The World Urban Forum Eleventh Session, hosted by World Habitat Awards partner UN-Habitat, will take place this year in Katowice, Poland between the 26-30th June. Along with our partners in the Co-Habitat Network we are hosting an Exhibition Stand and very much look forward to meeting everyone who is attending.
On June 28th, along with UN-Habitat, we’ll be presenting Public Works Studio with their 2021 World Habitat Gold Award. Public Works Studio, Lebanon won the award for their project, Housing Monitor. The project provides valuable community tools for equitable housing rights in Beirut.
Following the presentation World Habitat and Public Works Studio will be joined by 10 Tooba, Egypt, to discuss how community tools can make housing injustices visible in complex environments, forge solidarity networks and push equitable housing policies.
If you are attending WUF, be sure to register for the session here.
For full details of the World Habitat discussion and to receive a live link register here.