Attendance of the World Youth Forum “Right to Dialogue” X Forum in Trieste, Italy

Starting out as an ESR (Early Stage Researcher) at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, my first few weeks were quite challenging and not easy because of diverse practical tasks and bureaucratic paperwork. These always need to be faced after moving to another country. Nevertheless, I had decided to attend the World Youth Forum “Right to Dialogue” X Edition, which ran from the 29th September until the 1st October 2017 in Trieste, Italy. The Forum was a great opportunity for professional development, as specialists and students, representing more than 20 countries and different professional backgrounds, attended the event to present their research and ideas. They illustrate contemporary diverse soc

RECONCILING AUTOMOBILES AND PEDESTRIANS: A. TRIPP’S IDEAS FOR POSTWAR ROAD TRAFFIC AND TOWN PLANNING

I would like to share my opinion on an interesting book that I discovered this summer. The title is "Town Planning and Road Traffic," published in 1943 by Sir Alker Tripp, Commissioner for Traffic Control at Scotland Yard. I found this book translated into Russian in 1947, and in this brief summary, I would like to step on the basic ideas of the book and put them in a historical context. From the beginning of his book, Tripp has outlined several key ideas. First, he stresses that transport and circulation are varied problems, although most people seem to use the terms as if they were interchangeable (1943). A. Tripp points out that transport is the mode of movement, whereas traffic is the in

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