Post-Conflict Planning – Continue the discussion!
Public Event · Hosted by Heshmat Najim and Ivan Thung

27 March at 12:30
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft
Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL Delft
ROOM C

Agenda:

12:30 – 12:45
Presentation proceedings International Symposium Planning and Post-Conflict Cities

12:45 – 13:15
Heshmat Najim
Strategies for planning in aftermath of conflict in Kabul

13:15 – 13:45
Ivan Thung (UN-Habitat)
Urgent planning challenges in Iraq and Somalia.

In November 2015 we organised the symposium planning and post-conflict cities. With this event, we will continue the discussion on how planning could contribute both in planning both during and after conflict as well as reflect on the outcomes of the symposium.

There are many cities being retaken by forces in which fighting has been going on. Both Aleppo and Mosul are being retaken by government forces, and reconstruction planning will follow. However, we observe that there is still limited knowledge and discussion on planning approaches to these sensitive situations.

This includes a range of issues, from informal development, internally displaced persons, and the transition from humanitarian to a development perspective,

The presentation will discuss some of recent challenges in Mosul and we will share some experiences from planning in Afghanistan.

 

You can download the proceedings from HERE.

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