2nd RELOCAL Project Conference – The Role of the Local in Improving Cohesion and Spatial Justice: Integrating place-based with top-down approaches to local development
7th March 2019, Lodz, Poland
The second RELOCAL Project Conference “The Role of the Local in Improving Cohesion and Spatial Justice: integrating place-based with top-down approaches to local development” will take place on 7th March 2019 in Lodz Agency for Regional Development and will be hosted by the Department of Regional and Social Geography, University of Lodz, Poland.
The conference intends to provide the debate on contemporary approaches to local development addressing the challenge of socio-economic and territorial cohesion by emphasizing the role of place and territory, and their specific assets. One of the main aims of the conference is to make a room for joint discussion of representatives of related, ongoing or already finalized projects funded by European Commission Programs. Results of this discussion will be taken forward to shape the further work of the RELOCAL Project.
Scholars, practitioners and policy makers are invited to share their conceptual or empirical findings as well as practical experience on identifying policies promoting spatial justice and socio-economic well-being at various levels of governance.
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