Content tagged with: Making cities globally connected
Page - The New Urban Agenda will guide the efforts around urbanization of a wide range of actors — nation states, city and regional leaders, international development funders, United Nations programmes and civil society — for the next 20 years. Inevitably, this agenda will also lay the groundwork for policies and approaches that will extend, and impact, far into the future. After four months of negotiations, the final draft of the NUA document has been released. The 24-page document seeks to provide a global two-decade vision on sustainable urbanization.
Event - The Habitat III networking event will provide a platform for national, regional and local governments, civil society organisations, parliamentarians, research and academia, professionals, intergovernmental organisations and other actors to discuss specific topics of relevance and interest within Housing and Sustainable Urban Development.
Event - IFHP will be present at the Habitat III Exhibition as part of the GPN EXPO booth. Read more here.
Event - IFHP will be present at Habitat III conducting several events. Read why, how and where!
Event - IFHP CEO will give a keynote and conduct a workshop during this year’s Norwegian Meeting of Planners (Norsk Planmøte).
Articles - IFHP will be present at the EAROPH congress in Malaysia the coming days.
Articles - The publication of the zero draft of the New Urban Agenda is now available and opens the next chapter of the Habitat III roadmap.
Articles - What is your urban solution? Seize the opportunity! Help contribute to the New Urban Agenda via IFHP!
Blog - Findings after the 'Second National Meeting' taking place in Denmark within the IFHP programme Housing of Refugees and Migrants.
Articles - The IFHP has welcomed Britain’s oldest housing and planning charity, the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) as its newest national chapter. The TCPA will act as a national focal point of the IFHP for members and interested individuals in the UK.