Authors

Colini Laura

Phd in Urban and Territorial Studies at the University of Florence (IT), with a research on media and low-income communities at MIT Boston (USA), post Doc Eu Marie Curie Fellow at Bauhaus University Weimar (DE), and researcher at IRS, Leibniz Institute in Berlin (DE) on peripheralisation with a focus on post-socialist German cities. Beside teaching, since 2004 she works as independent consultant on themes related to governance and social inequalities in EU urban policies for URBACT and the EU COM. She now works as independent professional, with research interest on social-spatial inequalities, financialization and housing. She is part of the artists’ collectives OginoKnauss and Viaindustriae, and member of INURA network. Co-founder of Tesserae urban and social research.

Tracey Johnson

Johnson Tracey

Tracey Johnson@Cr8tveBarnsley

Creative, digital & cultural sector bod at @BarnsleyBiz & beyond. Project Manager @Barnsley_DMC. Mrs @MADENORTH & @SheffDesignWeek. Tweets all mine.

Melanie Mattauch

Mattauch Melanie

Marko Peterlin

Peterlin Marko

Marko Peterlin, is trained as an architect and urban planner, obtaining a Bachelor's degree at the University of Ljubljana (1998) and a Masters degree at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona (2003). He is now a director and lead researcher at IPoP and a coordinator of a national network of NGOs in the field of spatial and urban development. His work experiences include extensive collaboration with public and private institutions as well as NGOs, a number of territorial cooperation projects and applied research projects. In the years 2004-2005 he was the responsible person for the ESPON Contact Point for Slovenia and from 2009 onwards he is the responsible person for URBACT National Dissemination Point. As an external expert he led the drafting of documents for the Slovenian EU Presidency in the fields of territorial cohesion and urban development policies. He contributed analytical reports to a number of studies for the European Commission. He is fluent in English, Slovenian and Croatian and has basic knowledge of German, Italian and Spanish.

Scholze Jonas

Aldo Vargas

Vargas Aldo

Aldo Vargas Tetmajer is the coordinator of the Polish URBACT National Dissemination point. He is an Architect and Urban Planner by profession, working at the Association of Polish Cities. For many years he has worked at the Institute of Urban Development of Krakow, where he participated in many European projects (Framework programmes, Interreg) dedicated to Urban issues. His passion is exploring the evolution of urban systems and the history of world civilizations. In this field, he is a lecturer at the Department of Comparative Study of Civilizations at the Jagiellonian University of Krakow. He is also a passionate traveler and has visited almost all the continents. In addition to traveling, is also active in the field of culture.