The German Habitat Forum took place in Berlin on 1-2 June 2016 and brought together about 1000 attendees from 74 countries. The results of the deliberations by this wide range of stakeholders are the “Berlin Recommendations for the Cities of Tomorrow” which you can find by clicking on the link below. These recommendations are suggested as inputs for the ongoing negotiations on the New Urban Agenda, to be adopted at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) in Quito, Ecuador in October 2016.
Workshop Key Messages
Key results from the workshops on 1. and 2. June 2016 found their way into the Berlin Recommendations. You can find an additional overview of the key messages from each workshop using the link below. The conference documentation with a detailed presentation of the workshop results will be published on our website soon.
Video: City Impressions
Refugees and Migration in an Urban Context
Poverty, Inequality and Social Mobility
Mitigating climate change through sustainable urban mobility
Realizing Inclusive and Sustainable Rural Urban Linkages through Food and Agriculture
ICT and Smart Planning
Building the Cities Women Want: Safe, Resilient and Equitable
Governance, Civic Participation & Capacity
Cities as Actors
Livable Cities for People
Integrated Urban Development
Climate Change and Urban Development