Board and Executive Committee

Martin Dubbeling, The Netherlands (2018-2021)


Martin Dubbeling is an urban planner and urban designer specialised in sustainable urban design. In 2013 he founded Connecting Cities, office for research, consultancy, design and communication in sustainable urban and regional planning. Short bio

Frank D’hondt, Greece/Belgium (2019-2022)

Secretary General

Frank is a freelance city & regional planner, with 30 y. of global experience in designing & conducting participatory strategic planning processes. He advises urban & rural communities and their national & local governments on achieving sustainable urban and territorial development. Short bio.

Ali A. Alraouf, Qatar (2019-2022)

Ali A. Alraouf is an architect, urban designer and planner interested in research and practice related to comprehensive sustainable design and urban planning. He published more than 105 journal refereed papers, critical reviews, essays, in addition to books and book chapters. Short bio.

Ana Peric, Switzerland/Serbia (2016-2022)

Awards, Communication and Marketing

Educated and trained in Belgrade as architect and urban planner, Ana Perić is currently engaged as lecturer and senior researcher at ETH Zurich, with the main interests in the domain of transnational planning and development. Short bio

Daniele Vettorato, Italy (2017-2020)

ISOCARP Institute

Daniele Vettorato leads a research team on urban and regional energy transition at EURAC, Bolzano. He has been invited as lecturer and speaker in more than 50 events, trainings and university courses all over the globe. Short bio

Dushko Bogunovich, New Zealand (2019-2022)

Dushko Bogunovich is an architect, urban designer, town planner and academic, with residence in Auckland, New Zealand. He is currently an adjunct professor at the School of Architecture and Planning at Auckland University. Short bio.

Jeremy Dawkins, Australia (2017-2020)


Jeremy Dawkins has held senior leadership roles in city and regional planning practice, government and academe, in Australia and internationally. He practices planning, teaches, writes and researches in Sydney. Short bio

Malgorzata Hanzl, Poland (2017-2020)


Malgorzata Hanzl is Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Architecture and Town Planning, Lodz University of Technology. A former Fulbright Visiting Scholar at MIT, her research focuses on public participation, GIS, urban rehabilitation, and morphology and culture. Short bio

Milena Ivković, The Netherlands/Serbia (2017-2020)

Urban Planning Advisory Teams

After receiving MSc degree in architecture in Belgrade, Milena Ivković worked for several renowned Dutch offices. Through her own Rotterdam-based practice Blok74, she develops new formats of pop-up participation in urban planning. Short bio

Sebastien Goethals, Greece/Belgium (2017-2020)

Technical Assistance and Projects

Sebastien Goethals is an urban planner, designer and architect from Brussels who has worked globally over the past twelve years with a contextualized approach of strategic planning, urban design, mobility issues, infrastructure and governance. Short bio

Zeynep Gunay, Turkey (2017-2020)

Young Planning Professionals

Zeynep Gunay is Professor of Urbanism in Istanbul Technical University and has been a visiting and research scholar in various international and national institutions. Her major areas of interest are theories and policies in urban conservation and urban renewal.  Short bio

The Board is the governing body of ISOCARP. It develops policies and proposes these to the Annual General Meeting. Members elect Board members for three years. The President serves one term, all other Board Members are able to serve for two terms. The President, Secretary General and three other members of the Board form the Executive Committee, which is charged with the daily general management of the society.

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