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Dorina Pojani featured among iMove’s smart mobility experts
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Dorina Pojani featured among iMove’s smart mobility experts

The iMOVE CRC is a consortium of 44 industry, government, and research partners engaged in a concerted 10-year effort to improve Australia’s transport systems through collaborative R&D projects. It’s purpose is to help companies — and Australia — be more competitive, productive, and prosperous. Find out more about experts from across the world working and … Continue reading

Public lecture: Harnessing cycling to create a congestion free city
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Public lecture: Harnessing cycling to create a congestion free city

A team of internationally esteemed urban transport experts will deliver a free Public Lecture next Friday to make the case for cycling in solving South East Queensland’s worsening congestion chaos. Canadian mobility gurus, Modacity, will visit Brisbane over three days, on a whirlwind speaking tour comprising industry seminars and a public lecture. When:                  5pm-7pm, Friday … Continue reading

Jessa Crispin interviews Dorina Pojani in ‘Public Intellectual’ podcast
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Jessa Crispin interviews Dorina Pojani in ‘Public Intellectual’ podcast

Jessa Crispin is a critic, author, feminist thought leader, and the editor-in-chief of Bookslut, a litblog and webzine founded in 2002. She has published three books, most recently Why I Am Not A Feminist (2017). Public Intellectual is her podcast, created in July of 2017. In her words, it’s a series of complicated conversations about … Continue reading

New paper on public participation by UQ|UP team published in Geographical Research
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New paper on public participation by UQ|UP team published in Geographical Research

In this study, performance‐based planning is implicated in the destabilisation of community trust in the planning system. Set in a contested inner city area of Brisbane, Australia, the research associates neoliberal planning objectives with the discretionary decision‐making specifically embedded in performance‐based planning. The neoliberalisation of planning is, we submit, symptomatic of a post‐ideological politics of … Continue reading