EAROPH Australia is Australia's chapter of the Eastern Regional Organisation for Planning and Human Settlements.
EAROPH Australia Executive Committee of 2019 with Senator Claire Moore in Brisbane, May 2019.
EAROPH Australia is the Australia's chapter of EAROPH. EAROPH is a non-governmental, multi-sectoral civil society organisation established in 1960 to foster the exchange of insights and experiences among countries in the EAROPH region. EAROPH promotes a better understanding of human settlements and encourages excellence in planning, development, and management to improve the quality of life and sustainability of human settlements. To contact us, please visit the contact page.
2019 Annual General Meeting in Brisbane
EAROPH Australia holds its AGMs in various regions of Australia. Our 2019 AGM was held on 4 May in Brisbane. On 3 May, EAROPH Australia organised a successful SDGs Roundtable event at the QUT Gardens Point Campus - Making the SDGs Happen in Australia. The event was opened by Senator Claire Moore, Shadow Minister for International Development and the Pacific, and attended by a range of organisations.
26th EAROPH World Congress
1 and 2 November 2018
31 October 2018 (EAROPH Council and ExCo meeting)
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Highlights, presentations, and videos from the Implementing the New Urban Agenda and SDGs Conference can be accessed here.
The 26th EAROPH World Congress was held in partnership with Compass Housing and the 2nd International Implementing the New Urban Agenda and SDGs Conference.
More than 200 delegates from around Australia and the Asia-Pacific gathered in Newcastle to share experiences and projects on implementing the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda.
EAROPH Australia presented its Annual Report to the International Council Meeting of EAROPH, held in Newcastle on 31 October. You can download a copy of the Annual Report here.
The 27th EAROPH World Congress will be hosted by the Philippines in 2020.
Evidence to SDGs Parliament Inquiry
EAROPH Australia, represented by Vice-President Clinton Moore, gave public evidence to the Senate's Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee in December 2018. The Hansard transcript of EAROPH Australia's evidence can be accessed here. The full report with recommendations can be accessed here.
Submission to SDGs Parliament Inquiry
In early 2018 EAROPH Australia made a submission to the Australian Parliament's Inquiry into the SDGs. A copy of the submission is available here.
EAROPH Australia at World Urban Forum 9 (WUF9)
EAROPH Australia hosted and chaired a number of events at WUF9 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in February 2018. Dr Jane Stanley, President of EAROPH Australia, launched her new book How to Build Local Economies at WUF9.
EAROPH Australia-affiliated websites
EAROPH International website
International Federation of Housing and Planning website
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