53rd IMCL Conference

A Universal Charter for Creating Healthy, Sustainable, Just Cities and Settlements

On the final day of the Rome Conference, delegates collaborated to develop a Charter to guide the development of healthy, sustainable, just cities and settlements.

2016 Design Awards

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Program

Preliminary Program

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Topics

Topics at the 53rd IMCL Conference on Caring for Our Common Home: Sustainable, Healthy, Just Cities and Settlements include:

Achieving Healthy, Just, Sustainable Cities

Panelists & Paper Presenters

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Kathy Arthurson, A/Professor, Neighbourhoods, Housing and Health Research Unit, Flinders University, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA. Policies for Achieving Healthy, Just and Sustainable Australian Cities: Planning for Urban Diversity

Keynote Speakers

Maxim Atayants, Architect, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA. Creating a
New Classical Urban Fabric 

 

 

 

 

53rd Conference

Università Urbaniana, Rome, Italy
June 13-17, 2016

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