The 52nd ISOCARP International Congress on ´Cities we Have vs. Cities we Need´ was considered a great success. We would like to thank all participants, organisers and sponsors for their immense efforts.
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Vanessa Watson – Sustainable Development Goal 11 and the New Urban Agenda: Can Planning Deliver?
Michael Hardman – Edible Cities: Exploring the Need for Urban Agriculture
Nicolas You – Smart & Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Experience
6 Parallel Tracks
Track 1 Transforming Human Settlements
Track 2 Planning Activism and Social Justice
Track 3 Envisaging Planning Theory and Practise for the Next Decades
Track 4 Urban Planning and Policy Making in Times of Uncertainty, Fragility & Insecurity
Track 5 Intelligent Cities and People
Track 6 Planning for an Internlinked and Integrated Rural-Urban Development
1. EThekwini Municipality – Inner City Development
2. EThekwini Municipality – Peri-urban development
3. Umhlathuze Municipality – Richards Bay Steel Bridge, Empangeni and uMzingwenya Settlement
4. KwaDukuza Municipality – Southern Region EThembeni Precinct Groutville Rocky Park Integrated Housing Project
5. Ray Nkonyeni Municipality – Alamein Avenue Precinct; Margate Airport MP; Oatlands Landfill Site
6. Msunduzi Municipality – Greater Edendale and Vulindlela Development Area
7. EThekwini Municipality – Dube Tradeport / King Shaka International Airport
The City We Need and the implementation of the New Urban Agenda – how professionals will contribute
Land Use and Urban Spatial Planning Research Center Wuhan – Zhongshan Avenue District Renewal Planning, Wuhan, China
City of Wroclaw – A new strategy and approach to planning and building urban housing, Wroclaw, Poland.