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5. April 2013
5th April 2013
Following the successful lecture by Sir Peter Hall in London on 17th January last, which also kicked-off IFHP's Centenary programme of events, the next in the IFHP-AESOP series of lectures and dialogues will be by Professor Juval Portugali.
14. March 2013
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.
12.-15. March 2013
12-15 March 2013.
Join IFHP on a unique study tour to vibrant and people-friendly Melbourne. See programme and register here! Deadline for participation requests is 15 February 2013.
12. March 2013
12 March 2013 IFHP invites you to join a free public lecture by the world famous architect Jan Gehl.
14. February 2013
14 February 2013
The Housing Challenge – Quantity AND Quality. Rediscovering Housing Possibilities: Could less be more?The Housing Challenge – Quantity AND Quality. Rediscovering Housing Possibilities: Could less be more?
11.-14. February 2013
11-14 February 2013
Within the framework of the IFHP Housing Conference 2013 in The Hague, Urbego, Staedion and The Hague Municipality organize a five days’ workshop on an housing case study.
17. January 2013
17 January 2013
IFHP and the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) are organising a lecture in London by Sir Peter Hall.
1. January-31. December 2013
International Federation for Housing and Planning celebrates 100 years of operations in 2013
6.-7. November 2012
WTPD Online Conference - Smart Communities Connect brought together ideas from around the world about how advances in technology shape our environment. Change is an opportunity in spatial planning. Technological developments have a huge spatial impact - think of the changes brought about by the industrial revolution, railways and canals, then the popularization of the motor car and air travel. The equivalent today is information and communication technology - our ability to connect with people through cellphones, the internet and other systems and networks. 
5. October 2012
Click here to watch the lecture PROFESSOR  DANUTA HÜBNER Danuta Hübner was graduated from Warsaw School of Eco­nomics with an MSc (1971) and a PhD (1974). Awarded with a Fulbright Scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley (1988-90), she is one of Poland’s foremost economists and poli­cymakers who played a key role in the enlargement of the EU. Since 1992 she is a professor in economics, teaching at many European universities.

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