We are seeking to understand how housing adequacy affects the ability of residents of Lagos and Ogun States to protect themselves and their families from the Coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic. In recent times, there has been a Presidential order to lock-down these two states, due to the densities and travel traffic between them. Your answers would help provide better understanding on how people can keep safe in their homes.
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he Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development ARUA CoE held an the "Determinants of Location Choices By Slum Dwellers in Lagos Megacity" seminar on the 20th of February 2020 at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences Board Room. The Speaker Dr. Olabisi Badmus who is a Town Planner and a Research fellow at Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany elucidated the factors that determine the areas choices by slum members in lagos state, She also talked about ways in which slums can be upgraded, …
Housing and Regeneration Transdisciplinary Meeting
The Housing and Regeneration Cluster of the Centre hosted a meeting on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) on the 3rd of March, 2020 at the Centre. The objective of the meeting was to identify issues surrounding transportation and Transit Oriented Development as it affects housing in Lagos State. Specific agencies within the government were in attendance of this meeting, in order to give more insight into the activities of the …
The Centre For Housing and Sustainable Development held a Masterclass on "Home Ownership And Economic Prosperity" at the Social Media Week 2020 on the 25th of February 2020. The Speaker, Centre's Founding Director Professor Nubi gave an enthusing seminar on various alternatives into Home Ownership in Lagos. The Masterclass, meant for the general audience also emphasised practical housing investment ideas. .
"Beyond The Market state: Harnessing the Potentials of the Commons" Book Launch by Silke Helfrich
The Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development successfully hosted Silke Helfrich who delivered a public lecture on "Beyond the Market State: Harnessing the potential of the Commons". The public lecture held on Tuesday March 3, 2020 at Biodun Sobanjo Centre of Excellence, University Lagos. The lecture was followed by a seminar with the Pro.poor urban development and management cluster, …
Bridging research and policy for equitable global development
Connecting regional networks to encourage sustainable urban development across research and policy cultures
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 | 16:00 CET
Join here: https://zoom.us/j/595364399
Meeting ID: 595-364-399
No registration needed!
More information at: http://habitat-unit.de/en/events/webinar-ii/
Many cities and regions world-wide experience enormous rates of growth and …
Call for Applications
Critical Thinking and Writing for Urban Studies Researchers in Nigeria
The Urban Studies and Planning Department, University of Sheffield and the Centre for Housing and Sustainable development, University of Lagos invites applications from Nigerian researchers with research interests related to urban studies, based at a Nigerian university or research institution. The writing workshops are funded through the British Academy Writing Workshops 2020, and will …
The Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development deployed a team to provide technical support to the LASRO office in development of the Lagos resilience strategy.
The strategy was launched on Tuesday 4th february 2020.
Click here to access the strategy: www.lagosresilience.net/Downloads/Lagos_Resilience_Strategy.pdf
ARUA CoE Clusters hold Seminar.
The Spatial Data Infrastructure cluster and Urban Health and Liveability cluster of the ARUA CoE Urbanization and Habitable Cities will hold a joint seminar by 12.30pm on Thursday, 30th January, 2020 at The Faculty of Environmental Sciences Board Room, UNILAG. Titled "Assessment of Contemporary Global Environmental Health Challenges through the Geo/Spatial Lens: Opportunities, Challenges and Limitations", the Guest Speaker is Dr. Abiodun …
This post is to join the Lagos team of the Appropriation of Informal Spaces for Leisure Physical Activity (ALPhA) study funded by the British Academy’s Urban Infrastructures of Well-Being 2019 Programme, under the UK Government's Global Challenges Research Fund. The project is led by the MRC Epidemiology unit, University of Cambridge, UK with collaborating partners in Lagos, Nigeria (Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development, University of Lagos) and Yaoundé, Cameroon ( …