Schedule

Sunday

Arrival of participants

16/10/05  
   

Monday

Salutations, evaluation and presentation of the program

17/10/05  
8.30

Welcome addresses, Alter Senatssaal

  Prof. Dr. Ulrich Radtke, Dean of the Faculty
Prof. Dr. Georg Bareth, Managing Director of the Department
Prof. Dr. Frauke Kraas, Head of the Summer School Program
Introduction of all country groups and participants
Establishment of expectations of the programme
12.00 Lunch/ Mensa
13.30 -15.30 Presentation and explanation of the program, Prof. Dr. Josef Nipper and Christine Knie
   

Tuesday

Presentation of the University, City excursion “Cologne”

18/10/05  
8.30 Introduction of University, Faculty und Department, Dr. Johannes Hamhaber
11.30 Lunch/ Restaurant Cologne City
13.30 Excursion: “City development, culture and tourism in Cologne”; led by Prof. Dr. Josef Nipper
   

Wednesday

Thematic focus: “Inner urban fragmentation - conflicts and hotspots”

19/10/05


8.00 Excursion: “Social hotspots in Cologne”, led by Priv.-Doz. Dr. Klaus Zehner
12.00 Lunch/ Restaurant Bayenthal
14.00

Presentations and discussion

  Mr. Phyrum San, Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC), Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Urban poor community upgrading in Phnom Penh
Mr. Sy Rathmony, M.Sc., Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC), Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Land validation and urban real estate markets in Cambodia
Prof. Dr. Sekson Yongvanit, Khon Kaen University, Thailand:
Urban ecology and urban social management in Khon Kaen
Drs. Heru Santoso, M.A., Development Centre University of North Sumatra (USU), Indonesia:
Urbanisation and health issues in urban North Sumatra
   

Thursday

Thematic focus: “Peri-urban and intra-urban migration”

20/10/05


8.30

Presentation and Discussions

  Dr. Badaruddin, Development Centre University of North Sumatra (USU), Indonesia:
The impact of natural disasters (tsunami): Migration and dynamics of Medan City development
Mr. Agus Joko Pitoyo, M.A., Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia:
Micro-urban economic sectors (SMEs and informal sectors)
Prof. Dr. Frauke Kraas, University of Cologne, Germany:
Ethnic minorities in Cologne: trans-national spaces in urban areas
Dr. Sukamdi, Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia:
Urban population and migration in Indonesia - a general introduction
Mrs. Umi Listyaningsih, M.Sc., Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia:
Differences in quality of live for migrants and non-migrants - a potential of social conflicts
Dr. Nguyen Thi Binh Minh, Ministry of Construction, Hanoi, Vietnam:
Urbanisation and participation of private sector in urban environmental planning and management in Vietnam
12.00 Lunch/ Mensa
13.30 Excursion: “Migration - examples from Bonn”, led by Prof. Dr. Günter Thieme
17.30 Get together
   

Friday

Presentation of German exchange programs
Cultural and religious exchange (according to the preferences of the participants)

21/10/05


8.30

Presentation of German exchange programs

  Prof. Dr. Karl Schneider, Department of Geography, University of Cologne:
International Master of Environmental Studies (IMES) at the University of Cologne
Dr. Günther Manske, Centre for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn:
11.30 Lunch/ Mensa
13.00 Friday prayer in a local mosque
   

Saturday

Thematic focus: “Development and planning of urban and peri-urban areas”

22/10/05  
8.30

Presentations and discussion

  Dr. Jan-Peter Mund, Royal University of Agriculture, Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Urban and peri-urban land management - examples from Cambodian cities
Mr. Lor Chhun Pau, M.Sc.
, Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC), Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Land administration in Cambodia
Mr. Phann Sithan, M.Sc., Royal University of Agriculture, Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Urban Land Conflict in Cambodia: Phnom Penh, Koh Pich Case
Ir. Rony Primanto Hari, M.T., Planning Department Yoyakarta, Indonesia:
Urban and peri-urban management and conflicts in Yogyakarta
Mrs. Imma Rae Gatuslao, City Government Cagayan de Oro, Philippines:
Social Mobilization in Urbanized Areas by the Example of an Environmental Resources Management and Food Security Project in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
Dr. Adiyanti Sutandyo-Buchholz, Indonesian Institute of Technology (ITI) Jakarta, Indonesia:
How essential is Community-based Solid Waste Management in peri-urban Indonesia? Study case: Jakarta peri-urban Areas
Mrs. Imelda Barrios Baleta, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines:
Urban strategy and operations in the Philippines
12.30 Lunch/ Restaurant
14.00 Meetings and discussions
   

Sunday

Cultural and religious exchange (according to the preferences of the participants)

23/10/05  
A.M. Catholic mass in the Cathedral of Cologne
P.M. Visit to museums, concerts, etc.
   

Monday

Salutations, evaluation and presentation of the program

24/10/05  
 

Visit of InWEnt Düsseldorf and City Excursion Düsseldorf “Urban Development”

8.30 Düsseldorf, Introduction of InWEnt (Human resources and organizational development and international cooperation)
12.30 Lunch/ Restaurant “Schiffchen” Düsseldorf
14.00 Excursion: City development by the example of Düsseldorf, led by Dr. Helmut Schneider
   

Tuesday

Thematic focus: “Urban development and transformation processes”

25/10/05  
8.30

Presentations and discussion

  Prof. Dr. Lee Boon Thong, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:
Urban development in Malaysia: the case for a more holistic and strategic approach to urbanisation
Mrs. Phan Thanh Ha, Central Institute of Economic Management (CIEM), Vietnam:
Transition - “Doi moi” process and urban development in Vietnam
Mrs. Rini Rachmawati, M.A., Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia:
Urbanisation and development of technology
Mrs. Ngyuen Thi Thu, BBI - Training and Consulting Institute Hanoi, Vietnam:
Sustainable development of ancient quarters in Hanoi City
Mrs. Imma Rae Gatuslao, City Government Cagayan de Oro, Philippines:
Social Mobilization in Urbanized Areas by the Example of an Environmental Resources Management and Food Security Project in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
Mr. Khanh Hung Duong, M.Sc., University of Basel, Switzerland:
Urban economic development in Vietnam
Dr. Dorothea Wiktorin, University of Cologne, Germany:
Urban development and transformation processes in Germany
12.30 Lunch/ Restaurant in Köln Kalk
14.00 Excursion: “Transformation processes in Cologne’s eastern quarters“, Dr. Johannes Hamhaber
   

Wednesday

Thematic focus: Presentation of current projects (“Best Practice”) and opportunities of future collaboration

26/10/05  
8.30 - 16.00
Projects and Co-operation between German and Southeast Asian Universities, Development and Network Outlook
12.30 Lunch
 

Presentations and discussion:

  Mr. Lor Chhun Pau M.Sc. and Dr. Jan-Peter Mund, Royal University of Agriculture, Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
Curriculum Development for a Land Management and Land Tenure Education Program in Cambodia
Prof. Dr. Anselmo Mercado, SEARSOLIN, Xavier University College of Agriculture, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines:
Background, study program and curricula of SEARSOLIN
Prof. Dr. Axel Drescher, University of Freiburg, Germany:
The application of a home garden livelihood model to allotment gardens - an approach to system comparison and development perspectives
Dr. Robert Holmer, SEARSOLIN, Xavier University College of Agriculture, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines:
Allotment gardens of Cagayan de Oro City: their contribution to food security and urban environmental management
Prof. Dr. Javier Revilla Diez, University of Kiel, Germany:
The changing role of public research institutions for the innovation potential in Thailand
Dr. Hartono, Dean of the Faculty of Geography of UGM Yogyakarta, Indonesia:
Development and ideas of joint German-Southeast Asian curricula
Dr. Ing. Adiyanti Sutandyo - Buchholz, Institute of Technology Indonesia (ITI), Jakarta, Indonesia:
Research and study program of ITI and opportunities of practical work for international students at ITI
Dr. Klaus Fritsche, Director of Asienhaus, Essen, Germany:
Introduction of Asienhaus Essen: activities and international cooperation
Prof. Dr. Frauke Kraas, Department of Geography, University of Cologne, Germany:
German Association for Asian Studies, German-Thai Society, International Human Dimensions Programme and MegaCity TaskForce
Lena Simanjuntak-Mertes, German Indonesian Society DIG:
“Trafficking” problems of prostitution (women and children)
 

Concluding discussion of project experiences and evaluation of project proposals Work groups: discussions of new potential co-operations and planning of future joint activities from 2006 onwards

   

Thursday

Thematic focus: Project proposals and opportunities of future co-operation

27/10/05  
8.30

Future activities

  Work out of ideas for future joint activities and tangible proposals Discussions and future planning
Cay Etzold, Director of the department for alumni and partnership programmes at the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Programmes and co-operation with developing countries
Dr. Christiane Wille, Acting director of the Department for International Relations, University of Cologne
Programmes and co-operation with developing countries
Prof. Dr. Einhard Schmidt-Kallert, University of Dortmund, Germany
Introduction of the Master-Programme: SPRING - “Regional Development, Planning and Management”
12.30 Lunch/ Mensa
P.M. Planning of future joint activities
   

Friday

Evaluation and Closing remarks

28/10/05  
8.30

Evaluation, final discussion and closing remarks

  Presentation of ideas for future joint activities and tangible proposals
Review and evaluation of the summer school
Final discussion
Closing remarks
12.30 Lunch/ Restaurant
P.M. Farewell Party
   

Saturday

Departure

29/10/05