Papers will cover topics such as: the opportunities and challenges the urban labor market presents for women; urbanization and gender-based violence; gender-sensitive considerations in urban design and infrastructure; gendered approaches to urban planning, services, and policymaking, or the impact of urbanization on men’s and women’s health.
The ‘IABR-2016-The Next Economy’ is an opportunity for African urban designers, architects, landscape architects, academics, artists, planners, cities, universities, companies and social organizations to submit best practices, projects and plans that contribute towards a new imagination for the African City.
Lilongwe Shorts, Malawi’s International Short Film Festival, is open for submissions.
Are you an artist or creator? An NGO or a non-profit private or public body, whose activities contribute to the promotion of culture and artistic creation? If your project is compliant with the criteria indicated in the Operational Guidelines of the International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC), you can submit your project application and be considered in order to benefit from the financial support of the Fund.
Zinc Shower is the biggest professional event of the Creative and Collaborative Economy. International call for the best business projects in the creative and collaborative economy to be presented at Zinc Shower, Madrid 8-9 May.
On 13th and 14th April the University of Manchester will be holding a 1.5 day international conference on Urban Informality. Confirmed speakers include Arif Hasan, Barbara Harriss-White, Debbie Potts, Soloman Benjamin, Kate Meagher, Paula Meth, Diana Mitlin and Clara Salazar. Within the programme there is one dedicated session for post-graduate reasearcher (PGR) presentations, with scope for three presentations. […]
Call for entries for POPCAP’15.