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Race, Planning & Politics : Bridging the Divide

Professor Samer Bagaeen FRICS MRTPI reflected on his unique career as a Planning Consultant, Academic and Politician.

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Race, Planning & Politics : Bridging the Divide
Race, Planning & Politics : Bridging the Divide

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08 Mar 2021, 18:30 – 20:00

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About the Event

'All over the world, cities are facing a growing set of challenges – from a recurring frequency of one hundred year storms and unseasonal flooding, to mass migration, aging infrastructure, and racial and economic inequities that test the social fabric of communities. I believe that we, collectively, can change the world one city at a time.'

Professor Samer Bagaeen FRICS MRTPI reflected on his unique career as a Planning Consultant, Academic and Politician.

Professor Samer Bagaeen was elected to Brighton and Hove City Council in May 2019. Samer is a Chartered Town Planner, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is a Professor of Planning and Chair of Planning & Resilient Systems at the University of Kent in Canterbury. Samer served as a Trustee of the Town and Country Planning Association (2015-2020) and as a Trustee of the RTPI (2016-2017). He is currently a Member of the RTPI General Assembly.

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