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ISOCARP collaborates with European Council of Spatial Planners for European UPATs

Secretary General of European Council of Spatial Planners (ECTP) Joris Scheers and ISOCARP Secretary General Frank D’hondt signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to jointly prospect and co-deploy European Urban Planning Advisory Teams and to advance the implementation of both the New Urban Agenda and the European Urban Agenda. ISOCARP as a global association of planners…

Candidates for the Scientific Committee 2020-2023 can still apply until March 31!

Dear Members, ISOCARP’s Scientific Committee ended its three-year term at the 55th World Planning Congress in Jakarta. The Board wishes to thank its members for their commitment and launches a call for candidates for a new term until 2023. The aims of the Scientific Committee: assist the Society to be at the forefront of planning thinking and practice;…

Job vacancy: ISOCARP is looking for a Communication and Community Manager (closed)

  The call for applicants is now closed – we thank all candidates for sending their applications. Job profile As an international association, the core business of ISOCARP is to support its global member community, consisting of individual and institutional members. In your role as ‘communication and community manager’ your main task will be to…

Inviting members to attend and contribute to conference on urban mobility in Rotterdam

Dear members, As a Conference partner, ISOCARP endorses the European ‘Urbanism Next‘ Event that will be held June 24-26, 2020 in Rotterdam, and organized by POLIS, the University of Oregon, TNO and the New Urban Mobility Alliance. Over 250 planners, architects, landscape architects, developers, technology experts, elected officials, academics, and many others are expected to…

ISOCARP Review 16: Call for Contributors – deadline extended

The ISOCARP Review Editorial Team invites you to contribute to the next issue of our World Planning Manual. The theme of ISOCARP Review 16 follows the subject of the 2020 Congress in Doha, Qatar, ‘Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals‘. This theme addresses the broadly understood issues of urban planning in the situation of…

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