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IHS is developing courses on engaging a broad range of stakeholders in processes of inclusive and sustainable spatial urban transformation.
Not In My Neighbourhood is an impressive portrait of three cities and gives a face and voice to vulnerable yet defiant citizens who are directly affected by gentrification in their own neighbourhood.
Did you know that every year here at IHS we welcome more than 200 students from over 45 nationalities?
Crinezza Mendoza graduated from Urban Management and Development Master's at IHS (UMD-12). She is originally from the Philippines and came to join IHS with the Orange Knowledge Programme Scholarship.
IHS won a new research project that will use ICT to help women create business opportunities, raise awareness of their rights and connect them with the community.
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
María is an IHS alumna who graduated from the Urban Management and Development Master's in 2018 (UMD 14). She was part of the Urban Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change specialisation.
IHS and ISOCARP (the International Society of City and Regional Planners) start up joint activities & revive old collaboration.
Last November, IHS turned 60. To celebrate this milestone, we organised the ‘Empowering Cities and Citizens' conference.