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30 nov Turkey, cities and camps

This week I am in Turkey, the country hosting the astonishing number of over 3 million refugees. The facilities are top notch and cities as well as their inhabitants have shown remarkable resilience in the face of this great influx.... Read more ›

15 nov Blog by Arne Musch – Iraqi Kurdistan

Today I am in Dahuk in Iraqi Kurdistan for a spatial planning workshop. ... Read more ›

20 okt So much more than land registration alone

We gather beneath the tree. On the spot where the SVGF – the land management commission on village level – usually enters into dialogue with the inhabitants. Our visit to their lands just now was followed with great attention. ... Read more ›

4 okt Blog on Study Visit Lebanon & Libya

A week full with new experiences.... Read more ›

27 sep “People experienced for the first time that ‘free cheese’ does not necessarily has to lead to a mouse trap”

“People experienced for the first time that ‘free cheese’ does not necessarily has to lead to a mouse trap”. This is just one of the gems my colleague Alma Masic and I encountered during our monitoring mission in June, interviewing all participant municipalities on their actual experiences during the project with citizen participation and cooperation within the project teams.... Read more ›

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