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Special Issue “Migration-Led Institutional Change in Urban Development and Planning” in Urban Planning 6(2) released

The Special Issue “Migration-Led Institutional Change in Urban Development and Planning” edited by Robert Barbarino [http://www.ips.raumplanung.tu-dortmund.de/cms/de/Mitarbeiter_innen/Wissenschaftliche_Mitarbeiter_-innen_REL/Robert-Barbarino.html], Charlotte Räuchle [https://www.geo.fu-berlin.de/en/geog/fachrichtungen/anthrogeog/g-t-g/ehemalige-MitarbeiterInnen/craeuchle/index.html] (FU Berlin) and Wolfgang Scholz [https://www.irpud.raumplanung.tu-dortmund.de/staffdetails/viewstaff/wscholz/] (IRPUD) has been published within Urban Planning 6(2) [https://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/issue/view/218].

 

As part of INTERPART [https://www.interpart.org/ergebnisse], the Special Issue examines, seeks to understand how migration-led development processes in cities promote and shape institutional change, and which actors transform policies, structures, and discourses on migration in different settings. It questions how migration-related issues in urban development are being handled and transformed by local state and civil society actors. With 11 empirical articles on local negotiations of migration in urban development in different settings, this thematic issue applies an institutional change perspective on

local migration policy-making to contribute to a broader understanding of migration-led development in both urban and migration studies.