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Brett Herron Jul 15
This weekend I wrote an article on the properties identified for housing more than 10 years ago by Cape Town officials. DA government stopped these projects; halting integration and .
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HSA Apr 11
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Ludicology Feb 27
"There is a need to move away from the idea that space for play is somehow separate to other types of space and that play only occurs in designated areas." From Planning for Play, available in the study now:
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Elaine Stratford 28 Mar 19
Australia's richest and poorest postcodes revealed - and along with that the ongoing need for to address
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LauraWalsh Jun 19
It's happening today! Between 1pm and 5pm Great Ormond Street will be car free and full of people-powered fun. Stay with us sunshine! ✨✨✨🏝
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Tim Gill Apr 23
Around the world, space for play needs legal protection.
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Naomi Lott Jan 14
"the cities that don’t work for children, don’t work for any of us" < the finale of this article was reflected by those interviewed for my thesis. A world fit for children is a world fit for all... We must address .
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IMAJINE Oct 22
A joint workshop "Spatial disparities in Europe: from regions to localities to individuals” between H2020 projects IMAJINE and RELOCAL is just taking place in Oviedo, Spain. The program is available here:
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Natalie Record Sep 20
Really missed the team this week and gutted to have missed out on . Sounds like a lot of great events have taken place & important things discussed. Meanwhile, I’ve been holed up in here to wrap up MSc thesis
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Postgrad Maynooth May 16
Decolonise your minds and learn to respect the web of life. Learn to conduct ethical and collaborative research, create healthy places to live and work in solidarity for a more just future! Apply for the MA in Spatial Justice
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Brett Herron Nov 25
Reclaim the City returns to court over Tafelberg property via
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Patrick Ewing 14 Feb 19
Amazon pulling out of LIC is a massive win for local organizers and residents. Cities for people, not for profit 🏙✊
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Gustaf Norlén Aug 29
Nordregios case study in the project about digital solutions as a tool to deal with depopulation and lack of services.
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Good Jun 26
GOOD supports the calls for the accelerated release of public land to enhance land reform and the achievement of . This is an assured mechanism to increase access to land and housing in South Africa. Time to
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Julian Agyeman 7 Mar 19
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Deniz Ay Yilmaz Feb 13
I am very excited to announce the call for papers: "Spatial Justice in Urban Studies and Planning Education", Special Issue of Planning Practice & Research. Abstracts are due May 4.
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Wendy Russell Oct 10
It's good that Gov are looking at this & to see more mental health services in schools. BUT. Shouldn't we be taking a step back & looking at the conditions for a good childhood? We could start with and . The links to mental wellbeing are clear
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Good Jul 15
Public land should be used for good
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Common Ground in The Lodge Sep 17
This thread makes stark reading. Over the last number of months we've seen that some folks in Dublin declare they don't want cost rental & others want more student housing. How about vibrant neighbourhoods & affordable rents? for the city.
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Brett Herron Jul 15
Attending the Spatial Justice & Resistance Public Lecture at delivered by Prof Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Westminster Law & Theory Lab.
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