Posted: 13. March 2018
This blogpost is summary of Anette Galskjøt’s report Social Sustainability in Cities – Concept and Opportunities from February 2018. It presents some of the research behind our new Social Cities programme and its market potentials.
Posted: 13. February 2018
This article was originally published in Danish newspaper Mandag Morgen in February 2018. Learn more about the context and vision for our new Social Cities programme and why our partners at Ramboll are supporting the project.
Posted: 26. January 2018
Social Cities is a new IFHP flagship programme. The programme will strengthen social sustainability is on our cities by introducing new tools to measure, design and implement solutions in collaboration with politicians, corporations and citizens.
Posted: 25. January 2018
They can’t survive without tourism, but can they live with its effects? As a densely populated state and popular travel destination, Goa embodies the paradoxes of tourism. Learn more about our Urban Lab in Goa and the complex problems we try to battle.
Posted: 07. December 2017
A recap of the podcast “The World according to Gram: Future Cities” broadcasted on 28 November 2017 on the Danish public radio station, P1. Neel Strøbæk from Ramboll, Simon Kjær Hansen from C40 and Jan Gehl from Gehl People Architects discuss how to design cities that are fit to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Posted: 11. April 2017
A primary outcome of Habitat III, held in Quito, Ecuador in October 2016. Arun was one of 20 global experts selected by UN Habitat III to elaborate the white paper for Policy Unit #1 that addressed “The Right to the City”. We asked him about his role.
Posted: 06. March 2017
Habitat I, II, III...and soon IV
Posted: 01. February 2017
Diana Fitzsimons, Co Chair of the HPF and International Ambassador of IFHP introduces us to the work of the HPF and their role in implementing the New Urban Agenda.
Posted: 16. January 2017
Architect and planner Kria Djoyoadhiningrat of IFHP tells the story of his own life to show what migration inequality really means.
Posted: 08. December 2016
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.