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Oktober 2021

The 17th Urban Management Program commenced October 18th 2021, with 22 students from the following countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Nepal, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Palestine, Thailand, Argentina, Indonesia, Chile.

November 2020

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The 16th Urban Management Program commenced November 2nd 2020, with 16 students from the following countries: Egypt, Colombia, Honduras, Indonesia, New Zealand, Germany, Bangladesh, South Korea, Brazil, Uganda, South Africa, Russia, Ukraine.

September 2020:

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(Post) COVID City: Reports from the Future

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people living in metropolitan areas have been among the worst hit and vulnerable: unprepared healthcare networks, overwhelmed governments, collapsing economies, the exploitation of so-called “frontline workers” and unfit urban infrastructure.

This mini-series of podcasts are speculations how our cities will be lastingly shaped by the current pandemic outbreak. In reports from the future issues such as mutual aid and solidarity, inequality and migration, public space, mobility, urban tourism, labour, urban planning and environmental changes are addressed. The podcasts are a result of a block seminar with Urban Management master students from Technical University Berlin taught by Christian Haid and Lukas Staudinger from POLIGONAL Office for Urban Communication Berlin.

https://soundcloud.com/user-822578217/sets/post-covid-city-reports-from-the-future

July 2020:

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Former UM students offered an online alumni workshop on the topic: ‘Complexity of Little and Big Things: Urban Management in Pandemic Crisis’.

Summer semester 2020 and winter semester 2020/21:

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Due to COVID 19 Pandemia the summer semester 2020 and the winter semester 2020/21 at the Urban Management Masters Course are carried out in an online format.

 

 

January 2020: Construction and Demolition Waste in Kosovo. A case study in the municipalities of Pristina and Fushe Kosova (2019)

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The 2018/19 Urban Management class carried out a case study project in Kosovo. In collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Municipalities of Pristina and Fushe Kosova, the students work focuses on real-life waste management issues, especially regarding Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW). The report assesses the current situation before developing an adequate alternative propose on how to deal with CDW which is based on several findings through research, interviews and discussions. It then gives incentives based on the gained knowledge and relates them to the legal framework of Kosovarian law.

Report Kosovo

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