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IFHP Social Cities – measuring what matters
January 24 @ 09:30 - 15:00
IFHP is creating a new tool ’The Social Cities Index’ that will help urban leaders measure and manage ’social sustainability’ in cities. We do so in a partnership with London School of Economics, Ramboll Management, Realdania and selected Danish municipalities. You are kindly invited to join us at the CONFERENCE: MEASURING WHAT MATTERS on January 24, 2019, in BLOXHUB Copenhagen.
Here we present the new IFHP Social Cities Index and discuss its potential to improve livability and social cohesion in cities. By joining you will get the unique opportunity to see the prototype of the Social Cities Index with data from selected, Danish municipalities. In addition, you will meet other leaders and experts that are passionate about creating inclusive cities. The workshop will be facilitated by experts from the London School of Economics.
Programme of the day:
09:30-10:00 Registration and coffee
Building sustainable cities – The Copenhagen model
IFHP President, Mr. Jens Kramer Mikkelsen
Inclusive Cities – The global perspective
Dr Savvas Verdis, senior research fellow, LSE Cities, London School of Economics
Making cities for people – learnings from Danish municipalities
> Frederiksberg: Henning Daugaard, Executive Director Social, Health & Labour Affairs
> Aalborg: Anne Juel Andersen, Chief Urban Planner
Measuring what matters – preliminary data from IFHP Social Cities research
Morten Nielsen, CEO, IFHP
IFHP You will be invited to take part in engaging roundtable discussions addressing key questions such as: What can we conclude from the preliminary measurements made with the IFHP Social Cities Index? What are the appropriate actions that cities need to take in order to manage the risks and opportunities identified? And what does it mean to our housing and planning practices?
Please let us know if you are coming by email to Ulla Eikard: firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience and by January 15 the latest. Seats are limited.