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R eferences 1. Shaw, K., Butler, T. Urban regeneration. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (Second Edition), 2020, pp. 97‒103. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10349-X 2. Balaban, O., Puppim de Oliveira, J. A. Understanding the links between urban regeneration and climate-friendly urban development: lessons from two case studies in Japan. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 2013, Vol. 19, Issue 8, pp. 868‒890. https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2013.798634 3. Atkinson, R. Discourses of

focused on the need to find a new way of looking at, and resolving, how humans are supposed to create ‘good’ (human scale) and sustainable urban places. A number of theories, approaches, paradigms and ideologies have influenced the contemporary practice of urban planning & design and those effects can be seen in the form of our built environments. We base our discourse on the current urban planning and design literature, on major urban regeneration projects and foremostly on debates in urbanism, including the Michigan Debates in Urbanism (2004), Future of Urbanism

Bouallag-Azoui O. , Berezowska-Azzag E. , 2019 . Decision-making tool for a constructive relation between emblematic facilities and urban regeneration projects applied to the case of Riad El Feth Arts Centre in Algiers . Quaestiones Geographicae 38(4), Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe , Poznań , pp. 107–117 . 4 tables, 6 figs. Introduction The multitude of guidelines and objectives linked to various urban planning instruments and development tools highlight the desire of the city of Algiers to consolidate its position within one of the networks of the world

society can further condition these processes, S. Arnstein (1969) , early on, warned of the necessity to guarantee that the have-nots (i.e. participants that have limited access to standard decision-making) gain actual power of decision in the face of the powerholders (i.e. political sponsors and decision-makers). Therefore, the evaluation is expected to expose value biases and ‘hidden agendas’, while certifying whether goals are being pursued and how this is taking place. Assessments of participatory processes in urban regeneration and other policy domains are mainly

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Social participation enables citizens to take part in the decision-making process. It is an increasingly popular instrument in Poland. The effectiveness of participation is the most important issue in this context. In accordance with the Act of 9 October 2015, urban regeneration mainly applies to mitigating negative social phenomena. The social aspect is also important at the stage of establishing urban regeneration programmes. Extensive social participation in the process of creating these programmes is one of the main requirements. The aim of the article is to present the scale of the involvement of local communities in the procedure of creating regeneration programmes in selected small towns in Poland. Conclusions from the analysis include an assessment of participation success rate in regeneration activities.

article relates to the overall theme of this special issue through its focus on the intersection between urban policy discourses and practices that aim at promoting social cohesion on the one hand, and a focus on ethnicity on the other. The article looks into the specific way in which an agenda of socio-cultural encounters and mixing, based on, for example, urban planning research, is put into practice. We argue that the particular notion of mixing developed in the urban regeneration projects and practices, which are the focus of this article, are tightly linked to the

Commission Meeting Luxembourg: Urban Challenges in a complex World, 4th-9th August 2019. https://www.unil.ch/igu-urban/home/menuinst/meetings/2019-luxembourg.html . Kowalczyk-Anioł, J., Afshar, A. (2018). Gentryfikacja turystyczna jako narzędzie rozwoju miasta. Przykład Meszhed w Iranie. Turystyka Kulturowa , 2 , 7-25. Kozłowski, S., Wojnarowska, A. (2011). Rewitalizacja zdegradowanych obszarów miejskich. Zagadnienia teoretyczne . Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. Lak, A., Gheitasi, M., Timothy, D.J. (2019). Urban regeneration through heritage tourism: cultural

Urban regeneration Despite the noticeable need to undertake action designed to improve the situation of degraded urban spaces, the concept of revitalisation, also referred to as urban regeneration, has until recently been interpreted in various ways. It was primarily understood as the renovation or modernisation of buildings and public spaces. This understanding probably resulted from the lack of a comprehensive statutory definition. One of the first Polish definitions referred to urban regeneration as: ‘a process of continuous actions, the aim of which is to