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Thursday, April 4 • 3:10pm - 4:30pm
Thursday - Citizen Participation and Collaborative Urban Planning [URBAN ISSUES IN ASIA & PACIFIC RIM TRACK]

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Moderator: Carolyn Whitzman (University of Melbourne)

  • All the Best Meetings Happen in the Car Park': Exploring Spaces of Participation in Urban Regeneration Processes
    Kathryn Scott (University of Auckland)
  • Vibrant Cities, Vibrant Cultures: Researching Indigenous People's Participation in Urban Development
    Keriata Stuart (University of Otago), Anaru Waa (University of Otago), John Ryks (Aria Research), Philippa Howden-Chapman (University of Otago), Bridget Robson (University of Otago)
  • Urban Transformation in a Transitional Economy: Is "Gentrification" a Analytically Useful Concept for Vietnam
    Ngai-ming Yip (City University of Hong Kong), Hoai Anh Tran (Malmo University of Sweden)
  • An Analysis of the Incentives and Motivation for Urban Planning in China’s Local Government
    Dongquan Li (Renmin University)


Dongquan Li

Renmin University

Kathryn Scott

PhD candidate & Social Researcher, University of Auckland & Landcare Research
I am an anthropologist on a multidisciplinary urban research team at Landcare Research (a Crown Research Institute)and have been undertaking doctoral research for the last 3 years.Our team has developed technologies and capacity in low impact urban design, and continue to work at... Read More →
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Keriata Stuart

Project Leader, Waiti Research/Resilient Urban Futures research programme, University of Otago
As both researcher and policy advisor, I'm passionate about: indigenous participation in urban development the value of traditional indigenous knowledge in urban development, particularly improving urban sustainability a holistic approach to wellbeing of peoples in urban settings... Read More →
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Hoai Anh Tran

Malmo University of Sweden


Anaru Waa

University of Otago

Bridget Robson

University of Otago

John Ryks

Aria Research
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Ngai-ming Yip

City University of Hong Kong

Philippa Howden-Chapman

University of Otago


Carolyn Whitzman

University of Melbourne

Thursday April 4, 2013 3:10pm - 4:30pm PDT
Crystal Room