Abstracts & Registration Open – 2017 Making Cities Liveable Conference

The 10th Making Cities Liveable Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane on Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 June 2017.

This successful conference grows with importance each year as a platform for innovative discussion on the approach to follow and the actions to undertake in making our citabstract-submission-now-open-for-2017ies liveable and healthy urban communities. Abstract Submission and Registration are now open!

Conference Topics Include:

  • The New Urban Agenda
  • Commitment to Health
  • Community Participation and Social Development
  • The Liveable Neighbourhood
  • Responsible Resource Management
  • Bringing Nature Back
  • Showcasing Regional Liveable Cities and Centres

Presenters or organisations are invited to submit an Abstract to present at the conference. Presenters are encouraged to submit papers that in particular demonstrate evidence of change – highlighting an understanding of the issues, framing the action and interpreting the change.



Who Should Attend:

  • Policy Makers
  • Urban Designers
  • Politicians
  • Senior Public Servants
  • City Governance Personnel
  • Public Health Administrators
  • Academics
  • Waste Management Professionals
  • National Resources Administrators
  • Planning Professionals
  • Environmental Groups
  • Engineers
  • Sustainability Practitioners
  • Business Development Managers
  • Transformation Leaders
  • Environmental Managers
  • Consultants
  • Social Planners
  • Town Planners
  • Mayors
  • Non-Government Agencies
  • Students
  • Coastal Resource Managers
  • Place Makers

Discount registration is available for those attending both the 2017 Making Cities Liveable Conference and the 2017 Safe Cities Conference which run consecutively at the same venue.

We are looking forward to another successful year of the Making Cities Liveable Conference and hope you can join us, for further information on the 2017 Making Cities Liveable Conference please visit the conference website.