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CALL FOR PAPERS
IV Conference of Regional and Urban Planning
International Conference of the Project Community Participation in Planning

PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY
23th/24th of February, 2017

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PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY - URP Conference 2017

  1. 1. CALL FOR PAPERS IV Conference of Regional and Urban Planning International Conference of the Project Community Participation in Planning PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY 23th/24th of February, 2017 The Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences (DCSPT) and the Research Unit on Governance, Competiveness and Public Policies (GOVCOPP), of the University of Aveiro, are organizing the IV Conference of Regional and Urban Planning (PRU), which also includes the International Conference of the Project "Community Participation in Planning”, to be held in February, 2017. Every year, the Master of Regional and Urban Planning of the University of Aveiro, which is currently in its 10th edition, organises conferences to debate core issues of spatial planning practices. Previous editions focused on: Housing (November 2011); Europe 2020: Rhetoric, Speeches, Policy and Practice (July 2013); Rural Matters (28 and 29 September 2015). This year, the main theme concerns PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY. Additional information can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/conferenciapru http://participacaoemplanamentoepoliticaspublicas.web.ua.pt (soon) This theme highlights the research that has been developed at the Department: the role of ICT in spatial planning; Territorial Alliances for Innovation; Innovative approaches to the participation processes in strategic spatial plans; Local, territorial and social movements and new types of community engagement - self-organization and tactical urbanism; community participation in planning - (http://www.cpip- planningwithcommunities.eu/). It also addresses the meaningful contextual conditions for public participation practices, identifying challenges and foreseeing qualified answers to ongoing transformations, such as: the new legal framework of planning; the ongoing review process of Local Development Frameworks (Municipal Director Plans - PDM, according to the Portuguese acronym); the impulse of Portugal2020 – the new Community programming framework; cities and urban regeneration policies; and the processes of administrative decentralisation and territorialisation of public policies.
  2. 2. Under the broad topic of PARTICIPATION IN SPATIAL PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY, there is a thematic diversity to be addressed on Conference Sessions:  Public Participation in Spatial Planning: Changes on the regulatory and operational frameworks and practices assessment - panel debate "Decentralization and Participation" (discussion on the opportunities of participation in the framework of administrative and functional decentralization).  Governance in Regional Planning: policies, programs and place-based strategies; agents, partnerships and networks – panel debate on Innovation and Territory: Participation in Innovation Policy and Regional and Local Development (RIS3 EIDTs, DLBCs).  Collaborative Planning, Participation, Collective Evaluation and Decisions Making Process – From the public consultation procedures to collaborative decision making process: methodologies, tools and interactive technologies (ICT) in planning.  Environment and Participation: Agenda 21, sustainable mobility, resource management, environmental risks.  Self-organization in planning: the role of urban civic movements, themes, action typologies (tactical urbanism, informal urbanism and urban movements).  Participatory democracy: political leadership, civic leadership and civic movements.  Participation: Organizations, Experiences and Research Networks - institutions, networks, public and private projects; local, national and international promotion of public participation - panel debate on "Community Planning Important dates Abstract or Posters submission deadline: November 25, 2016 Notification of paper/poster decisions: December 20, 2016 Paper/Poster submission deadline: January 20, 2017 Submission details for Papers and Posters:  Type: Paper or Poster  Title  Author and affiliation (University Department (if applicable), Institution, City, Country); identification of each author and their email contact  The abstract should not exceed 4000 characters (600 words); should display clearly the central argument, the objectives and main results (if available)  The working languages of the conference will be Portuguese, English or Spanish  Submit the abstract at: conferenciapru@gmail.com Social Program:
  3. 3.  Conference Dinner (25€ - not included in the registration)  Cocktail, Arts and Entertainment (free) Parallel Events Further details will be available shortly:  PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - interpretations on urban planning and urbanity  CITY TOUR - Thematic walking city trips Prices:  Normal Registration: 75€ (60€ for early registration, until December 15, 2016)  Members of APPLA, APROUR and AUP, DCSPT students: 35€  Community Participation in Planning partners: 25€  Unemployed: Free entrance (voluntary collaboration in the organization of the conference is welcome)
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CALL FOR PAPERS IV Conference of Regional and Urban Planning International Conference of the Project Community Participation in Planning PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY 23th/24th of February, 2017

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