Click here for a PDF version of the final programme. The Campus was organised into three Urban Thinkers Sessions (interactive workshops) as presented below.
Participants included: Martin Bean CBE Vice Chancellor, RMIT University Tim Costello AO CEO, World Vision International Professor Ralph Horne Director, UN Global Compact – Cities Programme Robert Doyle Lord Mayor, City of Melbourne Mayor Steve Chadwick Mayor, City of Rotorua Martin Thomas CEO, Habitat for Humanity Australia John Watson Cities Editor, The Conversation Toby … Continue reading 8:30am – 12:00pm – Keynotes and Panel Discussion
The first round of parallel urban thinkers sessions were open to all. These sessions were a space to feed the debate on key issues participants want to raise in order to contribute to a new urban paradigm. Themes addressed in the urban thinkers sessions feed into the main theme of the Melbourne Urban Thinkers Campus: Ethical Cities. Participants had … Continue reading 1:00pm – 3:00pm – Round 1 Parallel Urban Thinkers Sessions
The second round of parallel urban thinkers sessions provided an opportunity to build upon and refine ideas, discussions and solutions generated in the first round of urban thinkers sessions. They also provided participants with the opportunity to engage in more than one thematic area. These sessions were a space to feed the debate on key issues participants want … Continue reading 3:30pm – 4:30pm – Round 2 Parallel Urban Thinkers Sessions
The Urban Thinkers Campus allowed partners to build a consensus. In the plenary session, ideas, discussions and solutions generated in the breakout sessions were presented in summary form to participants. The focus of this session was on the common values and principles attendees want to support and the key messages they want to promote to … Continue reading 4:30pm – 5:30pm – Plenary Session and Closing Address