Cities Urban - Research Agenda 8pp - Designs FINAL - Page 1



VIRONMENT
ESIGN
NATIONAL CITIES
RESEARCH PROGRAM
STRATEGIC AGENDA
POPULATION
COMMUNITY
& PLACE
INDIGENOUS
PERSPECTIVES
ECONOMY
HOUSING IN URBAN
POLICY
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
& DESIGN
LAND-USE &
DEVELOPMENT
INFRASTRUCTURE
TRANSPORT
ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY
DIGITAL
TRANSFORMATIONS
GOVERNANCE
& PLANNING
Australia is a highly urbanised
nation. As we move into the
2020s, our cities are facing
new challenges.
Flows of people, information, goods and services have
accelerated. The question of how our cities can adapt to
global challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic and
climate change has come into sharper focus. Australia’s
policy and practice responses need to be informed by
a sound evidence base.
AHURI has delivered the National Housing Research
Program in partnership with our university network for
over twenty years, gaining international recognition for
the quality and depth of Australian housing research,
and enhancing Australia’s reputation for informed policy
decision-making. It is time for a platform to support
coordinated, policy-focused Australian research
into cities and urban issues.
The Strategic Agenda
The purpose of the Strategic Agenda is to identify the scope of a National
Cities Research Program. The twelve cities and urban research themes
provide a framework to explore a broad range of emerging policy issues.
Future research directions are identified under each of these themes to
provoke discussion and collaboration in the development of a high quality
evidence base.

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