The Hamamatsu Resolution, Good Practice Guide, and Resource Database
The Hamamatsu Resolution resulted from the 2004 Ifpra Congress in Hamamatsu Japan where it was proposed to create a Good Practice Guideline for the creation of a harmonious environment to contribute to liveable and sustainable communities in the 21st Century. 43 examples of good practices were collected, primarily from Japan, Australia, and the UK, and edited by Ifpra Japan into the Good Practices on Hamamatsu Resolution publication.
The Good Practices on Hamamatsu Resolution guide envisaged that members would continue to submit good or leading practices contributing to liveable and sustainable communities.
Good Practice Database 2015
This database collects examples of good parks, open space and recreation practices.
A PDF version of the World Urban Parks Good Practices Database 2015 is available here.
Good Practice Database 2017
This items marks a new start for the collection of "Good Practices", a work "under (permanent) construction".
We're planning to collect good practices focused on these subject matters or topics:
Summary of results of the 2016 questionnaire on large urban parks and the list of participants of the 2016 Questionnaire.