|Call for abstracts open! AESOP 2023 Congress 11-15 July 2023 |
The 35th AESOP Annual Congress 2023 will be held in Lodz, Poland. This year the congress shall focus on “Integrated Planning in the Context of Global Turbulence”.
The Call for abstracts is now open until 15 January 2023! This theme reflects the current challenges for sustainable future. In recent years, the modern world has been facing growing civilization challenges related to the effects of climate change, progressive degradation of the natural environment resources and values, internal and external.
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Thank you PLPR Executive Committee
We would like to acknowledge and recognize the volunteers that worked behind the scenes to keep PLPR going this year. Next to the president, Thomas Hartmann, our vice-presidents Eran Kaplinsky and Rebecca Leshinsky, help in managing the association and organize … Continue reading
New Report on Our 2022 Conference is Out !
A new report by Başak Aycan Özkan and Peter R. Davids has been published by the Town Planning Review. The report describes in detail the 16th annual PLPR conference held in Ghent, Belgium in July 2022. Check it out here … Continue reading
PhD Webinar Series has been a success
PLPRs 2022-2023 webinar series has brought together PhD students to discuss and refine their future papers. Academic publishing is a tough process, especially for novice authors. The Webinar offers a great platform to overcome your anxieties and learn both from … Continue reading
AESOP 2023 Congress: Call for abstracts is now open
Save the date: PLPR 2023 in Michigan, US
May 2-5, 2023 Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA The International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (PLPR) will hold its 17th annual conference May 2-5, 2023 at the University … Continue reading
PLPR 2022: Thanks to Ghent
PLPR 2022 was great – not only because of two years of online events… Thanks to the entire team organising this wonderful conference: Hans Leinfelder, Geert Van Hoorick, Mieke Paelinck, Tristan Claus, Hendrik Schoukens and Peter Lacoere and everyone else … Continue reading
Early Careers Webinar: Getting Published
A career in research means to getting published! But how? In this 12 week webinar, we will focus on the publication process. In a small group, we will exchange tips and strategies for the writing and publishing process. We want … Continue reading
PLPR 2022: Registration deadline approaching
PLPR 2021: Conference report online
The conference report of our 2021 conferences (conducted online) has just been published by Town Planning Review. Thanks to Josje Bouwmeester for reflecting on our first ever-online conference. And thanks to everyone involved in organising it. Please download the conference … Continue reading