An online platform for sustainable urbanisation that will create a specific and interactive space for policy makers, academics, civil society organizations, private sector, citizens and other relevant stakeholders.

One of the core features of the Virtual Pavilion is a curated portal that brings together up to date information on urbanisation, housing and human settlements services, current data and statistics, reports and tools. It is a platform to exchange ideas and improve community and public participation.

Featured Events

Opening Ceremony of the 1st Anniversary of the World Urban Pavilion  - Reflecting on the 2022 year for the Pavilion

Brent Cross Town & The Flourishing Index - Leveraging urban data to improve  health and wellbeing outcomes in communities

100+: Canada's Profile on Urban SDGs - Featuring 'made in Canada' urban innovations and transformations to support cities and communities globally through practical examples and case studies to achieving the SDGs

Key Working Areas

The Virtual Pavilion is working in three key areas to create the conditions for cities and communities to achieve the sustainable development goals: knowledge sharing, best practices, and collaboration. Each area contributes to the virtual pavilion's objectives by supporting knowledge sharing, methods and process, and ideas to addressing complex urban challenges. The Virtual Pavilion also aims to provide a platform for building connections and partnerships to help make ideas comes to life.

Knowledge Sharing

The Virtual Pavilion is an effective and efficient platform to share experiences, projects, knowledge and innovation in urban subjects and provides a shared space to be used by many audiences. The Virtual Pavilion will be a live site that will evolve constantly over time as science and experience advances our thinking. The World Urban Pavilion works to establish new activities and other capacities. It provides the use of new spaces in many subjects and create a specific space for a city.

Best Practices

The Virtual Pavilion will introduce best practices, pilot projects, and pioneers in different categories. Cities will be able toe asily join different programs and get involved in the initiatives which have been created by the World Urban Pavilion and other Virtual Pavilion users. This will help facilitate project research, development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluating in an efficient way. 


One of the most important roles of the Virtual Pavilion is facilitating urban gatherings and aexpanding effective communications. Many efficient activities can be performed in this cyberspace, to move toward sustainable development, and these rooms will provide an active space of dialogue to promote peace in the world. By removing the political borders, the Virtual Pavilion can effectively play an essential role in creating more connected and safer world. 

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