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.
In collaboration with the Copenhagen Architecture Festival and BLOXHUB, IFHP is organising a full day seminar on how demographic changes place new demands on housing and the welfare systems in the Nordic countries.
The Hamilton Urban Open Innovation Lab is a 2-day workshop where Canadian and Nordic stakeholders meet to exchange knowledge and find solutions to Hamilton’s challenges with meeting the demand for affordable and sustainable housing. The event is part of Nordic Innovation’s Nordic Sustainable Cities Programme.
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.
You can now help fundraise to the benefit of IFHP when making your next hotel booking through Goodwings without it costing you any extra money!