UNREAD+ received SEED4EU+ funding
We are pleased to announce that the project 'Urban regulations and political memory: towards understanding spatio-temporal aspects of urban development PLUS (UNREAD+)' was selected to receive SEED4EU+ funding, in which two members from Urban and Regional Laboratory (URRlab), Martin Ouředníček and Adel Petrovic, are participating with three 4EU+ partner universities (Sorbonne University, University of Milan, University of Warsaw).
The 'original' UNREAD project has been expanded, and now UNREAD+ welcomes a new member, Sorbonne University, and is expanded with new teaching and scientific activities. UNREAD+ also aims to improve organisational and administrative collaboration, expand the team in geography by involving additional faculties, cooperate with practitioners through workshops and seminars, disseminate the course outcomes through new communication routes, and provide additional soft skills for students and tutors.
More information about the #Growing Together call outcomes: https://4euplus.eu/4EU-693.html?