Read the new eBook on the history and work of AAPS

Monday, 16 May 2016
Read the new eBook on the history and work of AAPS

AAPS is pleased to announce the release of a new eBook detailing and reflecting on the history and work of the Association. 

Entitled Moving On: The Journey of the Association of African Planning Schools, the eBook features contributions from many people who played key roles in establishing the network, including Vanessa Watson, Babatunde Agbola, Tumsifu Nnkya, Peter Ngau and Nancy Odendaal.

Compiled by the AAPS secretariat, Moving On provides an important record of the evolution of AAPS over the past two decades.

Please click here to download and read the eBook (18,6 MB).

A low-resolution version (3,6 MB) of the eBook is available here (please note that this version has certain functionality disabled, including links and some images).

This book aims to tell the unfolding story of the Association of African Planning Schools (AAPS), its origins, aims and experience over the first ten years of its existence. The book presents the journey of AAPS and in telling the stories, seeks to show how the idea of revitalizing planning education and practice unfolded, developed and is slowly being implemented.


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