18.08.2022

For this position paper, the ARL compiled interdisciplinary perspectives from spatial development and spatial planning, public health services, epidemiology, economics and social sciences, and has condensed them into transdisciplinary recommendations for action.

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26.07.2022

A first constitutive meeting took place in May 2022 in Berlin, Germany. The group has identified several key work areas, which are now being worked on in small groups.

 

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11.07.2022

The ARL – Academy for Territorial Development in the Leibniz Association in cooperation with Stockholm University is inviting applications for the ARL International Summer School 2022 on “Exploring Spatial Justice in times of disruptions”, which will take place from Wed. 24 August to Sat. 27 August 2022 in Stockholm. The summer school will be held in English.

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29.06.2022

The workshop will take place online on 30th and 31st of August 2022. The workshop aims to bring together Early Career Researchers based in the UK or Germany to exchange knowledge and experience around novel theories, strategies and methods in urban design and planning of public spaces for promoting health and wellbeing in cities particularly in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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15.06.2022

The success of renewable energies and their expansion in Germany poses great challenges to policy and society in terms of technology, financing, and acceptance, but offers many opportunities at the same time.

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23.05.2022

The anthology "A New Beginning? Spatial Planning and Research in Europe between 1945 and 1975" edited by Detlef Briesen and Wendelin Strubelt is published by Campus Frankfurt/New York. The book presented here is the basis for a major scientific symposium that the editors will organise in the course of 2022. The conference and this publication are supported by the ARL – Academy for Territorial Development in the Leibniz Association.

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10.05.2022

Small Towns and Metropolitan Cores: Functional Relations, Spatial Imaginaries and Cooperation Arrangements. 

The working group launches a call for contributions to an online seminar. The invitation is open to any academic who is interested to debate about the relationships between metropolitan regions and small towns in the European context, now and in the future.

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