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The Knowledge and Communication Platform of the ARL

Have you already seen the results of the Photo Contest?

We had many excellent entries, have a look: Results of the Photo Contest

The title photo here is called "Open Space in Times of Crisis" and was taken by Daniel Münderlein.

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WORLD Biodiversity Forum 2022

Deadline for the submission of contributions extended to 28 November 2021

Due to the number of requests the deadlines for both the submissions of oral and poster contributions, as well as workshops, training sessions and other events are extented to 28 November 2021

Call for authors: Booklet on Erik Swyngedouw

AESOP Conversation in Planning
Booklet Project

This is a Call for Young Academic (YA) Author(s) to work in collaboration with distinguished Prof Erik Swyngedouw, reflecting on his research into urban design theory and practice. This is a great opportunity for the YA authors to get to work on the booklet with direct guidance from Prof Erik Swyngedouw himself.

Call for authors: Booklet on Ali Madanipour

AESOP Conversation in Planning
Booklet Project

This is a Call for Young Academic (YA) Author(s) to work in collaboration with distinguished Prof Ali Madanipour, reflecting on his research into urban design theory and practice. This is a great opportunity for the YA authors to get to work on the booklet with direct guidance from Prof Ali Madanipour himself.

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Our knowledge base is the heart of this platform!

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ARL – the Global Research Network

The ARL is an independent, non-partisan institution for the spatial sciences under public law and is based in Hanover.

As a Leibniz institution, it is funded jointly by the Federal Government and the federal states due to its supraregional significance and its work in the interest of national science policy.

The specific working method of the ARL, which is transdisciplinary and network-based, allows for close collaboration and a wide-ranging exchange of ideas and knowledge between members of the academic community and planning practitioners.

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