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Covid-19 Threads #2: Drew Penkala

https://vimeo.com/416094320 Covid-19 Threads is a series of short films presenting twitter posts that have appeared with...

Design & society: “local community should be involved”

“When they're designing things in cities, local community people should be involved, because it is we that are actually going to...

Covid-19 Threads #1: Arnav Agarwal

https://vimeo.com/414228008 Covid-19 Threads is a series of short films presenting twitter posts that have appeared with...

South London: the new hotspot?

SouthBank IQ is a research study and consultation document by Images&Co that evaluates the potential for innovation-led growth in South London. The...

Northern Powerhouse Mk. III

The Northern Powerhouse Mk III is just around the corner, but how will it compare with its predecessors? The...

Manchester launches a design manifesto

This is the text of the statement issued by Manchester City Council and Design Manchester on 19 October 2018

Professor John Benyon, criminologist and passionate educator

John Benyon was Professor of Political Studies at the University of Leicester from 1993 until his death on 19 May aged...

The world of elective intrusion

Presentation delivered at a Close & Remote symposium on secure cities at Deptford Lounge in south-east London on May 9, 2013.

Raj Loomba: the widows’ voice

The lot of a widow is shocking in many parts of the world, the sorrow of losing her husband compounded by...

Freedom and the far right: Europe’s bewildering dilemma

The Dutch this weekend are conducting the kind of horsetrading held up by Tory newspapers before Britain’s election last month to...

UK Borders: a line in the sand

On 5 November 2008, Applied Information Group managing director Kasper de Graaf gave a presentation to the Sign Design Society about...

Cost recovery and open data in the UK

This paper was written to introduce the Policy Seminar on Public Mapping Data of the Institute of Urban Information.
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