What is SPP?
Unplanned development and rapid urban growth are major issues in developing countries and require improved urban and territorial planning. The Spatial Planning Platform (SPP) was established by the Government of Japan and UN-Habitat's Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific in 2018 as a network of stakeholders aiming to achieve the formulation and implementation of more effective spatial plans, at all territorial levels. SPP contributes to the sharing of experiences and knowledge, complementing UN-Habitat's global engagements as focal point for the implementation the New Urban Agenda in general and the International Guidelines for Urban and Territorial Planning in particular.
Governments are facing challenges in developing national and sub-national spatial planning policies and instruments due economic shifts, increasing natural disasters, climate change and other challenges. We will organize the 5th SPP Meeting in Nepal in February 2023 in order to learn how stakeholders are considering, developing and rolling out adequate responses to these challenges.
If you wish to watch the program, please register in advance via the following link:
(Only the Day 1 program will be streamed live. Simultaneous interpretation (English-Japanese, Nepali-Japanese and English-Nepali) will be provided.)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. Note that only registered participants will receive the access details (web link) to watch Live Streaming.
- 2 Feburary 2023 10:15 - 16:45 (NPT)
- 3 Feburary 2023 10:00 - 16:45 (NPT)