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For the first time in the Americas! World Urban Parks annually organizes the World Urban Parks Congress, the most important global event on public spaces, urban parks, and recreation.
In recent years, countries such as Portugal, South Africa, Australia, Russia, and Albania have hosted this important event. For five days, Keynote Sessions, Educational Sessions, Workshops, and a Commercial Exhibition of companies in the industry are held.
The event shares knowledge and provides a collective voice for all people and organizations involved in green cities, open spaces, recreation, and health.
Additionally, is an event that allows reflection on urgent problems of urban development, and the contribution to a stable and sustainable development of open urban areas for the benefit of society and the improvement of the quality of life of citizens.
During these three months, leaders, and projects from all over the world were summoned
The WUP Congress event stands out for its keynote sessions and international experts, round tables, and workshops, being a space for connection and networking between professionals.
Since March, the call for educational sessions and scientific posters was open, ending on May 15th. During these three months, leaders, and projects from all over the world were summoned...
Many attended our call, here we present some of the numbers.
112 proposals received
Africa – Argentina – Brazil Cameroon – Canada – Chile Colombia – Denmark – France India – Israel – Japan – Mexico New Zealand - Spain
In the months of May and June, a broad and in-depth evaluation and selection process will be carried out with more than 20 experts in urban parks, public spaces, and recreation from around the world. All of this to receive the most outstanding conferences during the five days of the congress.
We greatly appreciate all the people who submitted a proposal! Stay tune for the results!
WUP Congress 2022 November 14th – 18th
Workshops: November 14 and 15
Expo Parks: November 16 to 18
Keynotes and Educational sessions: November 16 to 18