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Humanity on the move: Unlocking the transformative power of cities
The momentum of urbanization and its impacts are so massive that we must face up to this trend. In view of the existing cognitive, technical, economic and institutional path dependencies, a policy ofExpand
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Festivalisation and urban renewal in the Global South: socio-spatial consequences of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Sports mega events increasingly take place in the metropolises of emerging economies. As a city-marketing tool, these events are said to make the host cities more visible in the internationalExpand
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Medizin und Verbrechen : das Krankenrevier des KZ Sachsenhausen 1936-1945
Im Beisein zahlreicher Überlebender wurde am 7. November 2004 in der Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen die neue Dauerausstellung »Medizin und Verbrechen. Das Krankenrevier des KZ Sachsenhausen 1936–1945«Expand
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Housing as Governance: Interfaces between Local Government and Civil Society Organisations in Cape Town, South Africa
  • A. Ley
  • Political Science
  • 31 March 2010
The author explores the dynamic roles and linkages of public sector institutions and civil society actors in housing provision for the urban poor in South Africa. The book reveals that existing civilExpand
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Facing the Guilt and Commemorating the Victims: German Radiology and Radiation Oncology During National Socialism.
Whereas the scientific community is aware of atrocities committed by medical doctors like Mengele, the specifics of radiology and radiation oncology during National Socialism remain largely unknown.Expand
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Der Umzug der Menschheit : die transformative Kraft der Städte
Die Wucht der derzeitigen Urbanisierungsdynamik und ihre Auswirkungen sind so gros, dass sich weltweit Stadte, Stadtgesellschaften, Regierungen und Internationale Organisationen diesem Trend stellenExpand
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Study of deaths by suicide of homosexual prisoners in Nazi Sachsenhausen concentration camp
Living conditions in Nazi concentration camps were harsh and inhumane, leading many prisoners to commit suicide. Sachsenhausen (Oranienburg, Germany) was a concentration camp that operated from 1936Expand
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