Content tagged with: Making cities socially cohesive
Agenda - Social cohesion refers to the value derived from strong social networks and close personal bonds within a community. It is the foundation with which cities create social capital; inspiring more prosperous, liveable and economically viable urban conditions.
Event - On May 7th, join IFHP in working towards the development of its measurement tool on cities’ social sustainability.
Event - Join ENHR's annual conference this year taking place in Uppsala, Sweden.
Event - IFHP will wholehartedly recommends the 53rd annual ISOCARP conference in Portland, USA this September. We will be present at a side event of the Habitat Professionals Forum and FHP Council member Arun Jain will be a keynote. Continue reading to find out more!
Articles - We are delighted to inform you that the new IFHP Council will take office April 1st 2017. The list this year includes 36 members from 21 different countries.
Articles - The Nodic post-Habitat III conference by Thinktank Global Utmaning resulted in a 'Nordic Declaration on the Implementation of the New Urban Agenda'. Continue reading to learn more!
Event - The ULI (Urban Land Institute) Europe Conference will bring together over 500 decision makers from all sectors of the real estate industry.
Blog - The city of Copenhagen has about 600.000 inhabitants and that number is expected to rise to 669.000 by 2025. Nordhavnen will accommodate a large proportion of these inhabitants.
Articles - IFHP Summit 2016 gathered the IFHP and BPD communities in Rotterdam for a discussion about the implementation challenge of the New Urban Agenda, recently adopted in Quito, and its coexistence with the European Urban Agenda, known as the 'Pact of Amsterdam'.