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Venue- India Habitat Center
19 September 2019 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM| Juniper, India Habitat Center
Panel discussion: India’s Urban Engagement: Government and the City
Urbanisation has been at the forefront of the Government of India’s priorities. An array of central government schemes have supported the development of urban infrastructure, housing, smart cities, heritage and livelihoods. How are these policy interventions shaping urban India? In this session, senior officials from the government will offer insights and interact with the audience.
Organiser: National Institute of Urban Affairs | Max Registrations: 70
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20 September 2019 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM | Maple, India Habitat Center
Presentation and Dialogue: Introducing the Urban Studies Foundation
This event aims to introduce the Urban Studies Foundation (USF) and showcase its activities to the RC21 conference participants. During the evening, Board members will dialogue with past recipients of the Seminar Series Competition, International Fellowships and Postdoctoral Research Fellowships awarded by USF, followed by a Q & A.
Organiser: Urban Studies Foundation | Max Registrations: 30
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21 September 2019 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM | Maple, India Habitat Center
Panel 1: Urbanization, Gender and the Labor Market
This session looks at recent work conducted across Delhi, Dhanbad, Indore, Patna, and Varanasi — by the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI) at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania Institute for the Advance Study of India (UPIASI) — on gender inequalities in the household, low physical mobility of women, and poor female labor force outcomes. We discuss and present data on the role that urban planning and structure have to play in the observed outcomes, and how these factors interact with social and demographic factors.
Organiser: University of Pennsylvania Institute for the Advanced Study of India (UPIASI)
Panel 2: Tacit knowledge: key to informal cities?
Tacit Urban knowledge network is an ambitious multi-institution multi-site research programme, which aims to re-theorize ‘urban informality’ from a knowledge perspective. It takes a thoroughly relational approach to urban change.
Organiser: Tacit Urban Knowledge Network
Max Registrations: 30
Register here- Event 3- Urbanisation & Tacit Knowledge