The Making of Movement Conference – Outcomes:
■ More than 500 people had registered for the international conference at la Bellevilloise on March 26 and 27 this year. 31 nationalities represented, academics and researchers from various disciplines, students, representatives of major corporations in the transport, construction and telecommunications sectors, investors, experts and engineering offices, urban design agencies and NGOs, followed discussions between experts from all around the world. Thank you all for coming.
■ Discussion continues online on the forum and through the comments you can post.
■ The Young Researcher Prize for the best account of a local controversy was jointly awarded to:
Ludivine Damay, postgraduate at the Saint-Louis de Bruxelles University Faculties, for her article An RER in Brussels? Space of rivalries and mobility governance and to Cristhian Figueroa, a young academic at the Pontifical University of Santiago de Chile, Santiago de Chile’s streets: between Transantiago and local demands.
■ The PowerPoint presentations of the contributions by the speakers from China, Latin America and Europe are online.
■ Also on our website:
- 3 minutes to convince, with a dozen researchers and experts from different countries expressing their views or describing a local controversy (in "Multimedia productions") :
- The Making of Movement, The Film, a 3-D summary of the main issues covered (in "Multimedia productions") :
- La Fabrique de la Cité asked four public action witnesses and actors the following question: What is it that drives public action on urban mobility issues ? The opportunity to talk about their relationship with mobility through concrete projects.
The international research programme and conference are headed by the City on the Move Institute/PSA Peugeot Citroën (IVM) with its China and Latin America chairs, and by Fabrique de la Cité, in partnership with Paris-East University and with the support of the Île-de- France Institute of Urban Planning and the Caisse des dépôts et Consignations Research Institute, with the participation of FNAU (National Federation of Planning Agencies).
Initiative funded by the Ile-de-France Region (0810 18 18 18 ).