IFHP Roundtable: MAKING CITIES SAFER?
What makes cities safe and resilient?
What are the present and future needs?
What is the role of urban design and planning?
16.30 Doors open
17.00 Introduction by moderator
17.10 What makes a city safe?
- Jan Gehl (5 minutes intro)
- Rob Adams (5 minutes intro)
- Hugh Nicholson (5 minutes intro)
- Khoo Teng Chye (5 minutes intro)
17.30 Roundtable discussion
18.10 Dialogue with the audience
18.45 Roundtable discussion
19.25 Dialogue with the audience
20.00 End of roundtable
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The International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) is an international organisation active in the fields of housing, urban development and planning. In 2013, IFHP is celebrating its centenary with an ambitious series of activities around the world including the IFHP roundtable in Melbourne that is part of a trilogy of IFHP activities in Melbourne including a public Jan Gehl lecture at RMIT and an IFHP study tour to Melbourne.