Training at the World Urban Forum 9 Conference in Kuala Lumpur

Dave Adamson has recently delivered a Training Event at the World Urban Forum 9 (WUF9) conference in Kuala Lumpur ( 7-14th February). WUF9 is the biennial UN Habitat conference and this year attracted some 25,000 delegates. The theme of the conference was the implementation of the UN Habitat New Urban Agenda and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Alignment of the Deep Place method with both UN frameworks was recognised by the acceptance, against considerable competition, for inclusion in the Training Events delivered at the conference. Over 30 delegates drawn from a diverse range of occupations and nations attended the Training Event. The event explored the applicability of th

Deep Place at the World Urban Forum (WUF9) Kuala Lumpur

Dave Adamson is delivering a Deep Place training event at the World Urban Forum ( on the 11th February. WUF9 is the biennial conference of the UN Human Settlements programme. It takes place over the next week in Kuala Lumpur and is expected to attract up to 30,000 delegates. Following closely on the 2016 Habitat III conference in Quito, where the New Urban Agenda was adopted by 167 nations, the theme of the conference is Cities 2030, Cities for all: Implementing the New Urban Agenda. The Deep Place approach to equitable and sustainable communities aligns with the New Urban Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. Nearly 40 delegates have registered for the Deep Place train

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