Our Founder and Director Gregor Mews will present on the 14 December 2017 at the Technical University of Berlin in the Urban Management Program on „Health and Well-being and the Implementation of the New Urban Agenda“ in Berlin, Germany
We are planning a Side networking event for the World Urban Forum between 7th-13 February 2018 – watch this space for the interdisciplinary line up of world experts in relation to children’s health and wellbeing in urban systems advocating for better outcomes, based on our findings from „Shaping Spaces for Gen Z“. More information can be accessed soon under wuf9.org
Urban Synergies Group will present at the Urban Thinkers Academy 6th February 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Missed the opportunity to hear Charles Wolfe on „Seeing the better city“? Don’t worry we recoded the event live on our Facebook site. Simply visit Facebook.com/urbansynergiesgroup, like us and watch the presentation.
Our Associate Dr. Milica Muminovic facilitated the „Making Space” round table on „Housing” at the Legislative Assembly on the 4th October 2017 in Canberra, Australia.
Gregor Mews will present and share the latest research findings on “play for all and the urban environment” at the 20th Triennial International Play Association World Conference in Canada on 17th September 2017. If you are interested in attending please make sure to meet up with us. http://canada2017.ipaworld.org/
Seeing the city we need- with urbanist writer Charles R. (Chuck) Wolfe on the 9th October 2017 6pm at Legislative Assembly in Canberra, Australia. As a long time urban writer, photographer, affiliate associate professor and land-use attorney based in Seattle, Chuck will share insights and expertise as a dynamic speaker who leads explorations of urban spaces impacted by rapid change and growth. Join us to hear valuable insights from Chuck about his latest book Seeing the Better City followed by a panel discussion with local and international experts and thought leaders. Let’s discuss pathways to accelerated actions for a better urban future through looking at our cities and becoming better observers of urban issues.