Towards the Implementation of the New Urban Agenda – Urban LandscapeBarcelona - Spain
Tuesday, 13 June 2017
8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m.
Caixa Forum Barcelona
Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
The New Urban Agenda commits to create and maintain well-connected and well-distributed networks of open, multipurpose, safe, inclusive, accessible, green and quality public spaces to promoting attractive and liveable cities, human settlements and urban landscapes.
In addition, it recognises culture as a priority component of urban plans and strategies, safeguarding a diverse range of tangible and intangible urban heritage and landscape.
Join us for coffee and conversation on how to take action on the New Urban Agenda around the concept of Urban Landscape and its power as real facilitator of the socio-economic function of the city.
Programme8:30 – Get together, coffee and tea
8:45 – Implementing the New Urban Agenda
Dr. Joan Clos, Habitat III Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN-Habitat
Mr. Josep Rull, Regional Minister of Catalonia for Territory and Sustainability
Ms. Janet Sanz, Deputy Mayor for Ecology, Urbanism and Mobility of Barcelona
9:30 – The experience of the city of Bogota, Colombia
Ms Nadime Yaver, Director for the Office of Public Space at the Municipality of Bogota
9:50 – Wrap-up
Register here to attend the Urban Breakfast
Registration to the Second International Congress on Urban Landscape is not required to get access to the Urban Breakfast session
– The discussion will be held in Spanish, no simultaneous translation provided –