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Content tagged with: Making cities healthier

Posted: 2014-03-05
Event - Young planning professionals in Europe are encouraged to provide new ideas on the forms, methods and possibilities in spatial planning needed to face present-day challenges facing our human settlements.
Posted: 2014-03-04
Blog - Creating cityscapes that encourage us to play and be active is part of what makes a city healthy. But how do we create facilities and urban spaces for everyone?
Posted: 2014-02-07
Event - IFHP operates a workshop on urban planning and architecture with two Copenhagen-based experts on active urban living, healthy and livable cities – Mette Mogensen, COWI, and Bianca Maria Hermansen, CITITEK.
Posted: 2014-01-20
Event - The Continuous Challenge of Social Housing in Latin America.
Posted: 2014-01-16
Event - One of Singapore’s key success factors is Integrated Planning. Where else is this an established planning approach? What are the governance structures behind the processes?
Posted: 2013-11-18
Blog - Through decades of planning and cultivation, Singapore has earned the name of “Garden City”. As the city becomes more built-up, the continued planning for the natural heritage and green spaces becomes just as important as high-density, urban living.
Posted: 2013-03-21
Blog - The renowned Danish architect Jan Gehl gave an inspiring IFHP lecture in Melbourne on why looking after people are crucial for making good cities. The lecture was recorded and is now available on podcast.
Posted: 2013-02-26
Event - April 22-26, 2013:
Before the International Symposium “Garden Cities, an ideal to be pursued”, Urbego and the IAU île-de-France are organizing a 4-days workshop on the theme of garden cities.
Posted: 2013-02-05
Event - March 14, 2013:
Experience a debate with global perspectives between key figures in urban design and planning from Denmark, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore: Jan Gehl, Khoo Teng Chye, Hugh Nicholson and Rob Adams.

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