What do we need to do? That’s the question The Judith Neilson Chair aims to answer. What do we need to do for communities that live in chronic poverty and vulnerability? Or those communities displaced by conflict? How do we arm people with the knowledge and skills to deal with increasing natural disasters? How can the practise of architecture seek to answer these questions?
Call for Sessional Teaching Opportunities in the Planning Program
Introducing City Planning
By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. Tomorrow’s planners will need to be responsive and progressive in rising to the challenges of rapidly growing and changing cities.
In 2016, UNSW will launch the Bachelor of City Planning (Hons) and Master of City Planning. These new degrees are a bold statement in the Australian context, representing a commitment to metropolitan challenges in a global city.