17th N-AERUS Conference: 2016 in Gothenburg. Governing, Planning and Managing the City in an Uncertain World. Cooperative Perspectives on Everyday Practices.
N-AERUS is a pluridisciplinary network of researchers and experts working on urban issues in Developing countries.
During the 17th and 19th November the 17th N-Aerus international conference “Governing, planning and managing the city in an uncertain world” will take place at the School of Public Administration (Sprängkullsgatan 19). The conference is organised with the collaboration of School of Public Administration, the Swedish International Center for Local Democracy ICLD, the School of Business, Economics and Law, the School of Global Studies, Chalmers University of Technology, and Mistra Urban Futures.
Björn Möller and Håkan Magnusson at the ICLD will moderate one of the seminars on participation, and ICLD Advisory Group member Dr Pamela Mbabazi will present a paper.
The conference focuses on urban development and inclusive urban governance issues on cities of the Global south, but also includes contributions related to issues of mobility, migration, integration and segregation in global North cities. Ninety participants from all over the world are participating in the conference: from scholars to consultants, and civil servants.
You can find the full program and most of the papers in the links below. The keynote speakers are: Anja Frank (School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg), Abdoumaliq Simone (Goldsmith College, University of London) and Diana Mitlin (University of Manchester & International Institute for Environment and Development).