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IFP is a network of non-profit associations and individuals from all over the world, working for pedestrians and liveable public space.

IFP was founded as an UN-accredited NGO in 1963 and has been promoting the rights of pedestrians ever since.

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Spain leads the way: walking, organisation, empowerment, and collective change.This weekend IFP was lucky enough to attend, participate, and enjoy the XI Andando (Iberian Coordinator of Walking Organisations) conference in Valencia. It has been truly inspiring to see the work of our Spanish members and the changes they are creating all around the country.From the "School Revolt" projects in Madrid to citizen campaigns to achieve pedestrianization, crosswalks, and the removal of barriers in Cartagena, Burgos or Mallorca amongst many other initiatives. Andando will have a lot to say in the years to come - the walk has only just started and we are steps closer to creating the society that our beloved Ole Thorson believed in.#AndandoXI #Walkability #Spain #Europe #Sustainablecities #caminabilidad #peatones #pedestriansAndando, Coordinadora Ibérica de Organizaciones Peatonales. Arquitectúria Ajuntament de València Diputació de València MuVIM, Museu Valencià de la Il.lustració i de la Modernitat Universitat Popular de València València Saludable Catalunya Camina ... See MoreSee Less
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IFP will be at the XI Andando conference. A meet-up organised on the 24th and 25th of February in Valencia by the Iberian Coordinator of Pedestrian Organisations - Andando, Coordinadora Ibérica de Organizaciones Peatonales. in collaboration with Arquitectúria Ajuntament de València Diputació de València MuVIM, Museu Valencià de la Il.lustració i de la Modernitat Universitatpopular Valencia València Saludable. If you would like to come and meet all the amazing people who are working towards better, healthier and walkable cities - you can find out more about the schedule for two days and sign up at the following link arquitecturia.org/valenciacamina/Hope to see you there to enjoy a walk around Valencia!#pedestrians #walkability #andando #peatones #andabilidad #sustainablecities #CiudadesSostenibles #CiudadesAmables #HealthyCities #CiudadesSaludables #InclusiveCities #ciudadesinclusivas #pedestriancentric ... See MoreSee Less
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The International Federation of Pedestrians is part of the international #juststreets consortium to implement solutions fostering active mobility streets.The International Federation of Pedestrians together with 31 partners from 15 European and non-European countries has been chosen to run the JUST STREETS project, implementing innovative mobility strategies in 12 cities for the next four years.The JUST STREETS Horizon project focuses on developing streets shaped by active mobility that are both sustainable and inclusive for all citizens. This shift from the use of cars towards more active modes of mobility will be led by prioritizing the needs and visions of marginalized social groups, particularly women, migrants, the elderly, LGBTQI+ individuals,and people with disabilities.LINKS Foundation University of Amsterdam / Universiteit van Amsterdam IT-Universitetet i København Høgskulen på Vestlandet HVL Universidade do Porto Technical University of Cluj Napoca Technion - Israel Institute of Technology CIRCE - Centro Tecnológico RINA SocialFare European Cyclists' Federation Klimabündnis Oberösterreich UrbanFuture Tredit SAAyuntamiento de Zaragoza Città metropolitana di Milano @ | municipality of haifa AMSTERDAM Go Vilnius | Município de Braga ... See MoreSee Less
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Study: "The effect of front-end vehicle height on pedestrian death risk" finds a 10 cm increase in front-end height causes a 22% increase in pedestrian fatality risk.

al peatón no se le educa se le atiende en sus necesidades --- líneas de deseo, los peatones cruzan donde necesitan o donde más les conviene, no donde pintaron el cruce para beneficiar el tránsito de coches @pacodeanda #agentecero @E_MisionCero

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