Content tagged with: Making cities socially cohesive
Page - o keep us on this track while taking The New Urban Agenda to the crucial level of implementation the VELUX Group and IFHP have established a partnership with exactly this agenda in common.
Page - Read more about IFHP’s goal to advocate "Better cities for all"
Event - IFHP's Pop-Talks on Placemaking will provide a space for public dialogue by people for cities about cities for people, involving a broad range of voices from the IFHP Community and beyond.
Event - The IFHP will be present 7 considerations for Refugee Housing to local, regional and national governments during EU seminar on Social Innovation for Refugee Inclusion.
Event - Join the American start-up ‘Cher’ in testing their Airbnb-inspired app for sharing the city
Event - Together with Lise Christensen Bjerno, IFHP will conduct a welfare action on how to create human centered cities. Join us in an interactive session where mind, body and voice will be activated. Its in Danish, so sign up if you are intersted and around. Our welfare action is from 10-12 am, and it will be fun and creative. More info and sign up here or contact IFHP senior project manager Christina Krog.
Other - Thursday 10.11.16 09.00 Entry and registration Moderator of the day: Katrina Sichel 09.30 09:40 Welcome to IFHP Summit BPD CEO Walter de Boer & IFHP President Flemming Borreskov
Event - IFHP will host the workshop ‘Housing for refugees: Food for Thought’ during the 2016 Provada Fair, focusing on the provision of housing for holders of a residence permit in a context of continuous monitoring of demographic trends.
Event - A pre-workshop as preparation for the Oslo Lab, conceived as an occasion to explore the current pattern of residential segregation in Oslo, to define specific research questions that will be explored in the course of the year and will constitute the basis of the Lab in September.
Articles - The City of Medellín, Colombia, has been conferred the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize 2016 for its remarkable transformation over the past two decades. The IFHP President was part of the council that selected the winning city.