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  1. DPU's KNOW Small Grants Fund Awardees – Second Round | The Bartlett…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/dpus-know-small-grants-fund-awardees-second-round

    31 Mar 2020: DPU's KNOW project is pleased to announce the second set of awards made by the KNOW Small Grants Fund.

    DPU's KNOW project is pleased to announce the second set of awards made by the KNOW Small Grants Fund.

  2. A message from DPU Director, Prof Julio Davila | The Bartlett…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/message-dpu-director-prof-julio-davila

    27 Mar 2020: A message to the Development Planning Unit's students and community from Director Professor Julio Davila

    A message to the Development Planning Unit's students and community from Director Professor Julio Davila

  3. DPU launch blog and webinar series, 'Post COVID-19 Urban Futures' |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/dpu-launch-blog-and-webinar-series-post-covid-19-urban-futures

    27 Mar 2020: COVID-19 is a massive game changer in all spheres of life: Are we ready to imagine a better post COVID world? The Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series will feature written blogs, webinar events and video outputs reflecting on the impact of COVID-19 on

    COVID-19 is a massive game changer in all spheres of life: Are we ready to imagine a better post COVID world? The Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series will feature written blogs, webinar events and video outputs reflecting on the impact of COVID-19 on

  4. DPU PhD candidate successfully defends thesis on the transitional…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/dpu-phd-candidate-successfully-defends-thesis-transitional-functions-mapping

    10 Mar 2020: During her recent PhD viva examination, Giovana Monteiro argued that the theory of participatory mapping tends to overlook the functioning of mapping as experience.

    During her recent PhD viva examination, Giovana Monteiro argued that the theory of participatory mapping tends to overlook the functioning of mapping as experience.

  5. DPU PhD candidate successfully defends thesis on spatial violence in…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/dpu-phd-candidate-successfully-defends-thesis-spatial-violence-juarez-mexico

    9 Mar 2020: Congratulations to Ricardo Marten who has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled 'Destituent Places, Exceptional Measures: The Codification of Spatial Violence. A study of post-2004 spatial violence in the Juárez Region, Mexico'

    Congratulations to Ricardo Marten who has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled 'Destituent Places, Exceptional Measures: The Codification of Spatial Violence. A study of post-2004 spatial violence in the Juárez Region, Mexico'

  6. DPU PhD candidate successfully defends thesis on the political…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/mar/dpu-phd-candidate-successfully-defends-thesis-political-ecology-oil-nigeria

    3 Mar 2020: Congratulations to Modesta Alozie who has successfully defended her PhD thesis titled 'the political ecology of oil in Nigeria: understanding youth violence from the perspectives of youths'.

    Congratulations to Modesta Alozie who has successfully defended her PhD thesis titled 'the political ecology of oil in Nigeria: understanding youth violence from the perspectives of youths'.

  7. DPU's Kamna Patel and Nick Anim receive awards at UCL's first annual…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/feb/dpus-kamna-patel-and-nick-anim-receive-awards-ucls-first-annual-inclusion-awards

    20 Feb 2020: Congratulations to DPU lecturer Kamna Patel and DPU PhD candidate Nick Anim whose incredible work was recognised at UCL's first annual Inclusion Awards. Of eighty nominations across UCL, Kamna and Nick received two of a total of four awards.

    Congratulations to DPU lecturer Kamna Patel and DPU PhD candidate Nick Anim whose incredible work was recognised at UCL's first annual Inclusion Awards. Of eighty nominations across UCL, Kamna and Nick received two of a total of four awards.

  8. DPU staff co-author new UNDRR implementation guide for land use and…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/feb/dpu-staff-co-author-new-undrr-implementation-guide-land-use-and-urban-planning

    17 Feb 2020: The guide, co-authored by Cassidy Johnson and Barbara Lipietz, responds to the Sendai Framework concern that more dedicated action needs to be focused on tackling underlying disaster risk drivers in urban areas through strengthening land use and

    The guide, co-authored by Cassidy Johnson and Barbara Lipietz, responds to the Sendai Framework concern that more dedicated action needs to be focused on tackling underlying disaster risk drivers in urban areas through strengthening land use and

  9. New collaborative film produced as output of learning exchange…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/feb/new-collaborative-film-produced-output-learning-exchange-between-dpu-and-lugar-comum

    13 Feb 2020: The film, ‘Exploring mobilisation experiences for more equitable city-making’, examines the processes of knowledge production in the exchanges undertaken in Salvador and London.

    The film, ‘Exploring mobilisation experiences for more equitable city-making’, examines the processes of knowledge production in the exchanges undertaken in Salvador and London.

  10. DPU's Giovanna Astolfo presents research at international workshop on …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/news/2020/feb/dpus-giovanna-astolfo-presents-research-international-workshop-asylum-and-migration

    3 Feb 2020: The research aims to explore the diversity of responses to migration across eight European urban spaces and the different strategies put in place by migrants to navigate and learn the city.

    The research aims to explore the diversity of responses to migration across eight European urban spaces and the different strategies put in place by migrants to navigate and learn the city.

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