‚Renovate Europe’ as stress test for integration – inclusive renovation or renoviction? URBACT UEU alumni meeting Iván Tosics TPE 2 March 2021 (52 mins, starts at min 7)

AN INTERESTING BATTLEFIELD: PLANNING FOR THE RECOVERS IN THE EU Presentation given in an URBACT meeting, 17 November 2020.

Manuel Aalbers and Iván Tosics: From the financialization of the city to planning for efficient housing. Hosted by Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa 30 October 2019

The 15th Lecture Series took place at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, Portugal and featured two talks by Manuel Aalbers and Iván Tosics.

In the first talk, Manuel Aalbers argued that a new form of urban development is emerging in which processes of financialization play a key role, and focus on the implications for the emerging, global housing crises. In the second talk, Iván Tosics reflected on how planning can contribute to efficient and inclusive housing, and the role of the various actors at stake.

Recording at the EWRC’2018 in Brussels on 4. October 2018 after “Remaking the City: discover our new digital tool!” presentation Live demonstration of a website helping the public sector discover innovative practices to find new ways of using space in cities.

This presentation is a live recording from Ivan Tosics at Pakhuis De Zwijger in Amsterdam on May 26, 2016. In the lecture series Europe by People Ivan Tosics talks about the meaning and possibilities of urban development in the fringe. Nine European cities – Antwerp, Brno, Baia Mare, Barcelona M.A., Düsseldorf, Casoria, Solin, Oslo and Vienna – work together on the topic sub.urban. Reinventing the fringe.

Find out more on sub.urban. Reinventing the fringe:

We recorded your talk at the AESOP 2015. You can see your presentation here 25 years after: The Development Path of the “East” of Europe

Urban regeneration after the crisis: to what extent can innovation replace public money? Presentation at the conference: Innovation, creativity and culture: outline of a new socio-economic post-crisis model for cities and regions. December 10-11, 2015. Barcelona. Faculty of Economics and Business. University of Barcelona. Organization: University of Barcelona (Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway), University of Valencia (Pau Rausell) and University of Lleida (Joan Ganau)

Recording of conference presentation in the 2013 European Network of Housing Research (ENHR) conference, held in Tarragona