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Dr

Redento Recio

Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Informal Urbanism
Land Use Plans
Urban Policies
Urban Informal Economy
Collective Action
Participatory Processes
Social Movements
informality
urban planning
governance
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Dr

Redento Recio

 
Division
Architecture, Building And Planning
 
Primary Interest
Urban Planning and Governance
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Dr

Redento Recio

 

Dr Redento B. Recio is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Informal Urbanism (InfUr) Research Hub of the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. Before joining the University of Melbourne in 2018, he worked with academic institutions, development NGOs, social movements, and private consulting groups in the Philippines.

Dr Recio has conducted development training activities in different Asian countries (e.g. India, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam). His research interests include urban planning and governance issues in the global South such as informal economic activities, collective action, participatory planning, and social inclusion policies.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 19 most recent scholarly works by Redento Recio.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2016

Most Effective Tutor (Development Planning in Developing Countries)

UQ - School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management

2014

International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) and Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)

The University of Queensland

2008

Netherlands Fellowship Program

Netherlands Universities Foundation for International Cooperation

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Informal Urbanism

Architecture, Building And Planning

Casual

Architecture, Building And Planning

Casual

Architecture, Building And Planning

It Access

Doherty Institute

Casual

Architecture, Building And Planning

Member

Community Development Society of the Philippines

Member

Human Development and Capability Association

Member

World Society for Transport and Land Use Research

Member

Relational Poverty Network

Member

Association of European Schools of Planning - Young Academics Network (AESOP-YAN)

Member

Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network

Education


Doctor of Philosophy (Urban Planning and Governance)

The University of Queensland

Master of Arts (Urban and Regional Planning)

University of the Philippines

Post Graduate Diploma (Children, Youth, and Development)

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Bachelor of Science (Community Development)

University of the Philippines