- Press release
The course combines the excellent reputation of ESSB in governance studies & public management with the 60-year history of IHS in the field of urban management and development.
Is your city/region trying to secure financing to achieve ambitious energy and climate objectives? Or do you have projects/activities in sustainable financing that you would showcase at
IHS and ISOCARP (the International Society of City and Regional Planners) start up joint activities & revive old collaboration.
The two guest lectures are: 'Neighbourhood Effects and Segregation over the Life Course' and 'Who is Afraid of Rotterdam? How a Post-Industrial City Tries to ‘Engineer’ Its Population'