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.
At the UK's Town and Country Planning Association, we are re-launching our campaign to put people back at the heart of planning.
The publication of the zero draft of the New Urban Agenda is now available and opens the next chapter of the Habitat III roadmap.
IFHP is proud to announce that we now join forces with the Global Planners Network: a coalition of international and national organizations in the field of planning.
Join IFHP, a global community of professionals and experts sharing a passion for making cities better for people.
According to the findings of the 2016 Sustainia100, this is the year of ‘systemic opportunity’. One of the four key trends identified in the publication concerns the rise of cities as health facilitators.
IFHP is calling on its community to come forward with innovative cases about urban water management from cities as well as from academics.