Monday, October 7, 2013
I am bummed I can't figure out a way to make it to Israel in February because I have been really jonesing to attend a PLPR Conference. Hopefully some of you will find time and money to travel there. The organizers have asked me to post the following:
The International Academic Association for Planning Law and Property Rights, 8thAnnual Conference 2014 will take place in Haifa Israel, Feb. 11-14, 2014.
This is a reminder that the deadline for abstract submissions for PLPR 2014 is 15 October 2013. Click here for the website, here for the call for papers and here to submit your abstract now.
We are happy to announce that our opening reception will take place on 12 Februaryand will be hosted by the Mayor of Haifa, in the historic City Hall in the Hadar mid-town area. In addition, we will have a special pre-dinner reception on 13 February, hosted by the
We are happy to announce that our opening reception will take place on 12 Februaryand will be hosted by the Mayor of Haifa, in the historic City Hall in the Hadar mid-town area. In addition, we will have a special pre-dinner reception on 13 February, hosted by the Bahai World Center (click here for more on the Bahai Gardens in Haifa).
Please note that we have added a new workshop to our list of optional pre-conference workshops:
Please note that we have added a new workshop to our list of optional pre-conference workshops: Workshop 5 on National Land Ownership and housing policy. Click here to see the new workshop in the list and and to submit your workshop registration form (you are welcome to resubmit if your preferences have changed).
We look forward to seeing you at PLPR 2014 Conference
Rachelle Alterman for the Local Organizing Committee
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