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Posted: 24. September 2018

After an unanimously positive vote at the IFHP Council Meeting Friday, September 21st, IFHP is pleased to announce Mr. Jens Kramer Mikkelsen as its newly elected President in replacement of outgoing President Mr. Flemming Borreskov.

 

"It is an honour and privilege to be able to contribute to IFHP in bringing its vision of better, greener and inclusive cities to life."  says Jens Kramer Mikkelsen.

 

Posted: 13. November 2017

We are pleased to introduce our two new board members.

Posted: 23. October 2017

On Saturday October 21, our IFHP Special Advisor Regitze Hess received ico-D (The International Council of Design) President’s Award from David Grossman, for the joint effort on behalf of our three respective organizations. 

Posted: 02. October 2017

The World Urban Campaign (WUC) calls for new urban solutions for the new #CityWeNeed document. You can now send your Urban Solution to IFHP. As an official partner of the WUC, we are able to submit your contribution.
[Deadline December 17]

Posted: 04. August 2017

This July, IFHP organized a roundtable event during the 2017 AESOP conference on “The Impacts of Airbnb in European Cities”. Keep reading to learn more about the discussion, the conclusions and to download the speakers' presentations. 

Posted: 20. June 2017

IFHP is pleased to report that our Urban Thinkers Campus on “The City Centre for Everyone” held 31st May – 2nd June 2017 in Belfast, was a great success. Read more about the outcome here.

You can also download the Powerpoint Presentations via this link. 

Posted: 19. June 2017

On Tuesday 20th June, IFHP was present as active contributor at the 'Swedish National Urban Forum': Towards a National Urban Policy focusing on Localizing Global Agendas, taking place in Stockholm.

Posted: 10. April 2017

On Thursday, March 30, the IFHP together with the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) organized a conference where stakeholders in Danish urban development; politicians, municipalities and business leaders, got together to discuss what Denmark should do with the global ‘urban agendas’. You can read the outcome of the event here.  

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