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Jus’t Spatial Design Practice in South(ern) Africa

Just Spatial Design ZA (JSD_ZA) is an initiative that seeks to draw, collect, and share perspectives, resources, and learnings from a diverse network of organisations, practices, students and various other entities and individuals who are working towards spatial justice through spatial design in our cities. The website and associated social media presence aims to serve as both a platform and a resource for design practitioners who are working towards spatial justice in South Africa.


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Start Date :

16 June 2022


End Date :

17 June 2024

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Future Cities Africa Discussions

"Future Cities Africa is a knowledge platform hosting digital discussions with thought leaders and experts at the forefront of major trends, projects, innovations, challenges and opportunities impacting the future of African Cities. Digital discussions can be accessed on demand and the content is evergreen! It also has the ability to reach a continental and international audience, helping all stakeholders stay informed. FCA discussions cover on a broad range of sectors and industries ranging from technology, government, built environment, energy, mobility, climate change, finance, citizen centric services and more."


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Start Date :

1 January 2021


End Date :

31 December 2022

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SACPLAN Discussion Forum

Designed as a collaboration between the South African Planning Education Research Project (SAPER) and the SA Council for Planners (SACPLAN), this forum seeks to create a digital space where planners from across South Africa, Africa and globally can debate critical issues and ask for advice. The forum itself is divided into ten sub-forums: General; Human Settlements; Land Use Management; Spatial Planning; Sustainability, SDGs and Planning; COVID-19 and Post-pandemic Cities; Climate Change; GIS and Technology; Mentoring; and Students and Early Career.


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Start Date :

1 April 2021


End Date :

31 December 2022

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SkyscraperCity

A forum community dedicated to skyscrapers, towers, high-rises, construction, and city planning enthusiasts. Join the discussion about structures, styles, reviews, scale, transportation, skylines, architecture, and more.


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Start Date :

1 January 2020


End Date :

31 December 2023

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Cyburbia

'Cyburbia' describes itself as a "friendly big tent" where the experiences and thoughts are shared about "urban planning practice, planning adjacent topics, and whatever else comes to mind".


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Start Date :

1 January 2020


End Date :

31 December 2023

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The OECD Forum Network

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems. At the OECD Forum, policies and ideas are shared by a growing community of leaders and influencers from government, business, civil society and academia. The Forum is designed to allow the OECD Forum community to extend their discussions and exchanges year-round, and to expand the network to include those who cannot attend the conference in person.


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Start Date :

1 January 2020


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31 December 2023

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