Posts Tagged ‘housing’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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Living with green infrastructure: Politics and practices in Glasgow’s residential landscapes

August 17

Ursula Lang, Assistant Professor in Residence – Political Ecology and Design Studies, Department of History, Philosophy and the Social Sciences,...

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Climate and Energy Justice: Generating relational understandings of home and place

February 27

Stefan Bouzarovski, Department of Geography and Manchester Urban Institute, University of Manchester Addressing the driving forces of climate...

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Pitching solutions rather than tents: a case study of encampment provisions in Seattle, USA and Manchester, UK

February 13

Melissa Espinoza, PhD Candidate, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society; Institute for Social Policy, Housing, Equalities Research...

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Planners and the Work of Renewal in Addis Ababa: Developmental State, Urbanizing Society

November 30

Jesse McClelland, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geography, University of Washington My dissertation project focuses on the politics of renewal in...

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Evaluating the Role of Landscape and Urban Planning in the Prevention and Mitigation of Domestic Violence

May 23

Jennifer Porter, University of Washington In this project, I explore how anti-violence organizing can be sustained inter-generationally through...

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A început ploaia – Fighting for the right to housing in Bucharest

April 26

Michele Lancione, Urban Institute, The University of Sheffield Accordingly to Amnesty International, in Romania ‘the right to housing is not...

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The governance of informality through slum policies in South Africa and Brazil

April 18

Zora Kovacic, Institut de Ciencia i Tecnologia Ambientals, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona The project analyses slum upgrading policies from the...

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Visualities of Homelessness and Ecology: Of Hot Spots and High Lines

April 18

Eric Goldfischer, PhD Student in Geography, University of Minnesota Cities have long tried to influence the ways in which homelessness, and...

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Place and Citizenship at Home

January 13

Sheryl-Ann Simpson, University of California, Davis, Landscape Architecture + Environmental Design When inequality happens within one...

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