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FIDIC is organising two Networking Events at WUF10 that are focussed on urban sustainability management for formal and informal communities.


Managing the development of sustainable cities and communities – learning from all urban stakeholders

Networking Event 114

FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers), Switzerland

16:30 - 18:30; Tuesday, 11 Feb 2020 

Hall 3, Room 14

To better understand community concerns and capabilities in managing standards-based urban sustainable development.

Announcement ¦ Event details


Participatory upgrading of slums and informal settlements – urban sustainability management has a key role

Networking Event 152

FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers), Switzerland, and UN-Habitat

16:30 - 18:30; Wednesday, 12 Feb 2020 

Hall 3, Room 12

Includes an innovative legal assessment tool to support informal settlement upgrading in Iran. 

Presentations ¦ Report

Announcement ¦ Event details




Meetings

Habitat Professionals Forum Meeting

18:00 - 20:00; Tuesday, 11 Feb. 2020


Habitat Professionals Forum: Professionals Roundtable

16:30 - 19:00; Wednesday, 12 Feb 2020

Concept Note


World Urban Campaign Steering Committee Meeting

Date and location to be announced



Program

Overall programme: PDF ¦ website

Networking Events programme: draft

Side Events programme: draft


USM-related events

SATURDAY


Business Assembly

Saturday, 10:00-18:00; 8 Feb 2020


SUNDAY


Redefining resilience in cities - New opportunities at the water’s edge
Consortium for sustainable urbanization (CSU), USA; and Epase - etablissement
public d'aménagement de Saint-Etienne, France

Side Event, Hall 2

Sunday, 12:30-13:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 10


Planners for climate action: nature- based and decarbonising solutions in heritage contexts

Global planning education association network, Brazil

Side Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 12:30-13:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 17


Compact growth: key to energy reduction and
livability
American Planning Association, USA; and Society for Development Alternatives, India

Side Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 12:30-13:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 18


Stakeholder Engagement Mechanisms for Sustainable Development

UN-Habitat SAGE

Networking Event, Hall 2

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 6

WUF10 announcement


Technology and Citizen Engagement: Using innovative mobile phone technology inmonitoring the SDG11 in cities

COLAB Brazil

Networking Event, Hall 2

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 8

WUF10 Announcement


Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, Switzerland

Networking Event, Hall 2

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 9

WUF10 Announcement


Future Saudi Cities Urban Lab – Urban innovations for a new vision of Saudi cities

Networking Event, Hall 2

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 12

WUF10 Announcement


Innovative tools for managing the megapolis

Metropolitan and Territorial Planning Agencies Global

Network (MTPA), France; and ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), Netherlands; and METROPOLIS, Columbia

Networking Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 13


Joining forces: unlocking cultural and environmental benefits for diverse urban communities through nature-based solutions at a time of climate and extinction crisis

UK Urban Ecology Forum, UK; and University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Urban Research, USA

Networking Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 14:00-16:00; 9 Feb 2020; Room 14


Launch of the SDG Project Assessment Tool: An Innovative tool for inclusive, sustainable and effective urban projects

UN-Habitat; UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

SDGs in Action 2

Sunday, 14:15-15:15; 9 Feb 2020

WUF10 Announcement


Business and Industries Roundtable

Sunday, 16:30-18:30; 9 Feb 2020


Leaving no one behind: a cross-constituency approach to sustainable urban mobility

Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLOCAT), USA

Networking Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 16:30-18:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 3


Global innovations in land value capture for sustainable and equitable cities

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, USA

Networking Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 16:30-18:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 4


Leveraging crowd wisdom to better understand the technology and ethics of neighbourhood deprivation (“slum”) mapping

University of Twente, ITC, Netherlands

Networking Event, Hall 3

Sunday, 16:30-18:30; 9 Feb 2020; Room 20


MONDAY


Localization of SDG 11 for achieving sustainable urbanization through urban planning tools

Institute for Spatial Planning and Environment Research, India

SDGs in Action 6

Monday, 09:00-10:00; 10 Feb 2020


Past, present and future: shelter afrique’s strategies for affordable housing and urban development in Africa

Shelter Afrique, Kenya; and Habitat for Humanity International, USA

Side Event, Hall 2

Monday, 12:30-13:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 3


Transforming cities through attractive, efficient and sustainable public road transport systems

Busworld Foundation, Belgium

Side Event, Hall 2

Monday, 12:30-13:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 6


Inclusive mobility: ensuring universal and equitable access to urban public transport in Kenya and Tanzania

National Gender and Equality Commission,

Kenya; Dar Rapid Transit (DART) Agency,n Tanzania

Side Event, Hall 2

Monday, 12:30-13:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 9


Shaping mobility futures: creating a mobility culture shift through multi-sectoral collaboration in the world’s great cities

Kantar GmbH, Germany

Networking Event, Hall 2

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020; Room 2


Heritage and culture-led development: a new paradigm towards Sustainable Architecture

International Union of Architects (IUA), France; and Africa Union of Architects (AUA), Egypt

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020; Room 11


African cities’ burgeoning tenements: how can they be managed to ensure safe, affordable housing?

Development Action Group, South Africa; and National Union of Tenants of Nigeria, and Ministry of Local Government, Chieftainship and Parliamentary Affairs, Lesotho

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020; Room 13


UK Government partnerships for sustainable cities: innovative programmes and tools

United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020; Room 13


Informal settlements as places of opportunity and innovation

Slum Dwellers International (SDI), South Africa 

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020; Room 16


Financing for sustainable urban development

Special Session

Monday, 14:00-16:00; 10 Feb 2020


Earth observations in support of the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda

Group on Earth Observations (GEO), Switzerland

SDGs in Action 12

Monday, 16:30-17:30; 10 Feb 2020


Smart cities hold the key to sustainable urbanisation: how cultural heritage integrate in smart city environment

Planmalaysia, Federal Department of Town and Country Planning, Malaysia

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 16:30-18:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 2


How to use geospatial data to develop smart and resilient societies?

The Norwegian Mapping Authority, Norway

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 16:30-18:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 7


Sustainable and inclusive financial frameworks: the opportunities and challenges for unlocking affordable housing and slum upgrading

REALL, UK

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 16:30-18:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 16


Land use and regeneration policies to tackle climate change

Climate Chance, France

Networking Event, Hall 3

Monday, 16:30-18:30; 10 Feb 2020; Room 20


TUESDAY


Achieving SDG11 in the commonwealth through plantech: an open discussion on digitally-enabled urban planning

Royal Town Planning Institute,  UK

SDGs in Action 19

Tuesday, 13:15 - 14:15; 11 Feb 2020


Innovative urban approaches for transformation to support the SDGs

United Nations Office for Sustainable Development, Republic of Korea

SDGs in Action 18

Tuesday, 14:00 - 15:00; 11 Feb 2020


Scaling up finance for transformative climate action in cities

Green climate Fund,Songdo Business District, Yeonsu-gu, Korea

Networking Event, Hall 2

Tuesday, 14:00-16:00; 11 Feb 2020; Room 10


Data, monitoring and reporting on the urban SDGs/NUA indicators: progress, experiences, challenges and opportunities

UN-Habitat; and Gauteng City-Region Observatory, South Africa; and Urban expansion program - Marron Institute of Urban Management, New York University, USA

Networking Event, Hall 3

Tuesday, 14:00-16:00; 11 Feb 2020; Room 12


Towards child friendly public spaces in Sharjah, UAE

Sharjah Urban Planning Council, UAE

Networking Event, Hall 3

Tuesday, 14:00-16:00; 11 Feb 2020; Room 19


Urban Thinkers Campus - a platform for partnerships & initiatives - a creative & innovative convergence space for stakeholders driving common vision of sustainable urban development

Huairou Commission, Malaysia

Networking Event, Hall 2

Tuesday, 16:30-18:30; 11 Feb 2020; Room 1


Innovations in operationalising safe and sustainable cities in the context of rapid urbanization

Global Challenges Research Fund, UKRI, UK

Networking Event, Hall 2

Tuesday, 16:30-18:30; 11 Feb 2020; Room 7


Innovative partnerships to drive effective national urban policies for sustainable urbanization

RMIT University, Australia

Networking Event, Hall 3

Tuesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 11 Feb 2020; Room 12


Managing the development of sustainable cities and communities – learning from all urban stakeholders

FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers), Switzerland

Networking Event, Hall 3

Tuesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 11 Feb 2020; Room 14


Guiding Principles for City Climate Action Planning

City Climate Action Team, UN-Habitat

Partners Meeting on the toolbox, community of practice, strategy for engagement of cities

Tuesday, 18.30 - 20:30; 11 Feb 2020;  Capital Suite 5


WEDNESDAY


The Dubai-WCCD Local Data Hub – Catalyzing urban innovation across the Middle East

World Council on City Data, Canada

Side Event 63, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 3

WUF10 Announcement


Using integrated planning to foster inclusive communities: how refugee and host community integration can strengthen communities and inform global sustainable development agendas

UNHCR, Kenya

Side Event 64, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 4

WUF10 Announcement


Integrated and participatory urban planning approach in transformation countries and emerging economies – a joint event presenting experiences from Egypt, India and Ukraine

Informal Settlement Development Fund (ISDF) - Egyptian Cabinet, Egypt

Side Event 65, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 5

WUF10 Announcement


A Finance Alliance to project preparation: How to transform ideas into bankable projects

Climate Policy Initiative /Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance, United Kingdom

Side Event 68, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 8

WUF10 Announcement


Climate and Disaster Risk Assessments in Data-Scarce Cities

AECOM, United Kingdom

Side Event 69, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 9

WUF10 Announcement


Urban planning, heritage preservation and cultural development: Navigating past and future in Abu Dhabi

Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Side Event 70, Hall 2

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 10

WUF10 Announcement


Slums and Informal Settlements Network (SISnet): Linking local aspirations to global development frameworks to fight urban poverty

Department of Human Settlements, Government of the Republic of South Africa and Ministry of Urbanism, Housing and Public Hygiene, Senegal

Side Event 71, Hall 3

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 11

WUF10 Announcement


Innovation for sustainable urban expansion: The role of national and local governments

Ministry of Housing, Cities and Territory, Colombia; The World Bank

Side Event 76, Hall 3

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 16

WUF10 Announcement


Citywide inclusive sanitation - a comprehensive and integrated, public service approach to achieve SDGs: The inextricable link of SDG 6 and SDG 11 driving the 2030 agenda of sustainable development

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USA

Side Event 77, Hall 3

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 17

WUF10 Announcement


Urban tools for peace: Upgrading informal settlements and revitalizing public spaces Afghanistan and Libya

Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (Ministry of Urban Development and Land, Deputy Ministry of Municipality and Kabul Municipality) and Libya Urban Planning Authority

Side Event 79, Hall 3

Wednesday, 12:30 - 13:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 79

WUF10 Announcement


Circular built environment supporting innovations in cities

Ministry of the Environment, Finland

Networking Event, Hall 2

Wednesday, 14:00 - 16:00; 12 Feb 2020; Room 3


Integrating climate change adaptation into participatory budgeting practices

Kota Kita Foundation, Indonesia

Networking Event, Hall 2

Wednesday, 14:00 - 16:00; 12 Feb 2020; Room 15


Innovation for building sustainable infrastructure: lessons from the world

ARUP, UK; and University of Southern Denmark

Networking Event, Hall 2

Wednesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 5


The million neighborhoods network: localizing sustainable development through better connected communities

Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation, University of Chicago, USA

Networking Event, Hall 2

Wednesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 9


Participatory upgrading of slums and informal settlements – urban sustainability management has a key role

FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers), Switzerland; and UN-Habitat

Networking Event 152, Hall 3

Wednesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 12

WUF10 Announcement


Urban Thinkers Campus - World Urban Campaign

WUC Partners; UN-Habitat WUC Secretariat

Networking Event, Hall 3

Wednesday, 16:30 - 18:30; 12 Feb 2020; Room 17

WEF10 Announcement