How to bring about affordable housing and the inclusive city?
Cities are for people, ideally for all people. But when adequate housing becomes increasingly unaffordable to a growing part of cities’ citizens, who is the city then for? And how to make a city good for its people? Affordable housing is at the root of citizens’ ability to thrive in their city, and to their resilience to economic and social shocks.
Join us at the IFHP Summit and Master Class where remarkable thinkers and doers share their thoughts and insights on how to create better cities for all.
This is a two-part day on Affordable Housing and the Inclusive City with insightful experts and with you, our members and audience, in exciting exchanges about housing and its transformative role in social and economic recovery, about the right to the city and creating the city we all need.
Part 1 at 11:00 - 13:30 CET is the IFHP Summit & Urban Thinkers Campus, featuring Jan Gehl, Jens Kramer Mikkelsen, Kate Henderson, and Michael Green, moderated by Dr. Savvas Verdis from the London School of Economics Cities and IFHP's Regitze Hess.
Part 2 at 14:00 - 16:30 CET is the IFHP Master Class with a preceding interactive online course, with deeper dives into the themes of inclusive growth and housing. Featuring Bruce Katz, Dr. Mari Vaatovaara, Claudio Acioly Jr., Dr. Nicola Tollin, and again insightfully lectured and moderated by Dr. Savvas Verdis.
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