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IfL in brief – archive

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Support for Ukrainian researchers

The IfL is committed as a host institution for researchers who have fled Ukraine. 

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RGS Annual International Conference Newcastle 2022

The Call for Papers for the Session "Geographies of Recovery? Development Pathways and Prospects for ‘Left Behind Places’", co-organised by IfL-researcher Tim Leibert, is now open.

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CfP: Global Conference on Economic Geography 2022 Dublin

Special sessions with the participation of the IfL will deal with global knowledge economy and "left behind regions". Abstract submission until 11 February 2022

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New competence network for conflict research

IfL to contribute cartographic and visualisation-critical perspective

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„Infrastructure planning is about hegemonial knowledge“

Lela Rekhviashvili and Wladimir Sgibnev discuss conflicts and contentions around infrastructures in the former Soviet Union

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Market-driven versus state-led urban development?

How post-socialist city debates can contribute more to urban theory

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IfL female scientists accepted into the Leibniz Association's mentoring programme

Our IfL colleagues Sofia Gavrilova and Bettina Bruns have successfully applied as mentees for the new round of Leibniz Mentoring.

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Enlightening change of location

Since he witnessed workers cutting down park trees in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Kirill Galustov has been concerned with the question of how to improve life in cities.

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China and Belarus - two unequal partners

Belarus is pinning high hopes on closer economic relations with China. However, the two countries, which differ in many respects, are still far from a true partnership.

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Towards new development paths

What do Lauchhammer in Brandenburg, Sweden's northernmost city Kiruna and Tatabánya in Hungary have in common?

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