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RELOCAL on European Planning Studies Journal

RELOCAL team has published 9 papers on European Planning Studies Journal. These form one special issue edited on "Place-based Development and Spatial Justice". Within EU Cohesion Policy a place-based approach is expected to promote a strategic shift towards more place-sensitive,…

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RELOCAL Online Policy Webinar 3

"Top-down vs bottom-up approaches in promoting place-based and participatory action" As part of the RELOCAL webinar series “Policy Considerations”, the RELOCAL team organised a webinar on 19 May assembling RELOCAL researchers, colleagues from the H2020 partner project IMAJINE and policymakers…

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RELOCAL Online Policy Webinar 2

"Two urban RELOCAL cases with governance innovation in the spotlight: Stockholm Commission and Lodz Participatory Budget" Two of the RELOCAL case studies have been presented on this webinar. 1)The Stockholm Commission (Thomas Borén, Stockholm University): Stockholm is an internationally successful…

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Situating the RELOCAL Cases

Sabine Weck, Viktoria Kamuf & Felix Matzke (ILS Dortmund) The aim of this report is to provide an overview of the characteristics of the total sample of 33 RELOCAL cases. The core component of the empirical research in this project…

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Exploring the role of place-based knowledge

Thomas Borén, Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University The present report is an empirical analyses of a number of key case studies in the RELOCAL project. Using a comparative perspective, the report analyses a) the forms, expressions and ways of…

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