:: presentations :: workshops :: abstracts ::
At the retreat in Trebnitz we will have time for presentations and workshops. This site provides an overview as well as a download-center for the abstract of the announced contributions.
Note: According to the large number of expected participants, most of the discussions will take place in parallel groups. The presentations are small inputs where you can present your experiences or work. A presentation should not be longer than 15 minutes plus a short discussion. There is enough room for longer discussions in the workshops.
:: presentations ::
Dr. Yanchi Jackie Kwok/ Humei Chong; Hong Kong
"Participatory Design of Habitable Environment with Female Immigrants from China"
Grégory Mougel; Caen, France
"Berlin 1990-2000: Spatial Distribution of Foreign Population in Urban Space and its Evolution since Reunification"
Rachid Georges Chamoun; Lebanon
"The urban hub: towards the resurrection of beirut; Interactive landscape: healing the fractious social order for Quarantine-Beirut-Lebanon"
Daniel Chavez; TNI - Transnational Institute Amsterdam/ Uruguay
"The Left in the City: Attempting Participatory Governance in Latin American Municipalities"
Silvia Macchi; Roma, Italia
"The Network for a Participative Masterplan - Rome, Italy"
Keith Shaw, Fred Robinson, GB
"The Last Chance for Community-Led Regeneration in England ? A Review of New Deal for Communities"
Kosta Mathey; Darmstadt
"Factors for successful community initiatives at the 'Barrio' level - the case of cuba"
Iacopo Zetti; Firenze, Italia
"Transformation in Budapest after 1989. Post socialist city and Globalization"
Kate Shaw; Australia
"The cultural heritage of alternative subculture and the politics of preservation in Berlin, Amsterdam and Melbourne"
Benoit Raoulx; Caen France
Dokumentary Film "Traplines in Vancouver", 37 min.
:: workshops ::
Ellen Reese, Ernest Savage; USA
"Neoliberalism, welfare state restructuring and struggle for welfare justice in Los Angeles"
Britta Grell, Volker Eick, Jens Sambale
"A House With Many Rooms: Rethinking Concepts of the Nonprofit Sector in Germany and the US"
"Deregulation, Liberalization, and Privatization of Public Infrastructure and Public Administration"
Lorenzo Tripodi; Firenze Italy
Inura-book: "The Contested Metropolis"
:: abstracts ::
For your preparation for the conference, we collected the abstracts of the presentations and workshops in advance. Here you can download the abstracts and print them for your personal lecture on the trip. They are available as word- and pdf-file.