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Content tagged with: Making cities socially cohesive

Posted: 2019-01-14
Articles - Ms. Kate Henderson – Chief Executive of England’s National Housing Federation – appointed Deputy President of International Federation of Housing and Planning (IFHP)   The International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) is pleased to announce that Kate Henderson, Chief Executive of the National Housing Federation, will assume the role of Deputy President of the Board.   Kate Henderson said:  
Jens Kramer Mikkelsen speaking of his experience building The Copenhagen Model
Posted: 2018-12-18
Articles - IFHP President, Jens Kramer-Mikkelsen and IFHP Knowledge Regitze Marianne Hess are recently back from North America, where they participated in the workshop on "Financing the Inclusive City".  
Posted: 2013-10-27
Agenda - Social cohesion refers to the value derived from strong social networks and close personal bonds within a community. It is the foundation with which cities create social capital; inspiring more prosperous, liveable and economically viable urban conditions.
Posted: 2018-03-02
Event - Join ENHR's annual conference this year taking place in Uppsala, Sweden.
Posted: 2017-09-18
Event - IFHP will wholehartedly recommends the 53rd annual ISOCARP conference in Portland, USA this September. We will be present at a side event of the Habitat Professionals Forum and FHP Council member Arun Jain will be a keynote. Continue reading to find out more! 
Posted: 2017-03-06
Articles - We are delighted to inform you that the new IFHP Council will take office April 1st 2017. The list this year includes 36 members from 21 different countries.
Posted: 2017-02-03
Articles - The Nodic post-Habitat III conference by Thinktank Global Utmaning resulted in a 'Nordic Declaration on the Implementation of the New Urban Agenda'. Continue reading to learn more!
Posted: 2017-02-03
Event - The ULI (Urban Land Institute) Europe Conference will bring together over 500 decision makers from all sectors of the real estate industry.
Posted: 2016-12-08
Blog - 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.
Posted: 2016-11-16
Articles - 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'. 

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