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This area offers a repository of information on key events happening in the urban studies field.

Those organised by the UT lead team are colour coded in purple. Events led by projects within the portfolio are shown in blue. Finally, event notices in green are significant events on cities run by external organisations.

If you would like us to post information on an event that you are organising please do email us.

5th RC21-IJURR-FURS Summer School in Comparative Urban Studies

Other Urban 30 Aug 2017

The Research Committee 21 (RC21) of the International Sociology Association, the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR), the Foundation for Urban and Regional Studies (FURS) in collaboration with scholars from University College…

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Urban transformation – roundtable discussion (RGS-IBG Annual Conference)

Portfolio 30 Aug 2017

This seminar is part of the 2017 RGS-IBG annual conference, running from 30 August to 1 September 2017, and will take place on 30 August. More information on the seminar is available here. A roundtable discussion on the theme of nature of urban trans…

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Building health into developments – How planning and public health can build a healthier future

Portfolio 5 Sep 2017

Organised and hosted by PHE SW in partnership with South West Public Health Network, with coordination from the ESRC-funded project Reuniting Planning and Health: Tackling the Implementation Gaps in Evidence, Governance and Knowledge. For additional…

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Scaling Migration Through the European City-Regions

UT 11 Sep 2017

Co-organised in partnership by the University of Oxford – Urban Transformations (www.urbantransformations.ox.ac.uk) and VUB – Brussels Centre for Urban Studies (www.urbanstudies.brussels) To register at the event, please visit https://www.eventbr…

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Festival of the Future City

Portfolio 18 Oct 2017

The second Festival of the Future City will take place 18-20 October 2017. Set over three days the festival – which aims to be the largest public debate about the future of cities – brings together politicians, writers, artists, scientists, chan…

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