Newsletters

Project disseminations will include a series of newsletters published frequently. All published newsletters can be found below.
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REGARD Newsletter Issue 1

REGARD Newsletter Issue 2

Write for REGARD Newsletter

The REGARD project provides an opportunity for people to share knowledge and experience. This newsletter is written by the REGARD
membership for the REGARD membership, and also for other readers working with built environment professional bodies, national and
international NGOs, UN agencies, government and donor institutions, academics, and independent consultants. We, the Editors of REGARD newsletter, welcome contributions from REGARD partners and associate partners. We are also pleased to consider
articles submitted by anyone involved in research rebuilding communities after disaster –induced and confliict-induced displacement. If you have knowledge and experience to share, please consider making a contribution.

  • The scope of contributions should be consistent with the aims of REGARD. Typically, we welcome contributions in the following categories (word counts are advisory):
  • News and reports from activities and events linked to the project (100 - 500 words)
  • Reports on developments in the field / projects that are being investigated by partners – these do not have to be activities directly linked to the project, but should be relevant to project partner institutions (100 - 500 words)
  • Useful Resources – relevant publications, websites (up to 20 - 40 words)
  • Upcoming events (20 words) We welcome suggestions for alternative types / styles of contribution.

If you have an idea for an article that you would like to develop, the Editors would be pleased to discuss it with you - send an email to Ms Chathuranganee Jayakody (C.Jayakody2@hud.ac.uk).

The Editors reserve the right to edit any contribution.

Regard Project
Disclaimer Statement: The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.