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Territories Categories: Northern Europe

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Joint Conference of the South West England and Wales Branches

25 April 2018
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4th RSA ReHi-workshop: ‘An historical account of regional resilience’

14 January 2018

2019 Student and Early Career Conference

30 October 2019
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Fifth FINGEO Global Seminar - European Spaces of Financialization

28 May 2018
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Global Challenges for Regions and Cities: Adaptation, Development, Governance

17 November 2017
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2017 RSA President's Event

16 November 2017
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The Place Dimension of Cities and Regions: Governance, Industrial Development and Sustainability

16 November 2017
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A systems approach to place-based leadership framing a research and policy agenda

14 November 2017
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Charting a Career Path: Sharing the Learning and Lessons

2 November 2017
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Historical Constructions of Regions and Regionalism

30 October 2017
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Food-Energy-Transportation Systems Transitions

7 September 2017
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Globalisation in Crisis? The Urban and Regional Challenges of the Great Instability

13 July 2017
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the Great Regional Awakening: New Directions

4 June 2017

Final Report: RSA Research Network on Sustainability Transitions in the Coastal Zone

Organisers: Prof. C.  Patrick Heidkamp, Southern Connecticut State University Dr. John Morrissey, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick Dr. Catherine Chambers, University Centre of the Westfjords Coastal areas, despite only occupying a relatively small percentage of the Earth’s land-surface, provide more than one third of the globe’s value of ecosystem services. Coastal areas are also […]

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An Inquiry into Regional Problems

The Report of An Inquiry into Regional Problems in the United Kingdom was published subsequent to an examination, by the Association, of the changing regional problem.

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Republic of Ireland branch

The first truly non-UK branch was established in the Republic of Ireland.

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First issue of the Newsletter

The first issue of the Newsletter was sent to members, and a programme of five meeting took place in London. Regional branches were formed in Scotland, Yorkshire and Humberside, and East Anglia.

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A Steering Committee was formed

A decision was taken to establish the Regional Studies Association, and a Steering Committee was formed

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The British Group of ICRPD became active

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ICRPD was formed

The International Centre for Regional Planning and Development (ICRPD) was formed

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Membership and status

By 1997, the Association’s trajectory towards internationalisation was firmly established; the ERRN was disbanded in 1998 and its work was incorporated into the Association’s main activities. The Association also made concerted efforts to internationalise its Board; in April 2012, representation came from South Africa, Australia, Austria, England, Germany, the Netherlands, Scotland, Singapore, Sweden, the USA […]

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Fortieth anniversary

In 2005, the Association reached its fortieth anniversary. The occasion was marked with a celebratory event at the House of Commons on 14th September, 2006.

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Activities: development and internationalisation

At a Special General Meeting in December 2000, a resolution was passed to dissolve the unincorporated charity and reform as a charitable company. The new entity came into being on 1 January 2001 and the Association’s assets were transferred.

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