Proceedings - Editors:

Cassidy Johnson*

With the contribution of the Conference Scientific Committe

* Conference Organizer and President of the Scientific Committe

Published online with the support of:

L’Observatoire universitaire de la vulnérabilité and la reconstruction durable (Oeuvre durable), funded by Fonds de recherche du Québec, Société et culture (FQRSC), Canada.
ISBN: 978-2-9815234-0-2

2015 international i-Rec conference

Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts

 
Bam, Arefian, April 2004
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Conference Programme (PDF)

Outputs

 

Abstracts* and papers**

Roundtable 1:    DISASTERS IN URBAN CONTEXTS             
                               
Humanitarian Response to Urban Crises: Literature Review of Area-Based Approaches *
Victoria Maynard, Elizabeth Parker (University College London)

Mogadishu: Strategic Analysis of the Post-disaster Urban Environmental Challenges *
Andrew Adam-Bradford, Bashir Barre, Britta Peters, Clare Sadd (Human Relief Foundation, UN Habitat)

Canaan: City-Scaled Self-Recovery *
Anna Konotchick (American Red Cross)

A Comparative Analysis of How Types of Impact, Key Areas of Vulnerability and Governance Arrangements Affect Post-Disaster Response in Three Cities *
Arup International Development. Presented by Samantha Stratton-Short(Arup International Development)

 

Roundtable 2A: HOUSING AND BEYOND: RECONSTRUCTING LIVES, RECONSTRUCTING CITIES

Field Evaluation of Transitional Phase in Post-Disaster Recovery *
David Alexander (University College London)

Approaches to Urban Displacement for Camp Coordination Strategies *
Charles Parrack (Oxford Brookes University)

From Shelter to Home *
Elizabeth Wagemann (University of Cambridge)

Understanding Forms of Sheltering by (and for) Syrian Refugees in Lebanon **
Faten Kikano, Mahmood Fayazi, and Gonzalo Lizarralde (IF Research Group, Université de Montréal)

 

Roundtable 2B: COMMUNITY-DRIVEN PRACTICES

Favela Landslide in the Northeaster Brazil: Reconstructing Sites through Resident’s Practices **
Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti (Sciences without Borders)

Relationships between Design and Adaptive Capacities in Informal Settlements: the Reconstruction of the Toi Market in Kibera, Nairobi **
Georgia Cardosi, Mahmood Fayazi, Gonzalo Lizarralde (IF Research Group, Université de Montréal)

Shelter2Habitat: Developing Resilient Cities after Disasters. Pre-findings of Cordaid’s Urban Resilience Programme in Guian, the Philippines *
Inge Bouwmans, Anna Wachtmeister (CORDAID)

Analysis of Successful Indexes of Recovery and Factors Leading to Successful Recovery – Case Studies of Some Communities in Banda Aceh, Indonesia **
Maria Bernadet Karina Dewi, Takaaki Kato (University of Tokyo)              

 

Roundtable 2C:    CHALLENGES, CHARACTERISTICS, AND TOOLS FOR RECOVERY

Logistics Challenges during Post Disaster Response: A Case Study of New Zealand *
Araoye Olarinkoye Ajiboye, James Olabode Bamidele Rotimi, Felicity Lamm, Simon Mowatt (AUT University)

Recovery and Reconstruction Process after Two Fire Disasters: Natural versus Technological *
Ali Asgary, Ali Ihsan Ozdemir, and Carmaine Gentles (York University, Abdullah Gull University)

Towards ICT as an Enabler for Direct Community Influence in Urban Reconstruction Programmes *
Kenny Meesters, Anna Wachtmeister (Tilburg University, CORDAID Philippines)

Aggregates for Quality Concrete from Debris Using Optimised Crushing **
Perry van de Wouw, Miruna Florea, Guy Buyle, Jos Brouwers (University of Endhoven, Centexbel)

 

Roundtable 2D: PLANNING APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES FOR RECOVERY        

Beyond ‘Business as Usual’: Capability Challenges in Earthquake Reconstruction in Christchurch, New Zealand **
Suzanne Wilkinson, Yan Chang-Richards, Eric Seville, David Brunsdon (The University of Auckland, Resilient Organisations, Kestrel Group)

Planning and Design in the Recovery of Infrastructure Networks – A Study of Christchurch’s Post-Earthquake Reconstruction *
Kristen MacAskill, Peter Guthrie (University of Cambridge)

Does Insurance Delay or Speed up the Recovery and Reconstruction Process? Evidences from Canada *
Ali Asgary, Ali Ihsan Ozdemir, Charmaine Gentles (York University)
                                                  
A Retrospective Analysis of the Long-Term Recovery of the Healthcare System in Montserrat, West Indies *
Victoria Sword-Daniels, John Twigg, Tiziana Rossetto, David Johnston (University College London, Massey University)

Reconstruction Design Guideline for Seismic Risk Reduction after Bam Earthquake Approaching Tourism Development: Case of Khajeh Murad Neighborhood **
Nazanin Sadeghi, Maryam Vakilbashi (Shahid Beheshti University)

 

Roundtable 3A: LINKING A PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE: HISTORIES, URBAN IMAGINARIES, URBAN DESIGN, AND ITS INFLUENCES ON URBAN RECOVERY

Remaking Iconic Space at the Margins: Coney Island *
Robyn Autry (Wesleyan University)

The Role of Open Space for Urban Resilience: A Case Study of San Pedro de la Paz under the Context of the 2010 Earthquake in Chile *
Camila Wirsching Fuentes, Maria Teresa Rodriguez Tastes (Universidad San Sebastián Concepción)

Urban Morphology as a Tool for Post War Reconstruction – The Case of Nablus’ Historic Center in Palestine *
Muath Taher, Jorge Correia (University of Minho)

Built Outcomes of Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction: Comparison of Post-Blitz London (1945) and Post-Earthquake Port-au-Prince (2010) *
Rachel Valbrun (University College London)

 

Roundtable 3B: CULTURE, PLACE, AND IDENTITIES IN URBAN DISASTER RECOVERY

Re-Discovering Uttarakhand’s Cultural Identity: Issues for Consideration during Post-Disaster Reconstruction **
Vanicka Arora, Manas Murthy (Ansal University)

‘Culture’ and Post-Conflict Recovery: The Case for Kuwait *
Alkindi Aljawabra (University College London, Qatar Campus)

The Concept of Place and Related Issued in Post-Disaster Reconstruction: Existing Knowledge and Gaps **
Serena Tagliacozzo (University College London)

 

Roundtable 3C: HISTORIES, PERCEPTIONS, AND ETHNOGRAPHIES FOR UNDERSTANDING URBAN RECOVERY

Earthquake – Historical Memory and Awareness, Tools that Reduce Risk of Disasters **
Francesca Falchieri (Architectural Engineer)

Post-Disaster and Reconstruction Stories: A Visual Ethnography of L’Aquila’s Post-Earthquake Territorial Transformations *
Claudia Faraone (IUAV Venice School of Architecture)

Incorporating Social Innovation into ‘Humanitarian Architecture’ **
A Nuno Martins, Manuel Correia Guedes (University of Lisbon)

What do People Think? Inhabitants’ Perception of Reconstruction in Chilean Historic Areas Affect by Earthquakes **
Bernadette Devilat (University College London)

 

Roundtable 4A: INTEGRATED APPROACHES FOR RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE

An Experience of Addressing Collectively Defined Priorities Related to DRR and Housing in a Low Socially-Cohesive Urban Environment *
David Dalgado (British Red Cross)

Role and Effectiveness of Humanitarian Agencies in Providing Post-Disaster Housing – Learning from the Typhoon Haiyan Experience **
Tomoko Matsushita (University of Tokyo)            

Building Knowledge in the Reconstruction Process: The Safer House Construction Guidelines in Malawi *
Matilde Cassani, Maria Chiara Pastore (Politecnico di Milano)

Capitalising on Post-Disaster Adaptive Resilience for Recovery **
Katrice King, Lee Bosher, Sam Kayaga (Oxfam GB, Loughborough University)

 

Roundtable 4B: LINKING DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION WITH DISASTER RECOVERY AND RECONSTRUCTION

Using Reconstruction to Place Climate Change Adaptation within Disaster Risk Reduction *
Ilan Kelman, JC Gaillard (University College London, University of Auckland)        

Linking Preparedness to Recovery: Exploring the Past to Build Resilience to Future Disasters *
Sneha Krishnan (University College London)

Community Response to Reconstruction Process of Lac-Megantic, Canada after the 2013 Derailment: How Encouragement of Community Participation under Consultation of McGill University Leads to Transformation and Resilience *
Leni Vespaziani, Mahmood Fayazi (McGill University, Université de Montréal)

“Normality Back Better” Through Reconstruction **
Candida Maria Vassallo (Architect)

The Role of Child-Friendly Environments in the Process of Reconstruction: Case of 2003 Bam Earthquake *
Hedieh Gamini Esafahani, Mehrdad Rahimi (Shahid Beheshti University)

 

Roundtable 4C: ASPECTS OF RESILIENCE AND RECOVERY

Resilience Assessment: Recovery of Brisbane Neighbourhoods after 2011 Flood **
Leila Irajifar (Griffith University)

The Impact of Post-Disaster Reconstruction Policies on Different Categories of Households in Bam, Iran **
Mahmood Fayazi, Faten Kikano, Gonzalo Lizarralde (IF Research Group, Université de Montréal)

Recovering From Small-Scale Disasters in Assam: An Environment Justice Perspective *
Sneha Krishnan (University College London)

A Review on Urban Recovery and Reconstruction Planning in Turkey **         
Evren Burak Enginoz (Istanbul Kultur University)

 

Roundtable 5A: RELOCATION FROM HAZARDOUS AREAS

Post-Disaster Planning Issues: Lessons from Five Recent Disasters *
Stephen Platt (Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd)

Housing Relocation after the 2010 Eruption of Mt. Merapi, Indonesia **
Elizabeth Maly, Ardhya Nareswari (Tohoku University, Gadjah Mada University)
               
Planning for Recovery and Resettlement in Tacloban after Typhoon Haiyan *
Mark Kammerbauer, Derlie Mateo-Babiano (Universität München, University of Queensland)

Resettlement and the Co-Governance of Risk in Montserrat *
Emily Wilkinson (Overseas Development Institute)

 

Roundtable 5B: RELOCATION AND RESETTLEMENT STRATEGIES

Fukushima – the Housing Situation and Condition of Evacuees of the Triple Disaster Four Years after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake **
Elizabeth Maly, Tomoko Matsushita, Hiroshi Suzuki (Tohoku University, University of Tokyo, Fukushima University)

Designing for Relocation: Understanding Place Attachment Concept in Social-Spatial Reconstruction *
Hakan Arslan (University of Duzce)

Individual Self-help Housing Reconstruction with Relocation: Transformation of Built Environment after the Great East Japan Earthquake **
Tamiyo Kondo, Yuka Karatani (Kobe University, Meijo University)

A Retrospective Analysis of the Long-Term Recovery of the Healthcare System in Montserrat, West Indies *
Victoria Sword-Daniels, John Twigg, Tiziana Rossetto, David Johnston (University College London, Massey University)

 

Roundtable 6:    LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, URBAN GOVERNANCE, AND INSTITUTIONS

A Review of Legislative Changes in Disasters: The New Zealand Case *
James Olabode Bamidele Rotimi, Jason Le Masurier
(Auckland University of Technology)

Exploring Potentials and Limitations of Linking Reconstruction Process to Urban Governance *
Fatemeh (Farnaz) Arefian (University College London)

Examining ‘Disaster Capitalism’: Post-Disaster Actions in Chile **
Vicente Sandoval, Claudia Gonzalez-Muzzio (University College London, FU-Berlin, Ámbito Consultores Ltda.)

 

 

Suggested reference to this publication:

Fayazi, M., Kikano, F., & Lizarralde, G. (2015). The Impact of Post-Disaster Reconstruction Policies on Different Categories of Households in Bam, Iran.
Conference proceedings. 7th International i-Rec  Conference: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts, London, UK. Montreal: Groupe de recherche IF, GRIF, Université de Montréal. Available at: http://www.grif.umontreal.ca/i-Rec2015/conferenceiREC2015.htm. Consulted: August 24, 2016. 

Suggested reference to an article within this publication (example):

Author. (2016). Title. In Fayazi, M., Kikano, F., & Lizarralde, G. (2015). The Impact of Post-Disaster Reconstruction Policies on Different Categories of Households in Bam, Iran. Conference proceedings. 7th International i-Rec  Conference: Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts, London, UK. Montreal: Groupe de recherche IF, GRIF, Université de Montréal. Available at: http://www.grif.umontreal.ca/i-Rec2015/conferenceiREC2015.htm. Consulted: August 24, 2016.
 

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