The 15th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (CUPUM) was hosted by the School of Art, Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia in Adelaide on July 11-14. The theme of CUPUM is using technology for better urban planning and management. Keynote sessions and paper presentations at this conference …
Sonia Roitman (UQ, Planning) presented a paper on inequality and gated communities in Indonesia at the 7th Nordic Geographers Meeting on Geographies of Inequality, in Stockholm in June 2017 http://www.humangeo.su.se/english/ngm-2017/programme/theme. For more information, get in touch with Sonia (email@example.com).
Sonia Roitman and colleagues from the Global Change Institute (Grace Muriuki and Karen Hussey) and the School of Public Health (Lisa Schubert) recently published a working paper on ‘Urban food systems’ emphasising the importance of food security in the planning agenda of local governments. Urban Food Systems in Australian Cities_Background-compile
A benchmarking study by a team of researchers at UQ|UP (Dorina Pojani, Jaime Olvera-Garcia, Neil Sipe) and Griffith University (Jason Byrne) has revealed wide gender gaps in Australian planning academia. ► Download the full Working Paper.