The IHS Urban Heritage Strategies short course will be offered in a new hybrid form that consists of two parts: online and on-site. Applications are open until 30 June 2020.
In this interview, we talked to Ore Fika, Urban Land & Housing Development specialist, about Land Law and its connection to real estate, gentrification and sustainable development of cities.
Join the Urban Land Governance for Sustainable Development (ULGSD) Master Track Essay Contest and win a €3000 tuition fee waiver.
In this interview, Urban Land Governance for Sustainable Development student Jianmei Hu shares her experience with the programme curriculum, the lecturers and student life at IHS.
While the Americas face high peaks in the wave of contagion, some European and Asian countries are slowly transiting to the new normal. This transition is characterized by the leadership of local[...]
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes fourth policy brief: Resilient communities and the role of local government
Covid-19 demands a paradigm shift in the way Rotterdam is managed. This policy paper outlines an adaptive, bottom-up and resilient alternative.
Within the Rotterdam Impact Study COVID-19, Vital Cities and Citizens publishes a policy brief advocating innovative Rotterdam policy.
In light of the recent police violence and racist acts in the United States, people took to the streets to express their anger and frustration at these systemic injustices through protest movements.
It is with a heavy heart we share the sad news of our beloved IHS alum Mauricio Sosa Santibáñez passing away. We remember Mauricio as an incredibly warm person, with a kind heart and generous smile.
The COVID-19 pandemic has mostly affected cities. Pre-existent urban challenges such as inequality, informality and overcrowding have been exacerbated due to the prevention and mitigation [...]