Thank you to all participants at the conference ‘Promoting International Dialogue and Protecting Cultural Heritage in the Caucasus’ December 5-6 at RUCARR, Malmö University. It has been two days of most interesting presentations and engaging discussions and comments with participants from all parts of the Caucasus! And many thanks to the Swedish Institute for making this event possible.
The Malmö-based LUPSRUSS (Legitimacy, Urban Planning and Sustainability in Russia and Sweden) project held its dissemination conference in Stockholm on 29-30 November 2018.
There were researchers, municipal representatives and several organisations and NGOs represented from 14 towns, including Aramil, Ekaterinburg, Kostomuksha, Petrozavodsk, St Petersburg (Russia); Gällivare, Halmstad, Karlskrona, Malmö, Stockholm (Sweden); Ballerup, Odsherred, Copenhagen (Denmark); and Dublin (Ireland), RUCARR researchers took part along with their other colleagues in the research group.
The full programme and photo gallery can be seen at http://wpmu.mah.se/rucarr/research/lupsruss/dissemination-conference-2018/
For more information on LUPSRUSS, see the project website at: http://wpmu.mah.se/rucarr/research/lupsruss/