Programme

Current facets (Pre-Master)

November 6th, Tuesday

Location: Maassilo

8:00 - 9:00Registration & Coffee
9:00 - 9:25

Welcome & Opening by Conference Chair Carley Pennink 
and Victor Bekkers (ESSB Dean & VCC leading Dean)

9:30 - 09:50Keynote Speech: Who are the City Makers and Breakers?, by Nina Glick-Schiller
09:55 - 10:50

Panel Session #1

Solving Wicked Urban Problems. What do we need?
Moderator: Claudio Acioly
Panellists: Semiha DenktasJurian EdelenbosDerk Loorbach.

10:50  Break
11:10 - 12:00

Breakout Sessions: Round #1 

PEOPLEPLACESKNOW-HOW
Engaged Entrepreneurs: Happiness and Business Growth
Dewi Kanters
Green Cities: How to Measure a City’s Green Performance and its Relation to Liveability
Ogenis Brilhante and Julia Skinner
Urban Learning Strategies Within Dutch Cities. What do they need? What would help them select the most adequate learning method?
Leon van den Dool (PwC, IHS)
How to make Urban Labour Markets More Inclusive 
Paula NaglerJan Fransen
*The Adaptive Re-use of the Maassilo
Jean-Paul Corten
Co-Creation of Knowledge in Practice: Urban Knowledge Labs on ‘Livable Rotterdam neighbourhoods’ and ‘Rotterdam talent’
Erik Snel & Philip Karre (DPAS), Sabine Severiens & Marije Stoltenborgh (DPECS)
12:15 - 13:00Lunch
13:15 - 13:35Keynote Speech  
13:40 - 14:00Keynote Speech: Citizens in the Smart City, by Liesbet van Zoonen
14:05 - 15:00

Panel Session #2

Cities' Roadmap to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Moderator: Jan Fransen
Panellists: Rob van TulderEmma Clemens, other panel speakers TBC 

15:00Break
15:15 - 16:15Breakout Sessions: Round #2 
PEOPLEPLACESKNOW-HOW
Enacting Urban Citizenship: Harmonies and Dissonances in Well-being, Health and Security 
Helen Hintjens and Rachel Kurian
The Socio-Economic Impact of Major Urban Regeneration Projects: Feyenoord City
Edu Jansing
City to City Knowledge Transfer Through Peer Learning and Mentoring
Elena EnsenadoJennifer Heemann (IHS)
Cities of Migration: Beyond Superdiversity
Peter Scholten
 Joined-up Action for Improved Quality of Living Environments
Gerard Nijboer, Jochem Cooiman, Mike Duijn
*Gentrification and Urban Heritage
Remco Vermeulen
  

How to bring Water Into Mainstream Education?
Dr. Mansee Bal Bhargava

16:15Break
16:30 - 17:30Breakout Sessions: Round #3
PEOPLEPLACESKNOW-HOW
*Documentary film screening on Westfort, South AfricaUrban Challenges in the Global South: Housing Provision and Management, Urban Resilience and Spatial Justice
Luz Vergara d'Alençon
Co-Creation in Pilots and Infrastructure Projects: How can citizens take an active role in the process?
Justin Hyatt
Central Library of Rotterdam: Community Impact Through Partnerships
Theo Kemperman, Director
Urban Culture, Heritage and Tourism
Emily Mannheimer and Shirley Nieuwland
Learning Pathways for Adapting Light-Rail Transport Innovations in Cities
Taslim Alade (EGSH EUR)
  Collaborative Capacity for Affordable Housing
Daniel Adamu (EGSH EUR)
17:30Break
17:50 IHS Alumni International Awards Ceremony
19:00Dinner

*Sessions part of a series

November 7th, Wednesday - side event

Location: IHS, Woudestein Campus, Erasmus University Rotterdam

9:30Opening Plenary
10:00 - 11:45 Roundtable Discussions
11:45 End of conference

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