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WUF11: Networking Session – Unleashing the transformational potential of the New Leipzig Charter

International Congress Centre (MCK), Plac Sławika i Antalla 1 40-163 Katowice, Poland.

The session aims at discussing the thematic linkages, potentials and critical issues in and between the three dimensions - the just city, the green city, and the productive city - of the New Leipzig Charter and cities’ needs to drive urban transitions along these dimensions in an integrated approach. It will highlight key issues to empower cities to unleash their transformative potential.

International Symposium: Territorial Turn!

Graz University of Technology Kronesgasse 5, 8010, Graz

Join us for the International Symposium Territorial Turn! held by the Institute of Urbanism, TU Graz, and elaborate together with our keynote

5th Annual Place Making Week

Pontevedra, Spain

Placemaking Week Europe is Europe's founding and largest placemaking festival. In the spirit of collaboration and inspiration, over 400 practitioners meet every

A European task: Integrating refugees in the housing market


With the so-called refugee crisis in Europe from 2015 onwards, the immigration of refugees to several European countries has massively increased. This has resulted in enormous pressure for adequate short-term accommodation for these people and their long-term access to the housing market. With the influx of refugees from Ukraine since February 2022, access to the housing market as well as the provision of affordable housing are once again extremely pressing issues. In addition, the question of affordable housing does not only arise for refugees, but also includes other disadvantaged groups on the housing market in different European cities.

Natural Gas-Free Neighbourhoods Workshop


Within the Dutch ‘Natural Gas-Free Neighbourhoods’ (PAW) programme, city districts are currently trying different methods to achieve the transition to a low-carbon

The 2022 Urban Research Conference

2022 was the year that cities would recover from the woes of the pandemic and tackle rising social and economic inequality. Then




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