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The Urban Design Alliance (Qld) is presenting a Youth Roundtable on Future Cities
8 September 2009
5.30pm drinks, then 6-8pm
Glass House @ QUT Kelvin Grove
Entry by gold coin
RSVP to udal@envirobusiness.org (to receive map and background papers)
Sponsored by Envirobusiness, Hornery Institute, QUT

Questions:

  • What makes a good city?
  • What is different from what we plan today?

Introductions and setting the scene:

  • UDAL President – James Tuma
  • Youth Spokesperson from UN Habitat – Lucinda Hartley (Vietnam, Japan, Thailand)
  • Architects sans frontiers – Leigh Abernethy
  • Youth Environment Council – Paul Songhurst
  • Youth Parliament Representative – Jessica Silver
  • UDAL Board Youth Representative – Mark Case
  • YSpace – Melinda Halloran
  • Young Planners Rep – Laura Hyk (tbc)
  • Engineers without borders – Penny Prasad
  • YArch representative
  • Young Engineers Australia Rep
  • EIANZ Young Professionals representative
  • Ped Bike Trans representative
  • Every attendee has an opportunity to speak and add recommendations.

Who should come?

  • Young people who live in the city or SEQ region.
  • Anyone (any age) who is interested in urban design futures, strategic planning or scenario planning should attend.
  • Anyone (any age) working in future perspectives with built environment professionals is welcome.

More info:
1300 UDAL QLD
ph 3345 1800 (office)
http://www.udal.org.au

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