IFHP Summit 2016 gathered the IFHP and BPD communities in Rotterdam for a discussion about the implementation challenge of the New Urban Agenda, recently adopted in Quito, and its coexistence with the European Urban Agenda, known as the 'Pact of Amsterdam'.
IFHP congratulates Phillip Wagner with the publication of “Stadtplanung für die Welt? Internationales Expertenwissen 1900-1960” and is honored to see that Dr. Wagner has found the Federation’s work and existence to be of importance and worthy of research and publication.
Read more about the outcome of the IFHP 'Copenhagen Lab: The Airbnb impact on housing and tourism' here.
IFHP is calling on its community to come forward with abstracts related to urban water management from cities as well as from academics.
IFHP will be present at the EAROPH congress in Malaysia the coming days.
The IFHP Gothenburg Lab was held with the purpose to discuss different solutions for affordable housing, local production and consumption and interactions in a city. Here you'll find the outcome of the event and subsequent recommendations.