YOUNG PLANNERS

 

The CAP Young Planners’ Network is established to connect and mobilise planning students and young planners across the Commonwealth to help address the needs of young planners and youth more generally, and to contribute a youth perspective to the work of CAP.
 

You are eligible to join the Young Planners’ Network if you are a planning student or have less than 10 years post qualification experience.

Latest YP News


CAP Young Planners Essay Competition 2020 - now open for entries
July 23, 2020

Essays sought from Young Planners on the critical theme of “Post Covid Building Resilience: The Role of Planners in the Commonwealth”.  Prizes of £100,  £60 and £30 in vouchers to the 3 best entries ...

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Faces of CAP Young Planners Network

June 21, 2020


Moments that tell stories…

 

At CAP Young Planners Network, we are currently working on new content and extending our reach to Young People and other Young Planners. But we need your help! ...

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Aims and Objectives

 

  • Inspire
    Young people are attracted to the Planning profession and the association.

     

  • Improve
    Young planners are equipped to confidently meet the immediate needs and future demands of their communities and the global world.

     

  • Influence
    The value and purpose of planning is recognised locally, nationally, globally across sectors and other Commonwealth Nations join the association.

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Priorities

 

  • Connect
    Provide a platform for members to support each other, network, develop skills and capacity, exchange and share information/ideas, build professional knowledge and ethical practice.
     

  • Campaign
    Raise the profile of planning profession and the importance of engaging young people and young planners from conception to delivery
     

  • Collaborate
    Work together with other professionals, relevant national, Commonwealth and international governmental and nongovernmental organisations.
     

  • Contribute
    Actively participate in improving the quality of life and well-being of communities

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Thematic Topics

 

  • Planning and Public Health

  • Climate Action and Biodiversity Gains

  • New Urban Agenda and Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals

  • Disaster management and Humanitarian Response

  • The Planning System and children/Young People

  • Urban Resilience

  • Rapid Urbanisation

  • Rural-Urban Migration

  • Planning Education

  • Planning Profession and Capacity Building

  • Planning Profession and Young People

  • Leave no one and no place behind – Improve the quality of life and experiences of all particularly young people.

  • Professional and Career Development Suppor
     

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Activities

 

  • Webinars

  • Virtual Study Tours

  • Training Events

  • CPD Sessions

  • Networking Sessions

  • Mapathon

  • Social events

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Connect with us
 

Let’s have a chat, share your stories, ideas and achievements to inspire others on our social media platforms:
 

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Get in touch


Our activities are planned by the steering group and sub-groups who meet regularly to organise and discuss future activities. Sub-groups are run by volunteers and always looking for new members to join.
 

We are interested in articles and papers you have written about Planning in your country or work and if you have an idea for events or would just like to get more involved in the network, email me at capyoungplannersnetwork@gmail.com.

 

I look forward to hearing from you and sharing any ideas you have.
 

 

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Olafiyin Taiwo

CAP Young Planners Network Coordinator

capyoungplannersnetwork@gmail.com

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CAP gratefully acknowledges the support of our members and the Commonwealth Foundation.

Commonwealth Association of Planners (known as CAP) is a Scottish Charity, SC034482, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)

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