The Voices from the Community section of the IJURR Foundation website is a space for past and present award holders to reflect on their experience of the IJURR Foundation. Over the 27 years since it was established, the Foundation has supported hundreds of outstanding scholars around the world. Some have gone on to work in academic positions, while others have moved into a diverse range of careers and positions. It is time to share the stories from this rich network of alumni and find out more about the people supported by the Foundation, and where this support has helped to take them in their lives and careers.

We welcome new blogs from IJURR Foundation Alumni to Sarah Daisy (Company Secretary).

Lubumbashi smelter: extraction and urbanization. Photo: Brandon Marc Finn, January 5, 2019

Adapting and Expanding Urban Research on Informality, Sustainability, and Inequality

by Brandon Finn (Studentship Holder, 2020)

‘Empowering Women – Empowering Humanity: Picture It!’ Public participation at a graffiti workshop in Rio de Janeiro, promoted by UN Women Brazil #orangeurhood. Photo: Fernando Frazão/Agência Brasil, December 2014. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Feminicide in Rio de Janeiro

by Brena O’Dwyer (Writing Up Grant holder, 2021)

Reflection on the Effect of IJURR Foundation Writing up Grant

by Divine M. Asafo (Writing up Grant holder, 2020)

 

 


‘Wrocław Główny after the reconstruction’. Photo: Maria Węgrzynowska, 2016

The Beautiful, the Cosy, the Exciting—Aesthetic Desires We Live By

by Anastasiya Halauniova (Writing up Grant holder, 2020)

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