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See below for information on our 2022 CEE conference plenary speakers. Watch this space for further updates and receive all the latest updates by following #CEE22 on Twitter.
As part of the 2022 Regions in Recovery E-Festival, we welcome proposals for Special Sessions. Special Sessions are a great way to bring together presenters to discuss and highlight a particular topic and to develop or further extend your network. Click here to submit an abstract to one of the special sessions. Please choose the special […]
After the success of our Global E-Festival Regions in Recovery in 2021, we are again working with partners to bring you this event. We will provide you with a research-led celebration of regions and how these can be re-imagined in times of challenge including Covid-19, climate change and geo-political turmoil. We will bring together researchers and […]
Watch the TPG Annual Lecture Recording: “Just Sustainabilities in Policy, Planning and Practice” with Speaker: Julian Agyeman (Tufts University, USA) and Chair: Klaus Dodds (Royal Holloway University of London, UK).
Watch the Regional Studies, Regional Science Annual Lecture Recording: Urban Mobility and Street Network Science, with Speaker: Geoff Boeing, (University of Southern California, USA) and Chair: Franziska Sielker (University of Cambridge, UK).
Watch the Regional Studies Annual Lecture Recording: Infrastructural Optimism: Case Studies for Systems-based Urban Design, with Speaker: Linda Samuels (Washington University in St. Louis, USA) and Chair: Jennifer Clark (The Ohio State University, USA).
Watch the SEA Annual Lecture Recording: A minimum disruption approach to disaster analysis, with Speakers: Manfred Lenzen (The University of Sydney, Australia ) and Mengyu Li (The University of Sydney, Australia), with Chair: Paul Elhorst (University of Groningen, The Netherlands).
Watch the ADP Annual Lecture Recording: Coalitions & alliances: understanding their contribution to urban transformation, with Speaker: Diana Mitlin (University of Manchester, UK); Discussants: Lalitha Kamath (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India) and Susan Parnell (University of Bristol, UK/University of Cape Town, South Africa); and Chair: Ivan Turok (South African NRF Research Chair in City-Region […]
Welcome to the Regions in Recovery Second Edition 2022 presentation recording opt-in and opt-out page. Please let us know below whether you agree for your presentation to be recorded and made available online until 31.05.2022. You will need to explicitly give your permission, otherwise your presentation will not be recorded. If you do not respond […]
#RinR21 Festival Highlights & Recordings Last week saw the end of the 2021 Regions in Recovery Festival (#RinR21). The Festival ran over 2.5 weeks, featured 458 papers, 124 sessions including 10 well-being sessions. The Festival was delivered in partnership with a number of societies and research-led networks and brought together the global regional studies and […]
We are delighted to be able to present the Opening Address by our Chair, Jessie Poon, heralding the start of the Regions in Recovery Global eFestival
Regions in Recovery – register now for free and join over 900 other delegates I am writing to personally alert you to the Association’s forthcoming Regions in Recovery Global E-Festival. This starts next week and runs from 2nd to 18th June 2021. This special event is being run between 14 partner organisations and brings together […]
RinR21 Reporters A very warm welcome to our #RinR21 reporters who will share their insights and experiences throughout #RinR21. Please feel free to link up to learn more about their work and the Festival. Ghinwa Moujaes is doing a PhD in Local Development and International Cooperation at INGENIO in Valencia, Spain. Lucas Arantes Garcia is […]
Welcome to the Regions in Recovery presentation recording opt-in and opt-out page. Please let us know below whether you agree for your presentation to be recorded and made available online until 31.08.2021. You will need to explicitly give your permission, otherwise your presentation will not be recorded. If you do not respond by 26.05.2021, we […]
Welcome to the Regions in Recovery Well-being tent. This is a space for you to wind down after an E-Festival day with one of our free yoga sessions or painting sessions (small fee applies). Or, why not start the day energised with one of our morning yoga sessions? Dates and times of the activities, as […]
Part 2 In the first part of this blog, we outlined the Regional Studies Association’s immediate post-pandemic conference response for 2020 and 2021. In this one, we unveil the strategy for 2022 and beyond. Pandemic shock and early responses 2020/2021 At the time of writing, April 2021, there remain scientifically evidenced concerns about COVID […]
The Regions in Recovery e-Festival is a research-led celebration of thinking about our regions and cities in a time of great crisis and change. The word Festival illustrates that the event takes place over several weeks, accommodating the work of many researchers and policymakers along with an optional social and well-being programme. The collective goal […]
As part of the 2021 Regions in Recovery E-Festival, we welcome proposals for Special Sessions. Special Sessions are a great way to bring together presenters to discuss and highlight a particular topic and to develop or further extend your network. Click here to submit an abstract to one of the special sessions, please choose the […]
On September 29- October 2, 2020, NOIR hosted a series of virtual workshops on Water Infrastructure and Regional Governance. The workshop series, attended by participants from around the world, was designed to foster a global interdisciplinary conversation examining: (1) how water infrastructure shapes formal and informal regional spaces, communities, and governance dynamics; and (2) how […]
Following on from its great success and continuing popularity, the RSA Professional Development Webinar Series resumes on 2nd September, after a short summer break in August. We are again offering (almost) weekly webinars on timely topics for researchers at different career stages. All webinars are free and open to attend for all. A recording of […]
Speakers: Professor Joan Fitzgerald, Northeastern Universtiy, USA Paul Hockenous, Journalist, Germany Dr. Rogério Studart, The New Climate Economy at the World Resources Institute, USA Open to all and free to attend, this webinar series aims to bring experts in the field of regional studies, science and policy to you. The webinar can be watched live […]
This webinar, held on the 3 September 2020, was organised in collaboration between the OECD Spatial Productivity Lab at the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development (an integral part of Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities) and the Regional Studies Association. The webinar was the 9th Meeting of the OECD Spatial Productivity Lab and part of […]