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|Title:||SafeGrowth and City Crime Workshop|
Sydney Institute of Criminology
crime prevention through environmental design
|Abstract:||The Sydney Institute of Criminology hosted a one-day workshop on 24 January 2011 focusing on crime in cities. This conference, SafeGrowth and City Crime - Co-Design, Eco-Parks, Funky Laneways and Fixing Deadzones, was facilitated by Greg Saville (North America) and Wendy Sarkissian (Australia) and considered such diverse issues as homelessness, graffiti, the night time economy, activation of laneways and public art.|
|Description:||Anne Malloch (City of Melbourne) has kindly made her presentation available. Further to this presentation, the following websites provide links to issues or resources discussed on the day: http://www.e-doca.eu/content/docs/SafeGrowth7.pdf ('Moving Forward in Neighbourhood Development' by Greg Saville) http://www.lisc.org/content/publications/detail/8184/ (Creating Safety and Sustainability through Community Building and Urban Design) www.sarkissian.com.au www.kitchentablesustainability.com www.speakoutplanning.com www.creativecommunityplanning.com|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Sydney Institute of Criminology|
|Rights and Permissions:||The author retains copyright of this work|
|Type of Work:||Presentation|
|Appears in Collections:||Seminars - Institute of Criminology|
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