politecnico di Milano) and the International Panel on Social Progress (Princeton/Paris) encourages junior researchers in the field of urban studies to attend the first international immersive workshop to be held in Milan (Italy), 16-17 February Feltrinelli Camp 2018.
14.02.2018 – 01.04.2018: Early registration (open)
01.04.2018 – 01.06.2018: Late registration
01.06.2018: Deadline full papers
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the EURA secretariat or the local organizer (Dr. Linze Schaap: email@example.com).
The first workshop in Bensheim, Germany, from November 24th-26th, 2017 was great.
Other information concerning the workshop are available here.
The next workshop of the network will take place on the Greek island of Hydra between May 10th-13th, 2018
55th International Making Cities Livable Conference on Healthy, 10-Minute Neighborhoods
In 1985, when these conferences began, there was no discussion at other planning or architectural conferences, or even at the League of Cities Conferences about making our cities more “livable”. Only the IMCL Conferences focused attention on the importance of making cities livable for children first, the need for public transit, bicycle lanes, and traffic calmed streets, for human scale architecture and mixed use urban fabric, for reviving the city center and creating public places where people could gather for farmers markets, festivals, outdoor cafes and community social life.
Paper proposals are invited from elected officials, scholars and practitioners concerned with issues such as the following (only some examples):
- Active mobility, walkable, bikeable streets
- How the built environment (or nature) affects health
- Neighborhood plazas, sociable squares
- Streets for people, “Eyes on the Street”
If you wish to present a paper, please submit a 250 word abstract for consideration before November 33, 2017. Please submit online here and take a look at the additional information.
This conference brings together academics from across the world around the issues of sustainability and resilience in cities. It is multi-disciplinary and invites architects, planners, engineers and urban designers. It also welcomes geographers, sociologists, urban economists, housing specialists, and more.
The reason for bringing these disciplines together around the sustainability and resilience of cities is simple: we cannot solve problems in isolation.
Possible Formats include:
Pre-recorded video (20 min); Skype (20 min); Conference Presentations (20 min); Written Papers (3,000 words)
Deadline for Abstract submission: 1st December 2017
This event will offer the opportunity for scholars from Europe, as well as from around the world, to contribute to the exchange of experiences, ideas and knowledge regarding planning in the 21st century, in particular in relation to the congress theme: Making Space For Hope. Click here for more information and here for the program overview.
Gothenburg, Sweden: 10th-14th July 2018 (Registration opens in December)