In May 2017, the IFHP together with the Housing Working Group organized a three day- long Urban Lab in London, UK, where issues of urban regeneration were discussed under the heading: “What comes first – physical or social regeneration?”.
You can download the corresponding Outcome Report, as part of our IFHP Ones-series here.
The IFHP, together with its partners, hosted an Urban Thinkers Campus this Spring in Belfast, from May 31st to June 2nd, on the overall theme of “The City Centre for Everyone”.
You can read about the outcome of the UN Urban Thinkers Campus and the related implementation-actions in the Report.
Published in 2007 in conjunction with IFHP 2007 Copenhagen Congress, two IFHP downloads are now available online.
“Housing in Denmark” gives an overview of Danish housing which, now in 2017, 10 years later, is still relevant.
“Spatial Planning in Denmark” amongst other things, describes the revised “Fingerplan", which Danish authorities are again updating.
In order to work towards Housing for All we have to touch upon ‘connectivity’ and ‘proximity’ to public transit o mass transit.
In this project, we focus on the impacts that the sharing economy platform, Airbnb, can have on the housing and tourism markets in Copenhagen, a provider of travel accommodation and a pioneer of the sharing economy.
An International Federation for Housing and Planning review on the role of Housing in the UN-Habitat New Urban Agenda and its implications on housing affordability and segregation in Europe and Southeast Asia.
Here you can download the IFHP 2016 Brochure.
Please let us know if you wish to receive printed brochures by regular mail via info @ ifhp.org.