Programming the first virtual Walk21 Conference

We are busy preparing the program for Walk21 Seoul, coming your way on 26-28 May....

Looking forward to 2021 and our 21st Conference

We look forward to a fresh start in 2021!  With the promise of vaccines and...

2020 – Walking through a transformative year

What a year 2020 turned out to be!  Like all of you, we expected everything...

More colour on sidewalks in times of COVID!

In uplifting news we want to share a small and beautiful initiative from Ontario, Canada. ...

Advocacy organizations ask EU-Commission to make walking, cycling and public transport the primary urban modes by 2050

Walk21 joins a diverse coalition of 17 associations to call upon the European Commission to...

WHO releases new “Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour”

Current global estimates show that one in four adults and about 80% of adolescents do not...

Suggest projects for UN-Habitat’s “Best Practice Guide for Walking and Cycling in African Cities”

In collaboration with UNHABITAT, and together with the active transport expert Gail Jennings, we are...

Ambato, Equador to pedestrianize its city centre

In early March 2020, at the 5th Transport and Climate Change Week in Berlin, Ambato’s Mayor Javier...

“Rotterdam Walks 2025” – A dedicated walking policy on municipal level

This October Rotterdam’s Municipal Executive has adopted Rotterdam Loopt 2025 (Rotterdam Walks 2025) – the city’s first...

School children and hospital patients given the walkability they asked for

In Lagos, Nigeria, the STRIDE tool has also enabled school children and hospital staff and...