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Content tagged with: Making cities globally connected

Posted: 2014-10-12
Articles - This summary captures a day of brainstorming and discussion on “Bridging Economies – Spanning Sectors: Financing Green Urban Development” convened by IFHP in Copenhagen, Denmark on the first day of the conference trilogy.
Posted: 2014-10-09
Blog - What are in fact Neo-liberal cities? Are they just financial models? Who is governing these cities if they are built by developers? Is this the future of our cities?
Posted: 2014-06-11
Blog - Governance is seen as the solution of many of the great challenges in the cities – but what does it imply and how do we manage cities better? #WatchKnowLearn from our blog and video.
Posted: 2014-03-14
Blog - Today Manchester is notable for its architecture, culture, music scene, media links, scientific and engineering output, sports clubs and transport connections.
Posted: 2014-03-05
Event - Young planning professionals in Europe are encouraged to provide new ideas on the forms, methods and possibilities in spatial planning needed to face present-day challenges facing our human settlements.
Posted: 2014-02-11
Event - The missing piece in urban governance - creating cities for life together with the young generations. Side event at World Urban Forum 7 in Medellin.
Posted: 2014-01-20
Event - The Continuous Challenge of Social Housing in Latin America.
Posted: 2014-01-16
Event - One of Singapore’s key success factors is Integrated Planning. Where else is this an established planning approach? What are the governance structures behind the processes?
Posted: 2013-03-06
Blog - The 2nd Urbego Workshop took place in the days before IFHP’s Housing conference in Den Haag. Under the theme “I Wish This Was – Common Scenarios for Transvaal”, 23 young professionals from 10+ countries met up, for in 3 days to come up with approaches to how Transvaal could be transformed into an area known for something good in Den Haag. But how is it actually possible to come up with anything substantial in such a short time, with none of us knowing anything about the area before?
Posted: 2013-01-22
Blog - There is no precise way of putting this, but the city of London is changing dramatically these years and that includes the skyline which is being ‘screwed’, as Guardian architecture critic Rowan Moore states.

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