Federation for
Housing and

BLOXHUB Mornings: Beyond Urban Segregation

Tuesday 08.11.2016
Fæstningens Materialgård, Frederikholms Kanal 30, Copenhagen.

November 8: BLOXHUB mornings is an inspiring series of morning events focusing on innovation and growth within the field of architecture, construction, urban development and design. This time: a historical perspective on deprived neighborhoods in Denmark.
Denmark is recognized as one of the happiest countries in the world and Copenhagen one of the most livable cities. Nevertheless, throughout the last decade politicians have become increasingly concerned about residential segregation and especially about deprived neighborhoods. What do we know about these neighborhoods in Denmark?
Has the residential composition of deprived neighborhoods changed over time? And what are the dynamics behind residential segregation? “Beyond Segregation – A historical perspective on deprived neighborhoods in Denmark” explores these questions by presenting facts and discussing opportunities to approaches and strategies.
This BLOXHUB morning will also be IFHP's contribution to the World Town Planning Day Online Conference. Each year planners around the world engage in activities on World Town Planning Day in an effort to raise awareness of the importance of planning in their communities. 


8.00: Coffee and croissants
8.30: Welcome by DAC
8.32: Welcome, Torben Klitgaard, HUB-director, BLOXHUB
8.35: Bence Boje-Kovacs, researcher, Kraks Fond Byforskning
8.40: Søren Møller Christensen, partner, carlberg/christensen
8.45: Frans Clemmesen, chief economist, BL
8.50: Lars A. Engberg, senior researcher, SBi
8.55: Panel discussion



Registration is now open via Billetto.   
All events are free-of-charge and open to everyone, but target professionals related to architecture, construction, urban development and design. The Event Room has a limited number of seats (max 80), which is why only registered people can attend the event.

Live streaming!

If you can’t physically attend the event because you are stuck in a boring meeting, on a train to Jutland or in the transit area in Dubai Airport – you can always live stream the keynotes and panel debate at BLOXHUB mornings