As a season finale of our 2023 series of Aften Uden Grænser (Evening Without Borders), we once again invite you to join us for a night of enlightenment and debate. The event is as always free, so please share with your friends and colleagues and just as the last event, it will be in English.
With the extreme urbanization of the Global South, planning has never been more important for the health of entire communities and quality of life for the urban populations. This evening, our presenters focus on the consequences and solutions of urbanization:
17.30 The doors open
18:10 Anne Bach Nielsen, Postdoc, Department of Global Health, University of Copenhagen
18:50 Helle Juul, Architect and founding partner, Juul and Frost Architects
19:30 Debate and questions
20:00 Beer, wine, snacks and talk
The event takes place on Thursday November 30 from 17:30 to 20:00, at Vesterbrogade 32, Copenhagen (Valencia event space).
About the speakers:
Helle Juul, Architect and partner, Juul and Frost Architects. Throughout her career, Helle Juul has worked with planning and health for many years, most recently it has turned into research and a book publication about health in Danish cities.
Anne Bach Nielsen, Postdoc, Department of Global Health, University of Copenhagen, examines how cities are increasingly taking political initiative to combat climate change through adaptation and resilience strategies.
‘AFTEN UDEN GRÆNSER’ are quarterly events organized by Architects Without Borders. The aim is to expand the architectural profession and show how architects and related professions can improve conditions for vulnerable communities.