Final presentation "The citizen participation"

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The project: "Citizen participation at the scale of large cities, large intercommunalities and metropolises"

Commissioning organisation : France Urbaine

Students : Margaux Barlet, Paul Foyart, Claire Gohet and Arthur Popelin from the Master Regional and Urban Strategy

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Final presentation "Conception of a study trip to the United Kingdom"

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The project: Conception of a 5-day study trip to the United Kingdom on the theme "After Brexit: The United Kingdom facing its territorial fractures"

Commissioning organisation: Institut des Hautes Etudes d’Aménagement des Territoires (IHEDATE)

Students: Louis Lhomme, Javier Morales Lopez, Basile Richefort and Gautier Stevens from the master Regional and Urban Strategy

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Final presentation "The inclusion of LGBTQI+ people in the city"

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The project "The inclusion of LGBTQI+ people in the city"

Commissioning organisationl’Association Internationale des Maires Francophones (AIMF)

Students: Maël Alonzo, Chloé Deparis, Samuel Ferrer, Anselme Goutte-Broze and Anouk Jeanneau from the master in Governing the Large Metropolis

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Group projects : the final presentations started!

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What is a group project?

Called also capstone or workgroup, this highlight of Master's degrees puts the students in professional situation. These have to answer to an order of a private or public structure on an urban or territorial problem (housing environment, planning, economic development, transport, mobility, etc.).

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The urban planning programme in workshop in Berlin

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THE STUDENTS OF THE URBAN PLANNING PROGRAMME WILL TRAVEL TO BERLIN FROM 20 TO 25 MAY 2019. THE TRIP WILL FOCUS ON ISSUES OF CENTRALITY AND POLY-CENTRALITY.

The students will respond to an order from the Berlin municipality.

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New Working paper for the Cities and digital technology chair

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THE FIRST Working paper OF THE YEAR OF THE CITIES AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CHAIR IS NOW ONLINE.

Alvaro Artigas, associate researcher at Sciences Po’s Centre for European Studies and Comparative Policy and member of the Strategic Committee of the Cities and digital technology chair, discusses the growth of Chinese ICT companies (Information and communication technologies) and its consequences.

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"Data, platforms and cities" conference

Organised by the Cities and digital technology chair
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THE CITIES AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY CHAIR ORGANISE THE COLLOQUIUM "Data, Platforms and Cities" ON THURSDAY, 4 aPril 2019, FROM 5PM TO 8PM.

The conference will welcome Alex Rosenblat, author of Uberland: How Algorithms are Rewriting the Rules of Work and Bianca Wyliefounder of the Open Data Institute Toronto.

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The best of our students' itinerary notes

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As part of the “Introduction to Urban History” transversal course, which is attended by all our first-year students, students must write a itinerary note. But what is it?

This course, at the intersection between intellectual and practical knowledge of metropolitan issues, provides students common core of historical and historiographical knowledge.

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Two original reports for two amazing study trips

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Students of the Master of Regional and Urban Strategy went to Budapest in 2016 and Bucharest in autumn 2017 as part of their second year study trip. Each of the two group of students made a specific studytrip report…

Usually in paper file format, 2016 and 2017 students showed originality in their trip reports. Those who went to Bucharest made a report in the form of a newspaper. For Budapest, this is a blog that was created for the occasion.

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