EVENTS

The congress consists of an innovative programme of activities (lectures, tours, interactive events, gatherings and virtual opportunities) aiming at creating opportunities to share, discuss and develop solution-orientated knowledge for a better urban future. This list of activities is subject to change.
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Wednesday, June 5

Wednesday 5th – Friday 7th June. This pre-conference training event is specifically designed to provide a skill-enhancing mini course to participants of various international backgrounds. It is addressed to a small group of young professionals and master students in the areas of housing and planning.

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Saturday, June 8

On Saturday 8th June delegates will have the opportunity to visit world’s first Garden City at Letchworth.

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Sunday, June 9
The Crystal, London

On Sunday 9th June delegates will have the opportunity to take part in a London based study tour.

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Sunday, June 9

Nicky Gavron AM (former Deputy Mayor of London, London Assembly Member and Labour Spokesperson for Housing and Planning on the London Assembly) will welcome you and the winner of the Student Competition will be announced at the reception.

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Monday, June 10
Speaker: Mitchell Silver

After a welcome from the IFHP’s President, a morning of urban governance-themed plenary sessions will begin with a keynote address from Mitchell Silver.

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Monday, June 10

Following the keynote address, this plenary panel debate will bring together three different levels of governance; mayors, the private sector, and the civic sector...

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Monday, June 10

The second plenary debate of the morning will bring together five keynote speakers, each representing one of the congress tracks.

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Monday, June 10

An opportunity to discuss, present and debate the role of the planner in time of rapid urban changes and to share practical experiences among different generations of professionals.

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