02-04 November: Within the framework of the global consultations on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Post 2015, Habitat III and 70th United Nations Anniversary, the International Council for Caring Communities (ICCC) is organizing an international working session composed of a non-traditional gathering of government representatives, private sector, entrepreneurs, academics and health decision-makers to leverage their insights and expertise in addressing three major elements for enhancing “Better Living…Adding Life to Years “ by mainstreaming and connecting the dots between Water Management, Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. This Consultation is part of the “Age of Connectivity: Cities, Magnets of Hope. Imagining the Possible” Dialogue Series which has addressed the challenges facing a rapidly urbanizing world since 1994. This event will be held at St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, UK.
(Please note this event is by invitation only)
11 June 2015: United Nations 8th session of the Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (COSP) side event. “Creative Technologies for Persons With Disabilities:The Future is Now.” from 3:00-4:30 PM, UN Headquarters, NY.
11-13 May: “Innovation for Urban Development, Sustainable Tourism and Culture” Consultation part of the Age of Connectivity: Cities, Magnets of Hope…Imagining the Possible, Windsor Dialogue Series. St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, UK (by invitation only) in support of the Third United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urbanization, Habitat III, week of 17 October, 2016, Quito, Ecuador
13-15 April: Imaging the Possible “Digital Innovation, Health and AT Technology, Rehabilitation Medicine and Creative Education” Consultation as part of the Age of Connectivity: Cities, Magnets of Hope“ Windsor Dialogue Series in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals post-2015, St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, UK. (Please note this event is by invitation only)
10 February: “The Future of Cities” VIP Sharing Benefit Luncheon, Delegates Dining Room, United Nations Headquarters in support of the 2016 International Student Design Competition. It is held in conjunction with the “The Future of Cities: Integrated approach to Urban Problems” meeting.
20 January : 2014 International Student Design Competition winners’ presentations at the 7th Leadership Summit of China Pension Industry and Endowment Real Estate Expo, Beijing, China as part of the “Chinese Real Estate Festival-China Real Estate Industrial Chain Thematic Summit and the 16th China International Real Estate & Architectural Technology Fair (CIHAF)” is co-organized by China Real Estate Association (CREA), China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce (CRECC), and China Real Estate Business. Contact: <email@example.com>
Entry form deadline is September 15, 2015. Deadline for projects in December 1, 2015.
6-8 May: Digital Innovation, Health and Rehabilitation. Imagining the Possible, Windsor Dialogue Series. St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, UK (by invitation only). A Consultation designed to review, analyze and assess the current status of successful practices in the fields of digital innovation, maternal and child health, rehabilitation, education, and ageing and to propose viable recommendations for potential successful projects.
Cities of Tomorrow: Inclusion, Technology, Arts and Resources
18 February: High level working session, United Nations Headquarters; featuring 2014 Student Design Competition winning projects and next steps of the Student Design Competition (by invitation only).
5 December: Benefit Reception / Concert: “Youth and Older Adults As City Changers: Connecting The Generations,”United Nations Delegates Dining Room, UN Headquarters, New York…7-9:30PM. (Tickets and sponsorship available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org)
Program: Welcome: Ms. YaminaDjacta, Director, UN-HABITAT, New York Office Master of Ceremonies: F.Murray Abraham (Academy Award winner, Amadeus)
- Launching the Society for Agequake Student Designers (Leaders of the Future…a new opportunity for ICCC Competition Winners to give back to Society)
- ICCC Caring Pioneer Awardees who have enhanced our worlds…to be announced
- Musical Moments: Connecting the Generations
Diverse Group of talented performers representing a wide range of geographic origins, musical styles and ages… 15 to 70+!
Performers include: New York Eastern Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Fei Fang, members of the Children’s Orchestra Society led by Dr. Yeou-Cheng Ma and Mastro Michael Dadap, Chris Brubeck (son and performance partner of the late David Brubeck), film and theatre actor Keith David (to be accompanied by Musical Chair, Mark Barasch, bMedia, NY) Teenage Jazz Trio PERCEPTION, Soprano Melanie Goerlitz and Pianist/movie composer Edward Kallendar…plus additional surprises!