SPS sent a large delegation to AESOP Congress in Venice, taking place from 9 to 13 July. We were delighted to take part in what was apparently the biggest planning conference in the world. Here is what we presented:

THE POVERTY OF TERRITORIALISM. TOWARDS A NEO-MEDIEVAL PLANNING? (roundtable around A. Faludi’s new book)

Faludi A., Cotella G., Metzger J., Othengrafen F., Purkarthofer E., Sielker F.,

Stead D., Sykes O.

 

INTEGRATED, ADAPTIVE AND PARTICIPATORY PLANNING? EXPLORING THE TRENDS ACROSS EUROPEAN PLANNING SYSTEMS

Nadin V., Stead D., Dabrowski M., Fernandez-Maldonado A.M.

 

THE TRANSITION OF SPATIAL PLANNING INSTRUMENTS IN FLOOD RESILIENCE AND CLIMATE ADAPTION: GUANGZHOU CASE IN THE PEARL RIVER DELTA, CHINA

Meng M., Dabrowski M.

 

BOUNDARY SPANNING FOR FLOOD RISK GOVERNANCE IN THE PEARL RIVER DELTA MEGACITIES: THE CASES OF GUANGZHOU AND HONG KONG

Dabrowski M., Ka Shun Chan F., Meng M.

 

VISIBILITY OF TURKISH AMENITIES, IMMIGRANTS’ INTEGRATION AND SOCIAL COHESION IN AMSTERDAM

Sezer C.

 

AESOP 2019 BOOK LAUNCH AND ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION. PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN AND SOCIAL COHESION: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON

Aelbrecht P., Sezer C., Schaller S., Guinand S., Mady C., Akkar Ercan M.,

Oya Memlük N.

 

INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON OF USE CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN URBAN AREA

Qi D., Nadin V., Li L.

 

CRITICAL PEDAGOGY IN CONTEMPORARY PLANNING AND DESIGN EDUCATION

Yigit Turan B., Tietjen A., Kniess B., Leitão G., Rocco R., Knierbein S., Stratis

S., Viderman T.

 

ANTI-URBAN FORM IN BRAZILIAN CITIES: TOWARDS A METHOD TO READ THE IMPACT OF VOID STREET INTERFACES.

Carvalho L., Sulis P.

 

ASSESSING PARTICIPATORY PLANNING IN HOUSING REGENERATION IN TAIPEI

Yu H.

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