World Urban Forum 9, Day Five: Informal Workers and LGBT Rights

Here's what happened on Next City's World Stage on day five at World Urban Forum 9.

A panel discusses ways to better integrate urban and rural spaces.

This week, planners, policymakers and urban practitioners from across the world are gathering in Kuala Lumpur for World Urban Forum 9. This story is part of Next City’s coverage of the Forum. For more stories, visit our World Urban Forum 9 page here.

Each day during World Urban Forum 9, Next City is inviting attendees to visit the World Stage for conversations about the principles enshrined in the New Urban Agenda. On Sunday, Feb. 11, our speakers talked about connecting architecture to the Agenda’s principles, building smart cities for all, and creating urban spaces that make LGBT residents feel welcome.

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