International
Federation for
Housing and
Planning

IFHP Correspondents

An opportunity to promote your insights to an International audience.

About

The global housing challenge is key to the IFHP 2016 topic. Be part in setting the IFHP agenda for stakeholders’ attention to engage and contribute in improving urban living conditions for the years to come by becoming an IFHP correspondent.
 

Your insights as a correspondent will be highlighted on the IFHP website that is followed by an international audience of planners, architects, urban designers, politicians and many others. Knowledge about debates on housing and habitat, up-coming relevant events or projects are more than welcome.
 

There are several other levels of participation within the IFHP. Check them out and keep yourself inspired and help expand knowledge on housing and urban planning.
 

How to become an IFHP correspondent

Correspondent contributions should contain:

  • A short text of max 500 words describing 1) main housing issues and challenges of your region 2) main measures taken to ensure solutions  
  • A picture illustrating the case
  • Your name and work title
  • A head-shoulder picture of yourself

Send the contribution to Project Manager Dorte Bøgelund Petersen: db.petersen@ifhp.org


Voices from IFHP correspondents

Take a look at the overview of global housing challenges from our correspondents and use the filters for country to find one or more specific projects.

 

Brazil

Brazilian housing challenges, progress and stagnation

Author: Renee Nycolaas

Jamaica

Housing Situation in Jamaica

Author: Raymond Poyser

Kenya

Civic education to make sustainable cities

Author: Joel Ochieng Agumba

UK

What can be learned from the old social housing asset?

Author: Christine Whitehead

The Caribbean

Unregulated residential housing in the Caribbean

Author: Carianne Johnson

Central and Eastern Europe

Challenging Senior Housing

Author: Greta E. Garniss