Vesna Vasiljkovic is an architect whose work focuses on finding unconventional solutions to some of society’s most complex planning proble...
Torbjörn works for the City of Helsingborg as GIS manager at the City planning & Technical services department. Within his work he is r...
Cornelis is working as an urban planner and researcher at the NGO Safer Sweden Foundation, specializing in urban safety issues. His specific...
At the H22 Summit May-Britt will talk about the development and planned development of the Swedish Crime Harm Index.
Professor at Malmö University with aspecial interest in how crime and fear of crime is related to neighbourhood development.
Julia Olofsson is the Global Human and Child Rights Manager at Ingka Group (formerly known as IKEA Group) where she leads the work on human rights and child rights.
Since 2002 Peter Elmlund has run Urban City Research at Ax:son Johnson Foundation. In this capacity, he has arranged many international and ...
What needs must an organization understand and fulfill; as opposed to understanding the services or products the organisation produces.
Dr. Piret Tõnurist leads the work on systems thinking, innovation measurement and anticipatory innovation governance at the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI).
At H22 Summit Hanna will talk share learnings from her work with Purple Flag and the night time economy, creating safer environment in the city centre.
How do we build the digital plattform to ensure that all desired smartness we want in the city is implemented in a safe, secure and reliable manner?
Angela directs work around innovation methods, tools and capacity building. She is also leading work on innovation portfolio exploration and Anticipatory Innovation Governance.
Micco has the overall mission to strengthen the innovativeness of the organization and the competitiveness of Helsingborg and Greater Copenhagen.
Urban innovation ecosystems and the next generation of intelligent urban infrastructure systems.
How can we open the digital window to the classroom? Making mixed reality and digital tools part of the education.
Community based approaches to urban safety and the development of inclusive public spaces
How norms affect the use of public spaces for physical activities and how to create inclusive places.
What is a “Smart Feminist City” and how does that relate to bias in artificial intelligence?
Exploring the field of creative placemaking, where art and creativity are the incentives to engage and activate communities.
How can we develop innovative governance solutions for local energy efficiency? Energy Improvement Discricts - implementation, key factors and challenges.
Why does gender matter in urban planning? And, what might ‘gendered planning practice’ hope to achieve? How gender and planning can come together.
A brand new approach to support public safety – by community engagement and Neighborhood Activation.
As an urban designer, lecturer and author, David Sim shows how cities with well-designed density can result in a higher quality of life.
How will the digital transformation change our cities? About digital transformation and creativity in a networked world.
What does it take to develop a smart city, an inclusive society and a more habitable place for people to live, work and play in.
Our H22 Summit moderator. With experience as a political advisor, investor and journalist Aurore will lead the Summit from beginning to end.
The City of Helsingborg’s approach on creating public safety by design, creative art and co-creation, from strategy to action.
How can we create a smarter, safer and at the same time more pleasant city by using digital tools.
City governance by co-creation. Why the courage to try is essential and how collaboration is the key.
The making of a smarter city. An investment in innovation towards an international city expo.
Autonomous, electric and smart - the potential of new public transports in a safer and more sustainable city.
Innovation - the key to a smarter city. How Helsingborg will become one of Europes most innovative cites by 2022.