سخنرانی‌های شهری

سخنرانی­‌های شهری (Urban Lectures)

سخنرانی‌های شهری ویدئوهایی هستند که به صورت رایگان برای دانشگاهیان و یا اهداف تخصصی یا شخصی در دسترس همگان قرار می‌گیرند. در آوریل سال 2014 میلادی برنامه اسکان بشر ملل متحد برنامه “سخنرانی­‌های شهری” را راه‌اندازی کرد. این ویدئوها شامل 15 دقیقه سخنرانی در مورد مسائل شهرها و شهرنشینی هستند. سخنران­‌ها با کار و اهداف هبیتات آشنایی داشته و از میان دانشگاهیان، محققان، سازمان‌های دولتی و نهادهای خصوصی انتخاب شد­ه‌اند. این سخنرانی‌­ها بر اساس تجزیه و تحلیل و ارائه پیشنهاداتی در زمینه مسائل موجود تهیه شده و مثال­‌هایی عملی برای بکارگیری این پیشنهادات مطرح می­‌کنند. تاکنون یک فصل از سخنرانی­‌های شهری برای استفاده در دسترس همگان قرار گرفته است و با توجه به استقبال صورت گرفته، فصل دوم نیز در حال تولید بوده که 8 ویدئو نیز از سری دوم در سایت هبیتات در دسترس است.

دفتر هبیتات در ایران به همراه واحد علوم و تحقیقات دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی از مهر ماه ۱۳۹۴ سلسله سخنرانی‌های شهری را در این دانشگاه برگزار خواهند کرد.

 

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لیست سخنرانی‌­های شهری در جدول زیر قابل مشاهده است. علاقمندان می‌توانند با کلیک بر روی عنوان هر سخنرانی ویدئو آن را دریافت کنند.

Time (min) Speaker Title
 25  Claudio Acioly (chief Training and Capacity Development of UN-Habitat)  Street Led Citywide Slum Upgrading (Starting slum upgrading interventions based on the streets & definitions of the street network, and bring this to a city wide scale)  1
 17  Shlomo Angel (Adjunct Professor of Urban Planning at the Urbanization Project, located at the Stern School of Business of New York University)  Making Room for a Planet of Cities (On replacing the current ‘containment paradigm’ that now guides the planning of cities with the ‘making room paradigm’ that is more appropriate to cities in rapidly-urbanizing countries)  2
 17 Eugenie L Birch (Professor of Urban Research,

Department of City and Regional Planning, School of Design, University of Pennsylvania)

 Slums and Cities- Past, Present and Future (On low income housing conditions and the various approaches to ameliorating them in rapidly urbanizing places from the late 19th century to the present)  3
 16 Robert Cervero (Chair of Urban Studies

and Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley)

 Transforming Cities with Transit (On the challenges of leveraging Transit Oriented Development through high-performance transit investments, focusing on Bus Rapid Transit systems)  4
 15  Ron Dembo (founder and CEO of Zerofootprint)  Citizen roles in resilient cities (On the role of citizens in developing cities, and on how citizen behaviour affects sustainability)  5
 10 Reinhard Goethert (teaches at MIT)  Incremental Housing (On incremental housing as one of the few proactive ways that affordable housing can be provided to meet the speed and scale demands for housing)  6
 5  Mohamed Halfani (Head of Research at the UN-Habitat) The notion of prosperity (Towards a more robust notion of development)  7
 9 Nabeel Hamdi (He has consulted on

participatory action planning and upgrading of slums in cities to all major international development agencies and to charities and NGO’s worldwide)

 Participation in Practice (On articulating the strategic value of participation to ensure both equity and efficiency in development planning in cities)  8
 13 Anna Heringer (Prof. of the UNESCO Chair for Earthen Architecture, Constructive

Cultures and Sustainable Development in Germany)

 Handmade architecture as a catalyst for development (Discussing how architects and planners can strengthen cultural identities, support local economies and foster ecological balance through design)  9
 22 Marijk Huysman (senior academic staff at the Institute

for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) )

 Pro-poor Solid Waste Management (Drawing attention to the impacts of ignoring the needs of the urban poor when designing urban solid waste management systems, focusing on inclusive pro-poor approaches that benefit the urban poor – both as service users and as service providers)  10
 9 Urban Jonsson (Executive Director of The Owls,

an international consultancy company specialized in Human Rights and Development based in Dar es Salaam,Tanzania)

A rights-based approach to urban development (On how to achieve a ‘City with Rights’ through a human rights-based urbanisation process)  11
 17 Janice Perlman (independent scholar and the founder and

president of the Mega-Cities Project)

 Urban Informality- Marginal or mainstream (Revealing the changes over 40 years in the favelas in Rio de Janeiro and introducing the Mega-Cities Project strategy to “shorten the lag time between ideas and implementation”)  12
17 Edgar Pieterse (holder of the South African Research Chair in Urban Policy. He is founding director the African Centre for Cities (ACC) and is professor in the School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics, both at the University of Cape Town)  How can we transcend slum urbanism in Africa (On exploring the probable future of African cities as one of interminable slum urbanism with a view to identify a grounded conceptual framework that can open up alternative pathways)  13
 14 Hugo Priemus (professor emeritus in Housing, OTB

Research Institute for the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology)

 Post industrial Dynamics and Urban Housing (Advocating a mixed urban housing strategy to provide high-quality urban housing for knowledge workers and affordable housing for middle- and low-income households)  14
 15 Mary Rowe (Vice President & Managing Director

of the Municipal Art Society of New York City)

 Fostering Resilience through Community Based Innovation (This lecture highlights the critical role of granular approaches – hyper-local initiatives that fine-tune responses – to addressing the particular livability and/or resilience challenges a neighborhood or community faces)  15
 15 Martim Smolka (an economist with a MA and PhD in

Regional Science from the University of Pennsylvania. As director (since 1995) of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s Latin American Program)

Value capture as a land based tool to finance urban development (Presenting a promising land based alternative category of instruments to finance and promote urban development)  16
 20 Stefan Schurig (working for the World Future Council

(WFC), spokesperson for Greenpeace in

Germany and headed the Greenpeace Climate and Energy Department)

From Agropolis to Ecopolis – heading towards regenerative cities (On the vision of regenerative cities- greening urban systems of production, consumption and construction)  17
 13 Raf Tuts (Coordinator of the Urban Planning and

Design Branch of the UN-Habitat)

 Compact Integrated and Connected Cities (Focusing on what UN-Habitat intends to achieve in the strategic plan focus area of urban planning and design)  18
 14 Christian Werthmann (Professor at the Institute of

Landscape Architecture, Leibniz University Hannover)

 Metropolis Non-Formal, 10 things designers need to work on (On the 10 most important considerations for designers and planners who engage in emerging cities with low-income populations)  19

لیست سخنرانی­های شهری در جدول زیر قابل مشاهده است. علاقمندان می­توانند با کلیک بر روی عنوان هر سخنرانی ویدئو آن را دریافت کنند.

Time (min) Speaker Title
 20 Joan Clos (Executive Director

of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme)

Principles of Planned Urbanization  1
 15 Peter Ward (professor in the Department of

Sociology (College of Liberal Arts), and in the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs)

Rehabilitation & Densification in Consolidated Informal Settlements  2
 14 Marja Hoek-Smit (Director of the International Housing Finance Program of the Wharton School Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center, and an Adjunct Professor in the Wharton Real Estate Department of the University of Pennsylvania) Mass Housing Requires Mass Housing Finance  3
 14 Robert Buckley (Studley Fellow at the New School in New York City, he was a lead economist and advisor at the World Bank and Managing Director at the Rockefeller Foundation) Urbanization and Demographics, the Coordination Problem  4
 15 Michael Cohen (Ph.D., University of Chicago) is Director of the International Affairs Program) Urban Economy in the New Millennium (On the importance of cities driving national economic development)  5
 10 Chris Jefferies (world leader in the design and planning of sustainable urban drainage systems(SUDS) ) Urban Drainage & Green Infrastructure (Introducing modern approaches to sustainable drainage and showing how they can be fully integrated into the green infrastructure of a city)  6
 14 Jane Weru (a lawyer and holds a Master’s Degree in NGO Management from the London School of Economics) Too Pressed To Wait (plight of women and girls living in informal settlements in Nairobi, with special regard to the poor sanitation conditions prevalent in informal settlements in the city)  7
 11 Clarissa Augustinus (Unit Leader of Land and the Global Land Tool Network, Urban Legislation, Land and Governance Branch, UN-Habitat) Addressing Global Land Challenges (Introducing the land challenges facing the planet, and some of the solutions for creating sustainable cities)  8

 

 

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