Tag Archive | Urbane Transformation

New Publication on Urban Transformation in Jakarta und Berlin 2022

New Publication on Urban Transformation in Jakarta und Berlin 2022


Posted on 02:48 PM in Activities, Disasters, Human Development, Indonesia, Information and Analysis, Project Urban Transformation, Publications, Studies, Environment & Climate
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Panel discussion “Urban Transformation for Who?” & publication launch

Panel discussion “Urban Transformation for Who?” & publication launch


Event on 16th November 2022, 4:00 p.m. CET; 10 p.m. WIB at Berlin Global Village. For online participation please register here

Increasing urbanisation on a global scale and the climate crisis pose numerous challenges for urban dwellers. At the same time just and sustainable urban transformation presents a chance for meaningful change.  In order to maintain life at a sustainable level and to counter existing path dependencies, however, numerous “turnarounds” are necessary. These encompass the areas of mobility, industry, construction, ... read more

Posted on 01:29 PM in Indonesia
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(Deutsch) Leerstand – Verfall – Abriss – Neubau – Profit: Was setzen wir dem entgegen?!”

(Deutsch) Leerstand – Verfall – Abriss – Neubau – Profit: Was setzen wir dem entgegen?!”


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Posted on 09:36 PM in Activities, Human Development, Human Rights, Indonesia, Land & Indigenous Rights, Mining, Project Urban Transformation, Transitional Justice, Environment & Climate
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Project: “Urban Transformation in Indonesia and Germany – Identifying Challenges, Seizing Opportunities”.

Project: “Urban Transformation in Indonesia and Germany – Identifying Challenges, Seizing Opportunities”.


Project: “Urban Transformation in Indonesia and Germany – Identifying Challenges, Seizing Opportunities”.

Background to our current education and information project in the field of development education

In 2018, about 4.2 billion people worldwide lived in cities, which corresponds to about 55% of the global population. Estimates suggest that by 2050 nearly 70% percent of all people will live in cities. This means that within less than thirty years up to 2.5 billion people will move to urban areas. Most of this urban ... read more

Posted on 10:25 AM in Indonesia, Campaign, Project Urban Transformation
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