International
Federation for
Housing and
Planning

  • When a highly respected, international panel debated the role of urban innovations at BloxHub in Copenhagen, some progressive future solutions were brought forward.
    ABOUT IFHP

    We are a global network of people passionate about making better cities. We work with our community to address urban challenges and opportunities, and to provide new perspectives and ideas for the cities of tomorrow. 

     
  • The annual gathering of the IFHP Community with the BPD community where we share learnings, discuss and network. 

    ABOUT IFHP

    We are a global network of people passionate about making better cities. We work with our community to address urban challenges and opportunities, and to provide new perspectives and ideas for the cities of tomorrow. 

     
  • As a well-established international NGO, IFHP has been engaged in transnational cooperation and has been connected to the UN system for decades. On this page you can read about the present transnational work which is part of the preparatory process towards Habitat III and about why playing a role in The New Urban Agenda is a relevant objective for IFHP in the years to come.  
     
    ABOUT IFHP

    We are a global network of people passionate about making better cities. We work with our community to address urban challenges and opportunities, and to provide new perspectives and ideas for the cities of tomorrow. 

     

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01. July 2016
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.  

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27. June 2016
The publication of the zero draft of the New Urban Agenda is now available and opens the next chapter of the Habitat III roadmap.

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27. June 2016
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.

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21. June 2016
Join IFHP, a global community of professionals and experts sharing a passion for making cities better for people. 

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20. June 2016
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.

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10. June 2016
IFHP is calling on its community to come forward with innovative cases about urban water management from cities as well as from academics. 
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