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The uniqueness of the Academy (ARL) has stemmed since 1946 from close voluntary cooperation between researchers in the spatial and planning sciences and practitioners of spatial planning and development.

Joint, cross- and transdisciplinary cooperation in working groups and projects brings together the knowledge of both academia and practice. During the first decades of its existence the ARL focused primarily on German spatial planning and development.

Since the early 1990s this focus has broadened out to engage with the EU and increasing globalisation.

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Border Futures – Zukunft Grenze – Avenir Frontière.
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COMPASS - Comparative Analysis of Territorial Governance and Spatial Planning Systems in Europe  TU Delft (NL) led the applied research project “Co
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The TEN-T Corridor Orient/East-Mediterranean (OEM) Hamburg-Athens is of utmost importance for the cohesion of Europe.
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Gender in Spatial Development – Perspectives, Similarities and Differences The discourse on sustainability is based on two normative elements: the
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Since its beginnings in the 1960s, the planning discipline in Germany has developed into a relevant science with regard to research, teaching and practice.
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UrbanRural SOLUTIONS, an extensive collaborative project, focused on the interaction between urban centers and rural areas with lower population density in o
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