Hadfield-Hill, S. and Zara, C. (2015) Marginal ethnography in practice: children, young people and families in a new city development, RGS-IBG, 2nd - 4th September, 2015
Zara, C. and Hadfield-Hill, S. (2015) Narratives, emotions and encounters: shifting natures in the context of a new urban environment, RGS-IBG, 2nd - 4th September, 2015
Zara, C. and Hadfield-Hill, S. (2015) New cities, new aesthetics? Creating, governing and experiencing beauty, URBINO RC21, 27th-29th August, 2015
Hadfield-Hill, S. and Zara, C. (2015) Making and re-making space: everyday sites of multi-culture and intergeneration, URBINO RC21 Conference, 27th-29th August, 2015
Hadfield-Hill, S. (2015) Landscape and belonging: Life in a new city, Nordic Geographers Meeting, Estonia, 15-19th June, 2015
Hadfield-Hill, S. (2014) Designing new cities in the majority world: planning for the child? Children, young people and families in changing urban spaces, University of Northampton, 3-4th September, 2014.
Hadfield-Hill, S. and Christensen, P. (2014) Researching the mobile body: socio-technical implications of children and young people's use of geo-mobile devices, CSCY International Conference, 1-3rd July, 2014.
Invited seminars, presentations and participation
Invited International engagement Hadfield-Hill, S. and Horton, J. Sharing research project findings, School of Planning and School of Architecture, CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India, 21st September, 2015
Invited International engagement Hadfield-Hill, S. and Horton, J. Sharing research project findings, Humara Bachapan National Campaign, New Delhi, India, 19th September, 2015
Invited International presentation Hadfield-Hill, S. and Horton, J. Children and young people as key stakeholders in India's urban agenda, NIUA-ADB-IHC Urban Dialogue Lecture, New Delhi, India, 18th September, 2015
Invited presentation New cities, new spaces: a childhood perspective, University of Birmingham, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, 17th March, 2015
Invited International participation (Sharing best practice and innovation) Building Smart Child-Friendly Cities for 21st Century India, Hosted by Bernard Van Leer Foundation, Ministry of Urban Development, National Institute of Urban Affairs and School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, 28th - 29th November, 2014.
Invited International presentation Sustainable Communities and New Urbanisms: Cross-cultural research with children and families, University of Pune, Department of Geography, 14th January, 2014.