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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Solidarities between the state and local community in revitalization of old urban cores [WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force and IUAES Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]

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Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 30 Aug 11:00 - 12:45

Description

Room 3.106

Renewal projects aimed at reconstructing old urban cores and revitalizing life in them are complex undertakings with multiple actors. In most cases, the state at different levels of administration (starting from federal to regional and municipal, down to local institutions) initiates such projects and fully or partially funds them. These projects are part of urban and spatial plans of different order and are implemented under varied policies and legal regulations, which impose certain rules of land use, zoning, construction, negotiation, relocation, business stimulation, social work, etc. At the same time, various non-state actors, especially business enterprises, non-governmental organizations, citizens’ and neighborhood associations and groups, as well as concerned individuals, take part in the process. This panel would like to invite researchers that will present and discuss various kinds of partnerships, or rather formal and informal solidarities between the state institutions and local communities. Our interest is to discuss how such solidarities can contribute to positive and negative outcomes of inner city renewal projects. Another words, we want to explore how ethnology, anthropology and related disciplines may be useful in making the future of redeveloped cities, showing how the state can stimulate or respond to initiatives of other actors engaged in the process. We are especially interested in solidarities that bring about vibrant open public space activities and business establishment activities that at the same time preserve the old urban traditions, but also serve as generators of good life and sustainable urban development.

Conveners

  • P 58.1
    • Dr. Vucinic Neskovic, Vesna (University of Belgrade)
    • Dr. Zhang, JiJiao (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)

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Displaying 9 contributions out of 9
This paper shows how cultural diplomacy facilitates public-people solidarities in the revitalization of old cores of the island-cities of Ternate and Tidore, the main seats of the historical World of Maluku, Indonesia. Comparing the two cities as commercetown and courttown, the paper shows that an agency of the central government is needed to facilitate cooperation between local governments and lo ... More
Presented by Dr. Idham Bachtiar SETIADI on 30/8/2019 at 12:00
The characteristics of these ports are: they are greatly affected by the ecological environment; the above-ground resources, underground resources and human resources are relatively abundant; the traffic construction between the eastern port and the western port is quite different; the port communication and cooperation functions are greater than the cultural exchange function; The promotion role ... More
Presented by Dr. Lili XU
According to the Regulations of the Planning of the Space Development Strategy of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the idea of the planning of the Ningxia space development strategy, which is supported in policy and finance by Chinese government, is taking whole Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regin as a city, with the purpose of establishing an unified space system of linking up all areas, and regulating th ... More
Presented by Prof. Sun ZHENYU
Large numbers of rural-to-urban migrant children have brought tremendous incorporation challenges to in China. This paper digs into migrant children’s play activities ,identifying three settings showing that they have been incorporated into the city while situated in marginal positions.
Presented by Dr. Qian LIU on 30/8/2019 at 11:40
The paper aims to deliberate the possibilities for revitalization of old urban cores, as envisaged by the UN New Urban Agenda and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The focus is on urban design and economic development, which should bring together the benefits of open-air public space for human sociability, health and general wellbeing with the benefits of sound business establishments. ... More
Presented by Prof. Vesna VUCINIC NESKOVIC on 30/8/2019 at 9:00
The Vitality Protection and Its Path of Historic Conservation Area——A Case Study of China Retaining residents and their traditional way of life is the key to the continuation of the vitality of historical conservation area. The values, lifestyles, organizational structures, customs and habits formed by people living in this region for generations constitute the cultural information of the ar ... More
Presented by Prof. Jingyu LIANG
In urban planning and design, the better protection and utilization of historical and cultural heritage (especially intangible cultural heritage) can provide more new energy for urban development. The comparative case studies on four domestic and foreign cities, such as York City of UK, Kyoto City of Japan, Dali City of Yunnan Province and Haikou City of Hainan Province in China, showed that the p ... More
Presented by Prof. Jijiao ZHANG on 30/8/2019 at 9:20
Dongxing city is China’s only first-class port connecting Vietnam both by land and sea, and is also an important place linking China’s southwest inland with other bordering countries of China. The urbanization of Dongxing is quite representative among Chinese border cities, it not only benefits from its superb geographic situation and historical accumulation, but also from the implementation o ... More
Presented by Dr. Lin SHI
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