Strategies for Successful Cities:
A Dutch Perspective; Prague

17. April 2018 (18:30-20:30)

Aspen Institute Central Europe in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands organize a public debate on strategies for open urban planning focusing on sustainable development of cities. The debate is a part of the series Strategies for Successful Cities: A Dutch Perspective.

The aim of the project is to discuss city innovative concepts in the Central European context, with showcases from the Netherlands with the objective to share best practices. A keynote by Zef Hemel, Dutch visionary urban planner, will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Yvette Vašourková from MOBA. The following guests will share their views on strategies for open urban planning that supports economy, democracy and creativity:

Zef Hemel, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Economic Board
Tomáš Lapáček, Prague Institute of Planning and Development
Zdeněk Tomíček, Association of Small and Medium Enterprises

The debate will be in English language!


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