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  • Housing Justice in Unequal Cities Network
    Luskin School of Public Affairs
    • The Network aims to bring together research communities whose work analyzes key geographies of housing precarity (evictions, homelessness, displacement, segregation, informal settlements) and examine established and emergent practices of housing justice (eviction blockades, community land trusts, housing cooperatives and commons, tenant organizing, homeless unions, social rent, land value tax).
      Project Contact:
       Project website  -    Ananya Roy

Archived Projects/Programs

UCLA Study Abroad

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  • New Delhi Summer
    • This summer program brings Indian and international students together to explore the politics, economics, history and sociology of India. Summer in New Delhi is a photographer’s dream as the boulevards around India Gate come to life.



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  • 2023-24: 45 guests
    • Women Studies: 45 guests
  • 2022-23: 45 guests
    • Women Studies: 39 guests
    • Education: 6 guests
  • 2020-21: 4 guests
    • Courtesy Visit-Chancellor: 4 guests
  • 2019-20: 28 guests
    • Public Policy: 23 guests
    • Engineering- Mechanical and Aerospace: 5 guests
  • 2018-19: 40 guests
    • Media Impact: 16 guests
    • Campus Tour: 1 guest
    • Media Impact: 6 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 7 guests
    • Law School: 10 guests
  • 2017-18: 43 guests
    • Crisis Management: 19 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 4 guests
    • Engineering- Civil and Environmental: 3 guests
    • Technology: 4 guests
    • Environmental Protection: 12 guests
    • School of Theater, Film, and Television: 1 guest
  • 2016-17: 9 guests
    • Civic Education: 9 guests
  • 2015-16: 15 guests
    • Energy Security: 7 guests
    • Higher Education: 1 guest
    • Collaboration: 7 guests
  • 2014-15: 23 guests
    • Civil, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering: 4 guests
    • Collaboration: 1 guest
    • Environmental Protection: 17 guests
    • Education: 1 guest
  • 2013-14: 19 guests
    • Urban Planning: 19 guests
  • 2012-13: 2 guests
    • University Management: 1 guest
    • Law: 1 guest
  • 2011-12: 9 guests
    • Social Services: 5 guests
    • Collaboration: 4 guests
  • 2010-11: 59 guests
    • Educational Methods: 25 guests
    • American Political System: 5 guests
    • Journalism: 6 guests
    • Journalism: 22 guests
    • Astrophysics: 1 guest
  • 2009-10: 4 guests
    • Anderson School of Management: 4 guests
  • 2008-09: 47 guests
    • Journalism: 8 guests
    • Engineering- Electrical Engineering: 12 guests
    • Journalism: 5 guests
    • NGO Management: 22 guests
  • 2007-08: 5 guests
    • International Development: 0
    • Research: 1 guest
    • Intellectual Property: 4 guests

Defining Terms


  • The projects and programs on this map constitute our “global data.” We define global data to be information related to “global topics” such as events, activities, and geographical areas outside of the United States. Any project or program conducted in an area outside of the United States is included on the map, as it speaks to UCLA’s direct engagement with the global community. Even if a project or program is conducted domestically, it is included as long as it engages with one or more global topics.

  • To collect data for the Projects/Programs map, we survey faculty on their research pursuits. We also explore UCLA websites such as faculty profiles, research centers, and department pages to learn about past and ongoing projects. We periodically review our data, archiving and removing projects and programs that have concluded or expired.

Study Abroad

  • Click here for the International Education Office’s explanation of UCLA’s various Study Abroad Programs.

  • To collect data on Study Abroad Programs, we explore both UC Education Abroad Programs (UCEAP) and UCLA websites to find information on opportunities offered at or through UCLA.


  • International Collaboration comprises memoranda of understanding (MOUs), collaboration agreements (CAs), affiliation agreements (AAs), and student exchange agreements. Click here for UCLA Global’s explanation of these terms.

  • We source this data from the UCLA Global database of international academic agreements.


  • Here, “Students” refers to International Students as well as Study Abroad students.


  • Visitors are guests whose visits are coordinated by the International Visitors Bureau (IVB). Click here for more information.

  • We source this data directly from the IVB.

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