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Book Launch on Urban Heritage in Dar es Salaam

Organizers: TU-Berlin, DARCH, in collaboration with Ardhi University Location: DARCH, Old Boma corner Sokoine Dr & Morogoro Road Dar es Salaam Date: 27 September 2017 – 20:00 Don’t miss the IAPS 2017 evening event in the City Centre! The book will be launched on 27 September 2017 in the Dar es Salam Centre for Architectural […]

IAPS 2017 Symposium will be truly international!

The IAPS 2017 scientific committee has accepted over 90 abstracts from 26 different countries. The Symposium will be attended by a wide range of top international scholars with a good turnout of African participants representing Tanzania, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia, as well as several Asian, European, North American […]

IAPS 2017 – The symposium venue is confirmed

The venue for the upcoming IAPS 2017 Symposium will be the White Sands Hotel. This beach front hotel is located in the Mbezi Beach area and offers spacious and flexible function halls as well as break-away rooms. Attendees are encouraged to stay at the hotel to take full advantage of its facilities (WiFi, swimming pool, […]

Early bird registration open now

The early bird registration period is open until 30 April 2017. Please take advantage of the reduced price ($300 USD for researchers, $190 USD for students). This price includes 3-day access to an exciting symposium, the full symposium programme, a book of abstracts, coffee breaks, lunch every day as well as the symposium dinner (with […]

Goal Accomplished!

Around 100 individual abstracts were submitted to IAPS 2017. We are grateful and excited about the response coming from submitters all over the world. We have received abstracts from over 18 countries! Most of them are in English, a few are in French and all 7 themes are covered. The review process begins now. We […]

Why is it worth attending IAPS 2017?

Read what Prof. Kris Wernstedt from Virginia Tech has to say: The IAPS 2017 symposium presents an unusual opportunity for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners in the Global South and North to meet and to challenge each other to confront unusual ideas. In my own environmental policy research, I too often meet only familiar colleagues at […]