25th EAROPH World Congress: Our Urban Futures – Sustainable And Resilient

  • DATE / TIME:
    2016•08•09    08:00 - 2016•08•11    17:00
    Kota Kinabalu

    EAROPH is the Eastern Regional Organisation for Planning and Human Settlements. Their 2016 World Congress examines changes in ways cities and regions must be planned, built, managed and lived in, creating the balance between growth and development with the ecological system in which we live in order to increase resilience.

    The two-day congress focusses on inclusion, innovation and leadership from community, civil society, government and academic perspectives. UNU-IIGH is proud to support this transdisciplinary congress and contribute a plenary presentation as well as funding an international speaker.

    Professionals, academics and community groups with a strong interest in an urban resilience agenda are invited to join the EAROPH World Congress 2016 in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. The Congress provides the opportunity to learn from industry leaders and global specialist, share knowledge and exchange experiences and best practices as well as gain practical knowledge in implementing resilience projects. It will also be a platform to create new contacts and forge relationship, develop partnerships and foster networking opportunities between cities, like-minded organizations and individuals to learn and work together to deliver sustainable solutions.

    For more information and registration, please visit: 25th EAROPH World Congress

    EAROPH is a non-governmental multi-sectorial organisation encompassing the private, public and academic sector was established to foster the exchange of insights and experiences among countries in the EAROPH region. It promotes a better understanding of Human Settlements and encourages excellence in planning, Development and management to improve the quality of life and sustainability of human settlements.

  • 1. Mr. Vincent Michael Patrick (Earoph Secretariat) at +6016 656 7656
    2. Mr. Azziqurol Hakim Azizan (APUDG) at +603 7887 5801 / 5802 / 5804