UQ Indonesia course: well received final presentations!
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UQ Indonesia course: well received final presentations!

UQ and UGM (Universitas Gadjah Mada) presented their group work examining the development complexities faced by local communities in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as part of the course PLAN3200/7200. Students spend two weeks working with local communities, learning from local experiences and making sense of interrelated factors influencing development. Yesterday the six groups of students presented their … Continue reading

Dorina Pojani interviewed by Swedish Network for Feminist Urban Planning
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Dorina Pojani interviewed by Swedish Network for Feminist Urban Planning

The Swedish Network for Feminist Urban Planning was initiated for the purpose of developing the concept and making relevant research more easy to use for practitioners. NFUP newsletters typically include two interviews, one with an academic and one with a practitioner. Dr Pojani gave an interview on women’s safety in public space. Read the interview … Continue reading

New article in Housing Studies on gated communities and inequality in Indonesia, by Sonia Roitman
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New article in Housing Studies on gated communities and inequality in Indonesia, by Sonia Roitman

New article on gated communities and income inequality in Indonesia by UQ|UP’s Sonia Roitman and Redento Recio. The article examines the relationship between increasing number of gated communities in Indonesian cities and increasing income inequality. It argues that there is a mutual reinforcing relationship between this type of housing and inequality. Jakarta and Yogyakarta are … Continue reading

ANZAPS2019: Goodbye
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ANZAPS2019: Goodbye

ANZAPS2019 concluded on Friday, after two days packed with presentations, discussions, and activities. It was our pleasure to host delegates from all over Australia, New Zealand, and farther afield. We hope that attendees left the conference with tips for building meaningful and enduring research links with government, industry and the community. The host of ANZAPS2020 … Continue reading

UQ|UP featured in Big Blue Book
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UQ|UP featured in Big Blue Book

The Habitat-UNI partnership has just published the Big Blue Book! It is a compilation of the activities done by all partner universities worldwide in relation to urban sustainable development. UQ|UP activities are featured on pages 58 and 59 of the book, briefing about the teaching, research and engagement activities by staff and students. UQ|UP is … Continue reading

Seminar on intercity migration in Spain
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Seminar on intercity migration in Spain

In Spain, economic disparities between regions have traditionally played a relevant role in migration. Nevertheless, during the previous high-instability period, analyses provided conflicting results about the effect of these variables. In this work, we aim to determine the role that labour market factors play in internal migration during the Great Recession, paying special attention to … Continue reading

Dorina Pojani interviewed by Matters Journal on role of technology in the city
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Dorina Pojani interviewed by Matters Journal on role of technology in the city

Matters asked some experts to comment on the scientific accuracy of popular sci-fi narratives. Black Mirror, in particular, has turned casual prophesying of technological dystopia into a mainstream cultural phenomenon. But this ever-present sense of looming dystopia is not always based on a clear or detailed picture of our world. Matters asked a few experts … Continue reading

Freshmen BRTP students first fieldtrip in Brisbane
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Freshmen BRTP students first fieldtrip in Brisbane

About 100 students from our Introduction to Planning course, taught by Laurel Johnson, went on their first fieltrip around South Brisbane. They visited important local landmarks, including: Common Ground Building, a social housing project which provides 146 units for a 50/50 mix of low-income and formerly homeless people and also offers support services on site. … Continue reading

PIA Queensland Student Academic Prizes announced
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PIA Queensland Student Academic Prizes announced

These awards recognise excellence in planning studies, and are a chance for teachers, friends, and families to celebrate and reward outstanding performers. The Awards for Planning Excellence 2019 was hosted by Wendy Evans, PIA Queensland President, and attended by Hon. Cameron Dick, MP, Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, who also presented the … Continue reading

Call for Student Leaders to attend University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Kuala Lumpur
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Call for Student Leaders to attend University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Kuala Lumpur

The Government of Malaysia and Humanitarian Affairs Asia is looking for 10 Outstanding Student Leaders to attend the 10th University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from August 1 to 7. Student Leaders are sought with the following qualities: Passionate about social change. Active global citizens. Well-versed in current affairs and appreciate cultural … Continue reading

Upcoming panel discussion on disaster risk management  in Nepal and the broader indo-pacific region”
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Upcoming panel discussion on disaster risk management in Nepal and the broader indo-pacific region”

Presentation and Panel Discussion The Centre for Policy Futures-UQ and UQ International Development invite you to engage with leading Disaster Risk Management (DRM) practitioners with experience in emergency response, strategic planning and policy advice in Nepal and the broader Indo-Pacific region. Learn more about the importance of DRM in the context of achieving the Sustainable … Continue reading