The Jane’s Walks weekend is coming up

In the beginning of May – this year 7-9 May – it is time again...

Shared mobility provider TIER signs The International Charter for Walking

We are happy to announce that shared mobility provider TIER has signed The International Charter...

Report: Africa’s COVID-19 Mobility Response

As we continue to live under restrictions and mobility limitations, walking continues to be critical to access...

The Africa Network for Walking and Cycling

The Africa Network for Walking and Cycling was developed during 2020 and is a space for organisations...

Meet the Walk21 Seoul Speakers

During Walk21 Seoul we are looking forward to hearing from many new voices and catching up with...

The Walk21 Seoul Programme at a Glance

Walk21 Seoul will be our first fully virtual conference.  From 26-28 May more than 50 speakers...

Fresh Academic Perspectives on Walking

In the day to day work for walkable cities, planners, policy makers and advocates alike...

City of Cork, Ireland signs The International Charter for Walking

We are happy to announce the City of Cork, Ireland as one of our latest...

Ambato puts pedestrians back into the heart of their town centre

One year after signing The International Charter for Walking, the Mayor of Ambato, Ecuador has...

Berlin becomes first German city with a specific Pedestrian Law

At the end of January, Berlin’s state parliament passed a so-called Pedestrian Law laying out an ambitious...