1. Introduction

 

The ECPD International Institute for Sustainable development, urban planning and environmental studies's aim is to continue the policy promoted by the ECPD and to additionally focus it on sustainable development as a way of not only preserving nature but also achieving a more harmonious cohabitation of people. The ECPD Institute is a regional center of the European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD) of the University for Peace established by the United Nationsand sees sustainability as an improvement of quality of life in all dimensions – especially environmental and social. The Institute follows the doctrine of the ECPD that has interdisciplinary connected different areas of economic, technological and social development. The focus area especially important for the Institute is the management of natural resources pursued through technological and environmental programs which embrace the principles of sustainable development. Together with ECPD Belgrade as partners of the project the aim is to foster and promote knowledge on planning and climate change as well as planning in climate change. The team is comprised by international experts in the field of climate change and architects, that have been active in many international level projects. ECPD also collaborates with ICPE, International Center for Promotion of Enterprises on their Green Industry MBA, where many ECPD professors had been guest lecturing.

The approach we are going to go with is such, that we will bring together some of the finest experts in the field of urban planning in South East Europe that will try to implement case studies and prepare lectures, based on their planning in developing countries. The innovative approach of using existing policies of spatial planning and climate change as well as practical knowledge from Mr Janez Podobnik, ex Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia (2004-2008),  and transfering it into theoretical knowledge and try to establish the links between theory and practice in the field of planning in climate change.

The team is comprised by experts from Slovenia and Serbia:

Team Leader: mag. Igor Cotič, Architect;

Team Members: dr. Aleksandra Stupar, dr. Peter Raspor, Janez Podobnik, MD

Institutions: ECPD INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, URBAN PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, Dunajska 104, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The EUROPEAN CENTER FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT, Belgrade, Serbia

 

2.Technical Proposal

 

Module 2 “Planning for Climate Change”

Tentative objectives of the module

  • To understand how climate change concerns can be mainstreamed in the planning process.

The growing number of extreme weather events of the last few years, and their dramatic impact on the fragile urban infrastructures and on settlements, illustrate the urgency of reducing the risk through better planning practices. Urban planning and urban design have the potential to reduce vulnerability to the different climate change hazards like floods, drought, sea-level rise, and landslides and to build in resilience for further climte change. New planning practices can help mainstream climate change considerations into urban developement processes.

Proposed learning outcomes

At the end of this module, students should:

  • Be able to understand the broad policy context of climate change and the planning process.
  • Understand how climate change considerations can be mainstreamed in strategic planning and urban design.
  • Understand how climate change considerations can be mainstreamed into urban and regional planning at the national, state/provincial, regional, and local level.
  • Have gained skills in aplplying a range of tools for implementing planning for climate change.
  • Have gained skills in complex problems solving and policy formulation.

 

Key content (proposed)

  • Planning for Climate Change/ International to Local Planning Policy.
  • Strategic Planning, Statutory Planning/ Urban Design- Mainstreaming Climate Change.
  • Integration of Climate Change into Budgets.
  • Tools for climate change assessments and implementation.
  • Climate Proofing Projects.
  • Community Participation

 

Proposed delivery mode

  • Lecture (2- 6 contact hours). Possibly two lectures on planning for climate change if this module contributes to a course on cities and climate change. The first one could follow an introductry module and the second module could be the last and concluding course module.
  • Studio/ Workshop on scenario Planning/ Gaming
  • Field work or Group Project: Neighbourhood Design
  • Seminar

 

Case Studies

  • Climate change plans from different sites.
  • Live projects relavant to the location of the course (and hence the students' reality) vis-à-vis the projected climate change impacts: drought, flood, cyclones, extreme weather, etc.

 

3. Relevant experiences:

 

Our team of experts has valuable experiences in the field of spatial planning and climate change issues. Team members are highly esteemed college professors from Slovenia and Serbia, all of them with more than 10 years of  research experience. ECPD has held a Conference in 2010, namely: TEACHING CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM, which was held on May 17, 18, 2010 in Belgrade. LINK

Curriculum Vitae:

 

 

-Senior advisor to the head of department (Urban planning), City of Ljubljana

-Researcher on the national urban planning institute, Urban planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

-Head of department of spatial planning and the environment

 

4. REFERENCES

-Regulation act on open public spaces use (urban part), City of Ljubljana

-Head of commission for open public space, City of Ljubljana

-Brownfield regeneration school-EU project, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

-Master Spatial Plan-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Detailed urban plans for town zones-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Communal infrastructure plan and investment development-coordinator/management, housing area, Municipality of Trebnje

-Municipal energy supply concept-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Municipal traffic study (settlement impact)-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-( Municipal environmental protection program, phase current situation-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

 

 

ALEKSANDRA STUPAR,Ph.D Team member

 

2. EDUCATION

  • 2005, PhD in Architecture and urban planning, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade ("The Role of Globalization in Redefining the Symbolism of Urban Space")
  • 2001, MSc in Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade ("The Physical Structure of the City as a Manifestation of Autocratic Power")
  • 1997, Dipl. Ing. Arch. Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

 

3.EMPLOYMENT

  • 2010 – associate professor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
  • 2005-2010 – assistant professor/docent at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

(1)   graduate studies - courses ‘Built environment’, ‘Urban design studio’, (2) master studies - courses ‘City in Globalization’, ‘Master studio project’, (3) specialist level - course ‘Cities in History’ (4) PhD studies - course ‘The Contemporary Context of Architecture, Urbanism and Building’

  • 2002-2005 - lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
  • 1998-2002 - assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

 

 

  • 2011-2013 – researcher in project “Spatial, ecological, energy and social aspects of the development of settlements and climate changes – interrelations” funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia
  • 2011-2014 – researcher in project "Studying climate change and its influence on the environment: impacts, adaptation and mitigation" financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia
  • 2010-2013 - researcher in project ‘Cities and Transnational Interaction. Cultural Contacts between West and East European Cities during Cold War and Beyond’ funded by the Academy of Finland

 

 

PETER RASPOR, Ph.D

 

 

2. EDUCATION

1992 BSI Quality Assurance: Lead Assessor Examination, Ljubljana, London, UK

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1991 Carlsberg Research Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1990 Agriculture University of Vienna, Austria

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1989 Labatt Research Department London, Ontario, Canada

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

The Flocculation in Yeasts Saccharomyces

Balzers Training: Special Course in KM 420, Lihtenstein

1988 Labatt Research Department, London, Ontario, Canada

Postdoctoral Specialisation

Postdoctoral Thesis: The Flocculation in Yeasts Saccharomyces

1987 Doctor of Biotechnological Sciences

Doctoral Dissertation: Advisor: Professor Dr. Vladimir Marič

1987 Amylolytic Activity of Yeasts and Their Ability to Grow on Starch Substrates

British Council Course: Advances in Biotechnology The Biological Bases & the Application to Animal Microbial and Plant Systems

1984 - 1987 Faculty of Food & Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb, Croatia

Dissertation Preparation

1986 Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, University of Ljubljana, HPLC Course

1985 Technical University of Vienna Agriculture University of Vienna; Austria

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

Chamber of Economy of Slovenia, Special Planner degree for Chemical Industry

1982 - 1984 Faculty of Food & Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb, Croatia

Postgraduate Studies – Biotechnology

1982 Bsc., Food Technology, Diploma Thesis: Advisor: Professor Dr. J. Adamič

Analysis of Yugoslav Preservatives in Preventing Microbial Spoilage of Bread

1978 - 1982 Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

1974 - 1976 Food Technical School, Maribor, Slovenia

1969 - 1971 Bakery School, Maribor, Slovenia

1961 -1968 Primary School, Ajdovščina, Slovenia

3. EMPLOYMENT

Since  1992 Head of the Chair of Biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, University of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Since 1997 Full Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Food Science and Technology Department, Biotechnical Faculty, Chair of Biotechnology, University of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Since 2003 Head of Undergraduate study of biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Chair of Biotechnology, University of Ljubljana, Jamnikarjeva 101, 

Since 2000 FEMS Secretary General, FEMS Central Office. Keverling Buismanweg 4. 2628 CL Delft. The Netherlands. T: +31-15-269 3920. F:. +31-15-269 3921

1996-2002 Chairman of post diploma Study of Biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of       Ljubljana, SLO

1992-1997 Associate Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department,

Vice Chair of Study of Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department,

1988 – 1992 Assistant Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Biotechnology        Group, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

1985 – 1987 Assistant of Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Chair of Microbiology, University of Ljubljana,  Slovenia

1985 – 1986 Manager of Project Biotechnology, Mlinotest Ajdovscina, Slovenia

1983 – 1985 Research Assistant, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Chair of Microbiology, University of Ljubljana,

1976 – 1978 Bakery Technologist, Mlinotest,  Ajdovscina,  Slovenia

1970 – 1975 Baker, Mlinotest, Ajdovscina, Slovenia

 

JANEZ PODOBNIK, MD

2. EDUCATION

Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana

3. EMPLOYMENT

1985-1990 – doctor at the ambulance stations in Cerkno and Idrija

1990-1992 – mayor of Idrija

1992-1996 – member of the first National Assembly of the Republic o Slovenia

1994 -1998 – mayor of Cerkno

1996-2000 – President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia

2000-2004 – member of the third National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia

2000-2004 – Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe

2002-2004 – Observer in the European Parliament for the Republic of Slovenia

2004 – Member of the European Parliament

2004-2008 – Minister for Environment and Spatial Planning in the Government of the Republic of Slovenia

First half of 2008 – President of the European Council of European environment ministers during Slovenia's presidency of the European Council

April 2009 to present – Director of the ECPD International Institute for Sustainable Development, Urban Planning and Environmental Studies in Ljubljana

 

 

4. Timelines:

 

-Start of the assignment: November 2011

  • Inception report, workplan, methodology report: November 2011 - January 2012
  • Regular blogs on CCCI website: January 2012 – September 2012
  • Draft Module: January 2012 - April 2012
  • Final Module: April 2012 - September 2012

 

5. Financial proposal:

 

Costs and expenses:

 

-          Case studies: 40 000 EUR

Preparation of four Case studies: Calcutta, India, Brazil, Cape Verde, Serbia

10 000 EUR each case study (costs involve field study, overall examination and execution of the study)

-          Research assistant costs: 30 000 EUR

2 research assistants, 1500 EUR/month (if the contract is signed for 10 months)

 

-          Coordination costs: 30 000 EUR

Preparing work packages, organizing 2 workshops/round tables in Ljubljana, Slovenia, gathering and preparing information – desk research, dissemination of results, publishing a publication.

 

estimated budget for realization: 100.000€

 

 

7. 10. 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Janez Podobnik

ECPD Institute Director

Introduction

 

The ECPD International Institute for Sustainable development, urban planning and environmental studies's aim is to continue the policy promoted by the ECPD and to additionally focus it on sustainable development as a way of not only preserving nature but also achieving a more harmonious cohabitation of people. The ECPD Institute is a regional center of the European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD) of the University for Peace established by the United Nationsand sees sustainability as an improvement of quality of life in all dimensions – especially environmental and social. The Institute follows the doctrine of the ECPD that has interdisciplinary connected different areas of economic, technological and social development. The focus area especially important for the Institute is the management of natural resources pursued through technological and environmental programs which embrace the principles of sustainable development. Together with ECPD Belgrade as partners of the project the aim is to foster and promote knowledge on planning and climate change as well as planning in climate change. The team is comprised by international experts in the field of climate change and architects, that have been active in many international level projects. ECPD also collaborates with ICPE, International Center for Promotion of Enterprises on their Green Industry MBA, where many ECPD professors had been guest lecturing.

The approach we are going to go with is such, that we will bring together some of the finest experts in the field of urban planning in South East Europe that will try to implement case studies and prepare lectures, based on their planning in developing countries. The innovative approach of using existing policies of spatial planning and climate change as well as practical knowledge from Mr Janez Podobnik, ex Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia (2004-2008),  and transfering it into theoretical knowledge and try to establish the links between theory and practice in the field of planning in climate change.

The team is comprised by experts from Slovenia and Serbia:

Team Leader: mag. Igor Cotič, Architect;

Team Members: dr. Aleksandra Stupar, dr. Peter Raspor, Janez Podobnik, MD

Institutions: ECPD INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, URBAN PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, Dunajska 104, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The EUROPEAN CENTER FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT, Belgrade, Serbia

 

2.Technical Proposal

 

Module 2 “Planning for Climate Change”

Tentative objectives of the module

  • To understand how climate change concerns can be mainstreamed in the planning process.

The growing number of extreme weather events of the last few years, and their dramatic impact on the fragile urban infrastructures and on settlements, illustrate the urgency of reducing the risk through better planning practices. Urban planning and urban design have the potential to reduce vulnerability to the different climate change hazards like floods, drought, sea-level rise, and landslides and to build in resilience for further climte change. New planning practices can help mainstream climate change considerations into urban developement processes.

Proposed learning outcomes

At the end of this module, students should:

  • Be able to understand the broad policy context of climate change and the planning process.
  • Understand how climate change considerations can be mainstreamed in strategic planning and urban design.
  • Understand how climate change considerations can be mainstreamed into urban and regional planning at the national, state/provincial, regional, and local level.
  • Have gained skills in aplplying a range of tools for implementing planning for climate change.
  • Have gained skills in complex problems solving and policy formulation.

 

Key content (proposed)

  • Planning for Climate Change/ International to Local Planning Policy.
  • Strategic Planning, Statutory Planning/ Urban Design- Mainstreaming Climate Change.
  • Integration of Climate Change into Budgets.
  • Tools for climate change assessments and implementation.
  • Climate Proofing Projects.
  • Community Participation

 

Proposed delivery mode

  • Lecture (2- 6 contact hours). Possibly two lectures on planning for climate change if this module contributes to a course on cities and climate change. The first one could follow an introductry module and the second module could be the last and concluding course module.
  • Studio/ Workshop on scenario Planning/ Gaming
  • Field work or Group Project: Neighbourhood Design
  • Seminar

 

Case Studies

  • Climate change plans from different sites.
  • Live projects relavant to the location of the course (and hence the students' reality) vis-à-vis the projected climate change impacts: drought, flood, cyclones, extreme weather, etc.

 

3. Relevant experiences:

 

Our team of experts has valuable experiences in the field of spatial planning and climate change issues. Team members are highly esteemed college professors from Slovenia and Serbia, all of them with more than 10 years of  research experience. ECPD has held a Conference in 2010, namely: TEACHING CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM, which was held on May 17, 18, 2010 in Belgrade. LINK

Curriculum Vitae:

 

 

-Senior advisor to the head of department (Urban planning), City of Ljubljana

-Researcher on the national urban planning institute, Urban planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

-Head of department of spatial planning and the environment

 

4. REFERENCES

-Regulation act on open public spaces use (urban part), City of Ljubljana

-Head of commission for open public space, City of Ljubljana

-Brownfield regeneration school-EU project, Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia

-Master Spatial Plan-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Detailed urban plans for town zones-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Communal infrastructure plan and investment development-coordinator/management, housing area, Municipality of Trebnje

-Municipal energy supply concept-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-Municipal traffic study (settlement impact)-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

-( Municipal environmental protection program, phase current situation-coordinator/management, Municipality of Trebnje

 

 

ALEKSANDRA STUPAR,Ph.D Team member

 

2. EDUCATION

  • 2005, PhD in Architecture and urban planning, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade ("The Role of Globalization in Redefining the Symbolism of Urban Space")
  • 2001, MSc in Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade ("The Physical Structure of the City as a Manifestation of Autocratic Power")
  • 1997, Dipl. Ing. Arch. Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

 

3.EMPLOYMENT

  • 2010 – associate professor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
  • 2005-2010 – assistant professor/docent at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

(1)   graduate studies - courses ‘Built environment’, ‘Urban design studio’, (2) master studies - courses ‘City in Globalization’, ‘Master studio project’, (3) specialist level - course ‘Cities in History’ (4) PhD studies - course ‘The Contemporary Context of Architecture, Urbanism and Building’

  • 2002-2005 - lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
  • 1998-2002 - assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade

 

 

  • 2011-2013 – researcher in project “Spatial, ecological, energy and social aspects of the development of settlements and climate changes – interrelations” funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia
  • 2011-2014 – researcher in project "Studying climate change and its influence on the environment: impacts, adaptation and mitigation" financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia
  • 2010-2013 - researcher in project ‘Cities and Transnational Interaction. Cultural Contacts between West and East European Cities during Cold War and Beyond’ funded by the Academy of Finland

 

 

PETER RASPOR, Ph.D

 

 

2. EDUCATION

1992 BSI Quality Assurance: Lead Assessor Examination, Ljubljana, London, UK

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1991 Carlsberg Research Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1990 Agriculture University of Vienna, Austria

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

1989 Labatt Research Department London, Ontario, Canada

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

The Flocculation in Yeasts Saccharomyces

Balzers Training: Special Course in KM 420, Lihtenstein

1988 Labatt Research Department, London, Ontario, Canada

Postdoctoral Specialisation

Postdoctoral Thesis: The Flocculation in Yeasts Saccharomyces

1987 Doctor of Biotechnological Sciences

Doctoral Dissertation: Advisor: Professor Dr. Vladimir Marič

1987 Amylolytic Activity of Yeasts and Their Ability to Grow on Starch Substrates

British Council Course: Advances in Biotechnology The Biological Bases & the Application to Animal Microbial and Plant Systems

1984 - 1987 Faculty of Food & Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb, Croatia

Dissertation Preparation

1986 Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, University of Ljubljana, HPLC Course

1985 Technical University of Vienna Agriculture University of Vienna; Austria

Exchange of professional experience and knowledge

Chamber of Economy of Slovenia, Special Planner degree for Chemical Industry

1982 - 1984 Faculty of Food & Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb, Croatia

Postgraduate Studies – Biotechnology

1982 Bsc., Food Technology, Diploma Thesis: Advisor: Professor Dr. J. Adamič

Analysis of Yugoslav Preservatives in Preventing Microbial Spoilage of Bread

1978 - 1982 Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

1974 - 1976 Food Technical School, Maribor, Slovenia

1969 - 1971 Bakery School, Maribor, Slovenia

1961 -1968 Primary School, Ajdovščina, Slovenia

3. EMPLOYMENT

Since  1992 Head of the Chair of Biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, University of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Since 1997 Full Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Food Science and Technology Department, Biotechnical Faculty, Chair of Biotechnology, University of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

Since 2003 Head of Undergraduate study of biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Food Science and Technology, Chair of Biotechnology, University of Ljubljana, Jamnikarjeva 101, 

Since 2000 FEMS Secretary General, FEMS Central Office. Keverling Buismanweg 4. 2628 CL Delft. The Netherlands. T: +31-15-269 3920. F:. +31-15-269 3921

1996-2002 Chairman of post diploma Study of Biotechnology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of       Ljubljana, SLO

1992-1997 Associate Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department,

Vice Chair of Study of Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department,

1988 – 1992 Assistant Professor of Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Biotechnology        Group, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

1985 – 1987 Assistant of Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Chair of Microbiology, University of Ljubljana,  Slovenia

1985 – 1986 Manager of Project Biotechnology, Mlinotest Ajdovscina, Slovenia

1983 – 1985 Research Assistant, Biotechnical Faculty, Food Science and Technology Department, Chair of Microbiology, University of Ljubljana,

1976 – 1978 Bakery Technologist, Mlinotest,  Ajdovscina,  Slovenia

1970 – 1975 Baker, Mlinotest, Ajdovscina, Slovenia

 

JANEZ PODOBNIK, MD

2. EDUCATION

Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana

3. EMPLOYMENT

1985-1990 – doctor at the ambulance stations in Cerkno and Idrija

1990-1992 – mayor of Idrija

1992-1996 – member of the first National Assembly of the Republic o Slovenia

1994 -1998 – mayor of Cerkno

1996-2000 – President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia

2000-2004 – member of the third National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia

2000-2004 – Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe

2002-2004 – Observer in the European Parliament for the Republic of Slovenia

2004 – Member of the European Parliament

2004-2008 – Minister for Environment and Spatial Planning in the Government of the Republic of Slovenia

First half of 2008 – President of the European Council of European environment ministers during Slovenia's presidency of the European Council

April 2009 to present – Director of the ECPD International Institute for Sustainable Development, Urban Planning and Environmental Studies in Ljubljana

 

 

4. Timelines:

 

-Start of the assignment: November 2011

  • Inception report, workplan, methodology report: November 2011 - January 2012
  • Regular blogs on CCCI website: January 2012 – September 2012
  • Draft Module: January 2012 - April 2012
  • Final Module: April 2012 - September 2012

 

5. Financial proposal:

 

Costs and expenses:

 

-          Case studies: 40 000 EUR

Preparation of four Case studies: Calcutta, India, Brazil, Cape Verde, Serbia

10 000 EUR each case study (costs involve field study, overall examination and execution of the study)

-          Research assistant costs: 30 000 EUR

2 research assistants, 1500 EUR/month (if the contract is signed for 10 months)

 

-          Coordination costs: 30 000 EUR

Preparing work packages, organizing 2 workshops/round tables in Ljubljana, Slovenia, gathering and preparing information – desk research, dissemination of results, publishing a publication.

 

estimated budget for realization: 100.000€

 

 

7. 10. 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Janez Podobnik

ECPD Institute Director


Upcoming International ECPD Institute events and activities:

WORLD SCIENCE DAY FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT 2018

 

with motto
“Science a human right”

Conference
“Science for Peace and Development”

9 November 2018

VZ FIZIOTERAPEVTIKA, Slovenska cesta 58, Ljubljana, Slovenia