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As a network, INTALInC is keen to inspire and promote the work of young researchers in our field. On Thursday 3rd May, INTALInC partners were joined by about 20 early career researchers and postgraduate students for a workshop showcasing their research, and looking at issues around doing research in low income countries. Nine workshop participants…
INTALInC and the Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford hosted around 40 participants at a public dissemination event held in Oxford on 4th May 2018. The event was the culmination of the first eighteen months of INTALInC’s work and brought together guests from our ‘case study countries’, Ghana, Bangladesh and Nigeria; as well…
Planning is now underway for a dissemination event which will take place over two days on 3rd and 4th May 2018 at the University of Oxford. The first day of the workshop will be entirely devoted to an Early Career Researchers’ workshop, which will include a keynote given by Professor Karen Lucas (INTALInC Director, University…
In October 2017, INTALInC members joined with around 30 local and international stakeholders and academic staff for a two day workshop held at Lagos State University, Nigeria. The workshop looked at the mobility needs of populations inhabiting Nigeria’s informal communities and slums, and encompassed a fieldtrip to Makoko, a riverine community in Lagos, as well…
We are delighted to welcome Centro de Desarrollo Urbano Sustentable (CEDEUS) to INTALInC. CEDEUS is an initiative led by Universidad Católica de Chile in association with Universidad de Concepción. The centre aims to become the primary research, training and innovation centre working to identify and respond to the challenges of urban sustainability in Chile. CEDEUS…
The fourth INTALInC international, research into practice workshop will take place at the University of Makerere, Kampala on 23rd-24th January 2018. Workshop participants will include representatives of local governance organisations, NGOs and academic researchers. The event, structured in three parts, will encompass panel discussions, fieldwork activities and presentations, and will provide attendees with the opportunity…
The Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford is seeking to employ a Research Associate for a three year project on informal everyday mobilities in cities in Sub-Saharan Africa, and possibly in India and/or Colombia. The project will consider how and to what extent informal transport systems – (mini)bus, taxi, motorcycle/moped, tri/bicycle – enable…
The report of the second international INTALInC ‘Research into Practice’ workshop is now available. The report is a summary of activity and discussions at the workshop held at the University of Asia Pacific, Bangladesh in August 2017. It also includes findings from the workshop in terms of the specific challenges faced by users of Dhaka’s…
INTALInC is pleased to welcome a new partner to the Network. Walk21 is an international charity working to support and promote more walking, making it an enjoyable part of daily transport, recreation and health. The organisation has been growing its network of communities of interest in walking since 2000 and the network now extends worldwide….
According to the Global Mobility Report, the transport sector is not on track towards achieving sustainable mobility. The Global Mobility Report is the first ever assessment of the transport sector. It was produced by the Sustainable Mobility for All initiative (SuM4All)—a worldwide consortium of over 50 leading organisations in the transport sector. The Global Mobility…