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TRACK 01: POSTGROWTH
Planning for other worlds and different development models
TRACK 02: MARKETS
Planning for property markets, Financialization, and Private Actors
TRACK 03: LAW
Planning and procedures for land-use and transport policies
TRACK 04: BORDERS
Integrated planning over the borders
TRACK 05: MOBILITY
Planning for an accessible, affordable and sustainable mobility
TRACK 06: GOVERNANCE
Planning and democracy: decisions, actors, partnershipsand conflicts
TRACK 07: ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE
Planning for resilience, sustainability, climate change and the environment
TRACK 08: PUBLIC SPACE
Planning for cultural diversity, peace and the experience of places
TRACK 09: INCLUSION
Planning for Fair, Plural, and Welcoming Cities
TRACK 10: EDUCATION
Interdisciplinary planning education: challenges, dialogues, innovations
TRACK 11: HOUSING
Planning for affordable cities and new models of living
TRACK 12: FUTURING
Planning as a game-changer: utopias, scenarios and narratives vs tools, actions, politics of change
TRACK 13: THEORIES
Planning Theories as Gamechangers?
TRACK 14: POLICY MOBILITY
Planning models, circulation and learning across boundaries
TRACK 15: HISTORIES
Knowledge exchanges in urban developments from a historical perspective
TRACK 16: NETWORKS AND DATA
Planning and socio-technical systems, digital methodsand technologies
TRACK 17: RISKS
Planning for adaptive capacity: disasters, uncertainty, long-term problems, preparedness and responsiveness
TRACK 18: ACTORS' CONSTELLATIONS
Public, private and third-sector actors in planning processes
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