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Posted: 2013-02-27
Event - 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.
Posted: 2013-01-22
Blog - There is no precise way of putting this, but the city of London is changing dramatically these years and that includes the skyline which is being ‘screwed’, as Guardian architecture critic Rowan Moore states.
Join Jan Gehl on a study tour to Melbourne 12-15 March 2013
Posted: 2012-12-20
Articles - Only 30 participants now have the opportunity to experience Melbourne in the company of world famous architect Jan Gehl who has been a significant player in the strategic thinking and planning of Melbourne. The study tour is also a chance to meet and learn from leading City of Melbourne representatives like Robert Doyle (Lord Mayor), Rob Adams (Director of City Design), Rob Moore (Manager, Urban Design) and other prominent people. See programme, read more and register!
Posted: 2012-11-26
Blog - Informal settlements in Bogotá are the results of a fast growing population. This is mainly caused by migration from other Colombian cities, Bogotanos being pushed away from the centre and the inability of the city administration to provide formal housing for all.
Posted: 2012-11-23
Blog - The two colectivos Sociedad Invesible (The invisible group) and La Agencia (the Agency) wanted to create attention to the area around the river close to their office. After three weeks of cleaning up the area, the intervention culminated with a Sunday festival.
Posted: 2012-11-19
Blog - Professional planning associations from around the world celebrated the yearly World Town Planning Day 2012 with an international online conference on November 6th and 7th, 2012. This year’s conference was hosted again by a self-organized committee of international planning organizations from all over the globe, one of them IFHP.
Facteur D award winner in the category of Planning/Urban Design
Posted: 2012-11-15
Articles - IFHP President Flemming Borreskov selects the 2012 Facteur D award winner in the category of Planning/Urban Design. The award was given to the successful urban design of the Quartier des Spectacles (QDS), formalizing a network of open theatres surrounding Place des Arts, constituting the cultural heart of Montreal.
Posted: 2012-11-14
Event - 17 January 2013
IFHP and the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) are organising a lecture in London by Sir Peter Hall.
Danuta Hübner
Posted: 2012-10-08
Articles - The Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and the International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) would like to thank the Institut Supérieur d'Urbanisme et de Rénovation Urbaine (ISURU) in Brussels for hosting the lecture by Professor Danuta Hübner on 5th October 2012 within the framework of the AESOP-IFHP Lecture Series. The interview with Professor Danuta Hübner is now online.
Posted: 2012-09-03
Event - 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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