Anne Mette Niebuhr
JESPER NYGÅRD, CEO, Realdania
Who is coming?
Architects, urban planners, developers, entrepreneurs, contractors, suppliers, investors, NGOs, foundations, young professionals, universities, policy makers, mayors and a wide range of industries – all engaged in the green transition.
With gratitude to our partners!
The planning and orchestration of a world congress requires human as well as financial resources. The UIA2023CPH Founding Partners have generously provided resources for the establishment of a secretariat and a variety of congress activities, scientific research, and not least hosting our delegates in the Bella Congress Center.
Our UIA 2023 Impact Partners provide agenda driven content and share knowhow and solutions by hosting grand symposiums, engaging in case-competitions, and setting up larger exhibitions and/or lounges, which welcome all delegates for further networking and debating the UIA 2023 agenda.
The UIA 2023 Knowledge Partners represent a variety of sectors ranging from the industry, associations, NGOs, universities, and philanthropic foundations. All partners contribute by either showcasing own projects, by sharing their professional knowledge within their specific field of expertise and everyday practice, and/or by financially supporting underlying projects initiatives.
The Copenhagen Municipality has been a close partner and responsible for the celebration of the honorable title as UNESCO World Capital of Architecture. A title which has transformed into concrete activities and exhibitions across the City of Copenhagen throughout 2023. The Danish Architecture Center (DAC) has put time and effort in the planning and coordination of UIA2023CPH events, talks and tours around Copenhagen, and Wonderful Copenhagen has provided immense support in all aspects of making the visit to Copenhagen a positive end memorable experience.
KINDLY INVITED BY
We urge all partners to contribute to our Fellowship & Student Grant Pool. These resources are earmarked with the aim of getting everyone on board the UIA World Congress – despite limited resources. We already have a waiting list of highly dedicated individuals, to whom receiving a fellowship or student grant, decides whether to participate and contribute to the congress – or not.
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