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About Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS)

The IIHS is a proposed network of mother and daughter institutions across South Asia, leveraging on local and regional knowledge and innovation and linking them to global best practices. Its mother campus, based in Bangalore, will include academic, research and social infrastructure, student and faculty housing. This campus is expected to set international standards for efficient, economic and sustainable design, operations and maintenance.

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16th Cross Rd, Sadashiva Nagar, Armane Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

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Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 27 Jun
#CallforEntries: Only 4 days left to submit your film to #UrbanLens 2017! If you have made a film on the city, send us your entries by 30 June. Films of any genre, year and country are eligible to enter. Read more about the festival and submission guidelines here: https://goo.gl/juVRux
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 27 Jun
"As I was mentally getting prepared for an almost 12-hour journey from Delhi to Shimla, my thoughts were fixed on one crucial thing, to get through the journey without having to use any of the public toilets on the way." Does this sound familiar? Read Tamil Nadu Urban Sanitation Support Programme (TNUSSP) specialist Reeba Devaraj's blog post on the state of sanitation along state and national highways.

#TNUSSP #sanitation #indianhighways

Bladder Woes: Bridging the sanitation gap along the highways
Access to a clean and a safe toilet is a right for all and the responsibility to ensure accessibility rests predominantly with the National and State Governments.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 26 Jun
#UrbanLens 2017 is coming soon! Check out this playlist of conversations with filmmakers from previous editions of the festival. The #callforentries for this year is still open. If you have a film about the city, send it to us by 30 June 2017! More here: https://goo.gl/juVRux
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 26 Jun
#CallforPapers to the next edition of #UrbJournal closes on 1 July 2017! A platform that brings together inter-disciplinary scholarship on the urban, Urbanisation Journal is equally interested in critical and reflexive discussions on diverse forms and sectors of urban practice. It seeks not only to inform urban theory, policy and practice but also to enable the construction of diverse forms of knowledge and knowledge production needed to enable us to understand contemporary urban life. #GlobalSouth #urbanisation
Urbanisation Journal | Call for Papers!
Urbanisation aims to publish comparative as well as collaborative interdisciplinary scholarship that will illuminate the global urban condition beginning with a firm footprint in the Global South.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 26 Jun
Lack of reliable data in Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) is one of the key barriers to improving sanitation in urban areas of Tamil Nadu. To address this gap in data, the Tamil Nadu Urban Sanitation Support Programme (TNUSSP), commissioned Muzhu Sugadharam, an app that enables ULBs to report data on key elements across the full cycle of sanitation. Orientation programmes on the app are being held for ULB officers across Tamil Nadu. #TNUSSP #sanitation #TamilNadu
TNUSSP | Muzhu Sugadharam Data Collection App
Muzhu Sugadharam Information Systems Application assists in reporting on the status of implementation of the Government of Tamil Nadus Operative Guidelines for Septage Management, 2014. It enables ULBs to report data on key elements across the full cycle of sanitation. This app is part of an initia...
Lalu Waynad Mon, 26 Jun
Really interested... IIHS provide good opertunities...
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sat, 24 Jun
Want to know the story of 'Kali for Women', the first feminist publishing house in India? "The Books We Made" is a documentary by Anupama Chandra and Umadevi Tanuku that traces the journey of the women who co-founded the publishing house at a time when such writing had no audience. Join us at 6:30 pm on 30 June!
Film Screening - The Books We Made
Join us on 30 June for the screening of "The Books We Made", a documentary inspired by the work of Urvashi Butalia and Ritu Menon, co-founders of the first feminist publishing house in India: Kali for Women".

The film is about the joy and pain of surviving in two non-lucrative professions: that of writing for small, discerning audiences; and that of publishing, translating and promoting work barely known outside its own linguistic region in India. The film looks back on Butalia and Menon's thirty years in publishing, and focusses on the feminist politics and friendships that made this survival possible. Butalia and Menon chose to publish writing that had no audience at the time. They succeeded not only in staying afloat, but in developing a readership interested in their books.

This screening is free and open to the public.

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Fri, 23 Jun
We're hosting the 4th edition of the #UrbanLens Film Festival from 21st to 24th September 2017 in Bengaluru and 6th to 8th October 2017 in New Delhi in association with Goethe-Institut Bangalore and Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi. If you have made a film about the city, send it to us by 30 June for a chance to have it screened at the festival! Read more about the submission process below. #Callforentries #filmfestival #callforfilms
Urban Lens Film Festival | Call for Entries
The city, in the cinematic imagination, has always been a site of multiple and complex narratives. These narratives have allowed for different ways of seeing and telling stories about the
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Fri, 23 Jun
#IIHSKnowledgeGateway: Read this paper by Pritika Hingorani that compares some of the main models of housing provision being debated in India at present. These models utilise a variety of actors and sources of funding to deliver housing to low-income residents.

#Housingforall #affordablehousing #slumredevelopment

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Thu, 22 Jun
#TBT Scenes from past editions of the #UrbanLens Film Festival. If you want your film to be featured in this year's edition, send it to us by 30 June! Check out the theme and submission guidelines here: https://goo.gl/juVRux
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Thu, 22 Jun
The latest Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) Spotlight is on water. The availability and accessibility of water are two of our greatest current and future challenges. In this Spotlight, read about some of the water-related challenges in Africa and India. #IIHSin researchers Ritwika Basu and Chandni Singh write about governing water across scales in Karnataka.

#Adaptation #climatechange #wateraccess #GlobalSouth

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Wed, 21 Jun
#IIHSKnowledgeGateway: Read more about the various social and economic implications of climate-risk related resettlement and relocation policies in cities across three continents.This research is carried out by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit UCL at University College London (UCL), #IIHSin, the Latin American Social Science Faculty (Flacso Secretara General), and Makerere University.

#Riskreduction #disasterrisk #migration #globalsouth #research

IIHS Knowledge Gateway | Re-imagining Resettlement for Risk Reduction in Urban India
In India, people are relocated both after a disaster and in anticipation of one. The outcomes are often detrimental.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 20 Jun
#Throwback to some of the movies we screened at #UrbanLens 2014. Do you have a film about the city?

Submit it to the Urban Lens Film Festival 2017 by 30 June! https://goo.gl/juVRux

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 20 Jun
The third #CitiesMOOC #WeeklyWebinar is tomorrow at 8:30 pm IST! Join faculty William Cobbett of Cities Alliance where he will discuss this week's theme of urban poverty and inclusivity. This webinar is open to all. You can still enrol for The SDG Academy's free, online course Sustainable Cities and catch up! https://goo.gl/lscjbI
SC MOOC Weekly Webinar 3 | William Cobbett | 21 June 2017
This is the third webinar in the #WeeklyWebinar Series for the Sustainable Cities MOOC. William Cobbett, Director of Cities Alliance, a global partnership fo...
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 20 Jun
#OnlineFirst: Four articles from the next issue of #UrbJournal are now available online! Click on the link below to read them. The journal is also accepting submissions for the November 2017 issue. Read more about the #callforpapers here: https://goo.gl/c189ko
Urbanisation Journal | OnlineFirst
Read articles from Urbanisation Journal's Issue 2.1 ahead of print!
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 19 Jun
Here are some of the great films we screened at #UrbanLens 2016. If your film explores the idea of the city, submit to this years' edition by 30 June 2017! There is no entry fee, and films of any genre are eligible to enter the festival including animation, non-fiction, short fiction/feature fiction, experimental and student films. Festival partners Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi and Goethe-Institut Bangalore. #Callforentries
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 19 Jun
VP Singh Badnore, the Governor of Punjab visited our Bangalore City Campus last week to discuss urban innovation and education of urban practitioners and the potential role of #IIHSin in improving urban systems in Chandigarh.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 19 Jun
Want to know more about #IIHSin research? Visit the #IIHSKnowledgeGateway, an online repository which aggregates our published and in-progress content. Browse through papers, op-eds, reports, maps and more. You can also find videos of our public talks, seminars and events. #research #practice #pedagogy #onlinerepository
IIHS Knowledge Gateway
A repository for research, practice, and pedagogy.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sat, 17 Jun
Have you made a film about the city? We want to see it! Submit to the 4th edition of the Urban Lens Film Festival by 30 June. Films of any genre are eligible to enter the festival including animation, non-fiction, short fiction/feature fiction, experimental and student films. We're hosting #UrbanLens in collaboration with Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi and Goethe-Institut Bangalore. More here: https://goo.gl/juVRux
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Fri, 16 Jun
In 2016, as part of our Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) work, #IIHSin researchers visited two drought hit regions - Gulbarga in Karnataka and Latur in Maharashtra. Watch these two documentaries created by the #IIHSMediaLab, which explore the devastating impact of the recurrent drought in these regions.

#Climatechange #adaptation #drought #Latur #Gulbarga

Two documentaries look at the impact of drought in India | ASSAR
India has been consistently facing droughts over a long period of time, impacting the lives and livelihoods of millions.