Copatrocinado con la ciudad de Mannheim, Kuala Lumpur, el Parlamento Mundial de Alcaldes, Kota Kita (una ONG indonesia) y The New School

FORO URBANO MUNDIAL 9
Pre-evento
Martes 6 de febrero de 2018. Kuala Lumpur. 13 hs a 18:30 hs.

Este evento trata sobre «Pasar de qué a cómo» en la implementación de los ODS y la Nueva Agenda Urbana. Abordará tres preguntas: capacidad local, implementación local y monitoreo del progreso en el logro de estos objetivos.

WORLD URBAN FORUM 9

Moving from What to How.
Implementing and Monitoring the New Urban Agenda

Pre-event
Tuesday, February 6, 2018. Kuala Lumpur. 13 hs to 18:30 hs.

DRAFT PROGRAM

 

 

Opening Remarks

 

13:00 – 13:15

 

Michael Cohen, The New School (5 min)

Peter Kurz, Mayor of Mannheim and Vice-President of the Global Parliament of Mayors (5 min)

Ahmad Rifai, Kota Kita (5 min)

 

 

1. Panel: Implementing the NUA in cities. Case Studies.

 

13:15 – 14:30

 

 

Approximately:

10min per presentation

20 min Q&A

 

 

Presentations should address:

– The challenge that the city was /is facing

– Policies and practices that positively or negatively affected the challenge

– Lessons learned for other cities

 

Presenters:

David Simon, University of Gothenburg, Mistra Urban Futures

Michael Cohen, The New School

Sri Sofjan, Huairou Commission

Kemal Taruc, Jakarta University

Mannheim or other GMP city

 

Moderator: Kota Kita

 

COFFEE BREAK 14:30 – 14:45

 

2. Panel:

Local capacity to accomplish the “how.”

 

 

14:45 – 16:00

 

 

Approximately:

10min per presentation

20 min Q&A

 

 

 

 

Presentations should respond to the following questions:

Do city authorities and local governments have enough capacity to shape their futures?

What are the ways that cities are gaining that capacity politically and economically?

What role do city networks or civil society organizations play in increasing capacity?

Presenters:

Alex Jachnow, IHS

Margarita Gutman, The New School

Gulelat Kebede

GPM city to be identified

 

Moderator: TBD

COFFEE BREAK 16:00 – 16:15

 

3. Panel:

Monitoring and the Role of Local Data.

 

16:15 – 17:30

 

 

 

Approximately:

10min per presentation

20 min Q&A

 

 

 

Presentations should respond to:

– How should commitments and goals be monitored? Who should monitor?

– How can monitoring efforts go beyond assessment exercises but also increase accountability, and feed back into policy debates and discussions at the local level?

– Finally, how can alternative and innovative types of data complement government statistics?

Presenters:

Lena Simet and David Lopez, The New School

Javier Perez Burgos, National Planning Department of Colombia

Christian Hubel, Mannheim

Jose Carrera, Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) (TBC)

 

Moderator: Magali Fricaudet, UCLG

 

 

Closing Remarks

 

17:30 – 18:00

 

 

Christoph Beier, GIZ

Peter Kurz, Mayor of Mannheim and Vice-President, Global Parliament of Mayors

Kota Kita

Michael Cohen, The New School

18:00 – 18:30 RECEPTION

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