Duncan Hawley, Independent Geography Educator, Geographical Association, UK, for the presentation “Looking through the Arch – balancing physical geography using the 'lens' of a Future 3 curriculum” in session D1 Geography and Education.

Marieke Krijnen, Orient-Institut, Beirut, for the presentation “Beirut and the creation of the rent gap” in session C7 Land rent and crises: economic, housing and environmental.

Merje Kuus, University of British Columbia, for her presentation “Where is transnational power? Spatiality and method in the study of European diplomacy” in session K10 Policy mobilities in and beyond the Nordic countries.

Anne-Cécile Mermet, University of Neuchâtel, Institute of Geography, Switzerland, for the presentation “Airbnb and the housing market in Reykjavík: rent gap, displacement and pragmatic rationalities” in session H3 Housing market change and housing construction in the 21st century: Segregation, inequality, public housing, marketization, gentrification.

Two research participants and former asylum seekers for the presentation “Seeking asylum and being different – our own voices” in panel session F3:4 Queer asylum seekers migration and integration processes.

Evi-Carita Riikonen, Department of History and Geographical Sciences, University of Eastern Finland, for the presentation “Negotiating the sense of place and minority identity through material culture: Finnish expatriates and the re-coding of localities in the United Kingdom” in the session J2 Everyday mobilities: family and individual experiences of translocalities.

Poonam Sharma, University of Dehli, for the presentation “Urban parks: the green engines for sustainable cities” in session N1 Challenges of the Green City – Policies, Practices and Innovations.

Saskia Warren, School of Environment, Education and Development, University of Manchester, for the presentation “Placing faith in creative labour: work-based activism of Muslim women in the UK cultural and creative economy” in session C3 Cultural Production Within, Against and Beyond Inequalities.