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Partner Events

PPMC Stakeholder Meeting 

17 May 2016, 15:30 – 18:30

The Paris Process on Mobility and Climate (PPMC) is inviting partners and other interested organisations to discuss and review its strategic approach at a Stakeholder meeting on 17 May from 15:30 – 18:30 in Leipzig, Germany.

More information on the event 

Download the programme 

To register contact Talya Enriquez Romano at

Please note that participation in the PPMC meeting is separate from registration for the ITF 2016 Summit. Persons not yet registered for the Summit can contact Talya Enriquez Romano for a special reduced registration fee. 

Children’s University

17 May 2016, 16:30 – 17:30
University of Leipzig, Lecture Hall 2

The bicycle of the future – how will it be?

Burkhardt Stork, national director of the German Cyclist’s Association, will introduce the young audience to the exciting world of bicycles.

More information in English

More information in German

Please note that registration for this event is now closed.

Host an event at the Summit

ITF offers a variety of different formats for participating organisations and companies to host their own event during the 2016 Summit, and in many cases these events are featured in the official Summit programme.

Options for hosting an event include:

  • Presentations at the ITF Open Stage Café (30 mins). Please note that applications for 2016 are now closed.
  • Side Events, a format of longer duration where host organisations can tailor their own session within the official programme (1.5 hours). Please note that applications for 2016 are now closed.
  • Closed events (where participation is restricted) such as training courses - these events can also be held offsite

Further information for interested organisations (pdf)

For expressions of interest in hosting one of the above events, please contact Marie Viard or Zara Kuruneri.

  • Media events including press conferences and signing ceremonies for agreements

For expressions of interest in a media event, please contact Michael Kloth.