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'Through Local Eyes' Conference
From Monday 29 October 2018
To Wednesday 31 October 2018

The conference 'Through Local Eyes: Place-based approaches to emerging architectural, urban design and planning challenges in Africa and the Global South' is a joint initiative of research groups working in the Université libre de Bruxelles, the University of Addis Ababa and the Université de Liège.

​There conference is conceived as a platform for researchers, PhD students, academics, decisions makers and practitioners whose work engages local approaches to the built environment at different scales in the global South and in particular in Africa.

Contribution proposals should be introduced through the conference's online submission platform (available starting 27 December 2017). File formats and subsequent guidelines will be directly indicated on the submission platform.

​Contributions proposals to this conference will undergo two distinct revisions stages: 1) at the submission of abstracts; 2) at the submission of full-papers / extended abstracts. each stage will be subject to a peer review process. Contributions will be examined by the scientific committee, and selected according to criteria of originality, scientific quality, geographic and gender representativeness.

​Abstracts are due by 15 January 2018. Applicants may submit multiple contributions of different formats (one contribution per format), but must enter only one contribution at a time per submission via the online platform. The different formats are full length paper, full session, poster, training workshop, and lightning talk. Details to be found in the format section of the website. Abstracts must be clear and well written. The official language for submission is English, nevertheless, contributions in French are also welcomed.

​Acceptance and registration fees (approximately 50 to 70 euros) will be announced by 17 February 2018.

For further information, click here to download the call for papers document.

Location Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

'Through Local Eyes' Conference

Location : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Contact : https://www.conferenceaddis2018.org
From Monday 29 October 2018
To Wednesday 31 October 2018

The conference 'Through Local Eyes: Place-based approaches to emerging architectural, urban design and planning challenges in Africa and the Global South' is a joint initiative of research groups working in the Université libre de Bruxelles, the University of Addis Ababa and the Université de Liège.

​There conference is conceived as a platform for researchers, PhD students, academics, decisions makers and practitioners whose work engages local approaches to the built environment at different scales in the global South and in particular in Africa.

Contribution proposals should be introduced through the conference's online submission platform (available starting 27 December 2017). File formats and subsequent guidelines will be directly indicated on the submission platform.

​Contributions proposals to this conference will undergo two distinct revisions stages: 1) at the submission of abstracts; 2) at the submission of full-papers / extended abstracts. each stage will be subject to a peer review process. Contributions will be examined by the scientific committee, and selected according to criteria of originality, scientific quality, geographic and gender representativeness.

​Abstracts are due by 15 January 2018. Applicants may submit multiple contributions of different formats (one contribution per format), but must enter only one contribution at a time per submission via the online platform. The different formats are full length paper, full session, poster, training workshop, and lightning talk. Details to be found in the format section of the website. Abstracts must be clear and well written. The official language for submission is English, nevertheless, contributions in French are also welcomed.

​Acceptance and registration fees (approximately 50 to 70 euros) will be announced by 17 February 2018.

For further information, click here to download the call for papers document.

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