- Program -

09:30 h. – OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY
Plenary
  • Juan Espadas Cejas, Mayor of Sevilla
  • Jean-Claude Dardelete, Vicepresident of Toulouse Metropole
10:00 h.  – PRESENTATIONS ON AGENDA 2030 AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
11:00 horas – FORUM
ROOM A: SMART CITY
11.00 h. – SMART DESTINATIONS
Topic: The impact of ICTs in Smart Tourist Destinations

The use of ICTs in digital transformation adds new visitor experiences to tourist destinations. The impact of technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality, the use of semantics in the structure of supply, the impact on the city and its integration with the city’s brain, as well as other aspects of city services

  • Mohamed Larbi Belcaid, Mayor of Marrakech (Morocco)
  • Rolando Rodríguez Brenes, Mayor of Cartago (Costa Rica)
  • José Antonio Ochoa, Tuxpan (México)
  • Elvis César, Mayor of Parnabia (Brasil)
  • Peter Szeqvrai, DirectorSmart. Budapest (Hungary)
  • Antonio Conde, General Manager of CISCO
  • Moderator: Francisco Fernández Luna, General Director of Ayuntamiento del Sevilla
12:00 horas – THE IMPACT OF 5G ON CITIES
Topic: The implementation of the new 5G technology will impact on the development of cities, causing multiple benefits for citizens

The advent of the new generation of 5G mobile communications will create a new form of applications and services that will impact urban environments by introducing changes in Mobility, the relationship with the citizen, the urban landscape itself in the deployment of the network, as well as other aspects of municipal management

    • Francisco de la Torre, Mayor of Málaga (Spain)
    • Juan Hugo de la Rosa, Nezahualcóyotl (México)
    • Ruben Forlan, Mayor of Barueri (Brasil)
    • Mohammad Ramdhan Pomanto, Makassar (Indonesia)
    • Antonio Grande, Mobile Network NOKIA (Spain)
    • Gerardo Rovira, Director of Operations and Network TELEFÓNICA (Spain)
    • Modera: Adolfo Borrero Villalón, President of Smartcities Ametic
    • Participating cities: Orizaba, Comayagua, Cartago, Río Gallegos, Puerto San Julián, Coral Gables (Miami), Achada, Fátima Chefchaouen, Reims, Mogi das Cruzes, Budapest, Santana de Paraniba, Constanza Iasi, Pedra Badejo Santiago Island, Buarueri, Novisad, Sombor, Rostov, Xiamen, Evora, Madrid, Alcobendas, Alicante, Coslada, Tuxpan, Badajoz, Málaga
ROOM B: INCLUSIVE CITIES AND EMPLOYMENT
11:00 h. – EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT PUBLIC POLICIES FOR SOCIAL AND LABOUR INCLUSION IN CITIES
Topic: Inclusive Cities Workshop on Social Innovation for Employment and the Social Economy
  • Claudia Pizarro, Mayor of Pintana (Chile)
  • Carlos Miranda Canales, Mayor of Comayagua (Honduras)
  • Marcela Ibarra,Vice Mayor of Social Development of Puebla (México)
  • Modera Juan Manuel Flores, Delegate for Welfare and Employment of Ayuntamiento de Sevilla
12:00 h. – MASTER CLASS
Topic: The value of alliances to generate business and social value

Francisco Román, President of Fundación Seres

Participating cities: Medellín, Papantla, Reims, Santa de Paranaiba, Sao Paulo,, Comayagua Puebla, Puerto de Santa Cruz, San Salvador, Marrakech, Pichincha (Quito), Marrakech, San Antonio de Areco, Tanger, Montevideo, Guachochi, La Pintana

13:00 h. – OFFICIAL OPENING
    • Carmen Calvo, Vice President of the Government of Spain
    • Juan Espadas Cejas, Mayor of Sevilla
    • Antoinette Guhl, Vice Mayor of París
    • Jose Luis Carneiro, Secretary of State of the Portuguese Communities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Carlos Martínez Mínguez, European Vice President of Ciudades y Gobiernos Locales Unidos (CGLU)
15:00 h. – FORUM 
SALA A: SMART CITY
15:00 h. – SAFE CITY
Topic: Security in Smart Cities

Safety in Smart cities. Security has become one of the most pressing and necessary issues in cities, especially where tourism is one of the main economic sources. Local processing of sensor data, particularly from cameras, is opening up new ways of ensuring peaceful coexistence in cities

    • Marcus Melo, Mayor of Mogi das Cruces (Brasil)
    • Igor Fidel Rojí López, Mayor of Orizaba (México)
    • Rafael Pérez, General Director of Security and Emergencies of Seville(Spain)
    • David García, CEO of Wellness Telecom
    • Jian Kin, Mayor of Xiamen (China)
    • Modera: Francisco Morcilllo, President of MB3-Gestión
    • Participating cities: Orizaba, Comayagua, Cartago, Río Gallegos, Puerto San Julián, Coral Gables (Miami), Achada, Fátima Chefchaouen, Reims, Mogi das Cruzes, Budapest, Santana de Paraniba, Constanza Iasi, Pedra Badejo Santiago Island, Buarueri, Novisad, Sombor, Rostov, Xiamen, Evora, Madrid, Alcobendas, Alicante, Coslada, Tuxpan, Badajoz, Málaga

 

SALA B: INCLUSIVE CITIES AND EMPLOYMENT
15:00 h. – CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY ADDRESSED TO INCLUSION THROUGH EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, ACCESSIBILITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Success stories 1
  • Luis Monge, Director of Sustainability of SANTANDER Group (Education). Success story: Finance for mortals. He is accompanied by Isidro Rodríguez, General Director of the General Secretariat for Gitano
  • Julio Domingo, Director General Mapfre Foundation (Employment PCD-I). Success story: Social Employment Program ‘Together we are capable’. He will be accompanied by a PCD-i inserted on the program
  • Mari Satur Torre, General Director Vodafone Foundation. Success story: Connected by Accessibility.Directora General Fundación Vodafone.
  • Modera: Jesús Maza Burgos. Director of Institutional Relations KONECTA
16:00 h. – CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY ADDRESSED TO INCLUSION THROUGH EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, ACCESSIBILITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Success stories 2
  • Joan Cruz, Director of Institutional Relations TELEFÓNICA Foundation (employment and entrepreneurship). Success story: Connect employment. He is accompanied by a beneficiary of the program
  • Joaquín Mollinedo, General Director of Institutional Relations, Sustainability and Brand ACCIONA.org. Success story: Light at Home
  • Ana Antequera Pardo, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Communication EBRO Foundation. Success story: ‘Gastronomic’. He is accompanied by a representative of La casa y el mundo Foundation
  • Graciela de la Morena, Director of KONECTA Foundation (social inclusion). Success story: Alalá Foundation. He is accompanied by Blanca Parejo, General Manager of Alalá Foundation.
  • Modera: Jesús Maza Burgos, Director of Institutional Relations KONECTA
  • Participating cities: Medellín, Papantla, Reims, Santa de Paranaiba, Sao Paulo,, Comayagua Puebla, Puerto de Santa Cruz, San Salvador, Marrakech, Pichincha (Quito), Marrakech, San Antonio de Areco, Tanger, Montevideo, Guachochi, La Pintana
19:00 h. – GALA DINNER
Reales Alcázares

09:00 h. – TABLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Plenary
    • Cristina Gallach, High Commissioner for the 2030 Agenda of the Government of Spain
    • Gabriel Ferrero, Director General of Sustainable Development Policies of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs European Union and Cooperation,
      International Development Cooperation
    • Discussion and interventions by the authorities representing local governments
10:15 h. – INSTITUTIONAL ACT DECLARATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL

The 18. Declaration on SDG. Show and release of balloons

10:30 h. – FORUM
Sala A: Local policies for sustainability in the framework of Agenda 2030
10:30 h. – INFRASTRUCTURE AND MOBILITY
Topic: Infrastructure and Mobility in the new sustainable city

New technologies and the need for decarbonisation will mean new ways of meeting the growing demands for infrastructure and mobility in an increasingly urbanised world. From infrastructure design and planning to the provision of traditional public services, such as public transport, they will undergo radical transformations. The round table will analyze this new reality and how it affects local politics, while at the same time providing first-hand experiences of pioneering cities worldwide

  • Mohammed Al Zaffin, Duabi Municipality
  • Eduardo Pozo, Vice Mayor of Quito
  • Luis Castilla Cámara, CEO of ACCIONA Infraestructures
  • Modera: Rafael Rilo, Senior Partner and General Director of Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
11:30 horas – ENERGY AND EFFICIENCY
Topic: Energy and efficiency

The sustainable cities of the 21st century must face an energy transformation. The traditional models of centralised generation will have to coexist with new networks of distributed generation and self-consumption, with very different needs. Mobility will become increasingly electric, and the new networks and recharging points will pose new management problems. Finally, the necessary drive for efficiency, and aspects such as the energy valuation of resources will gain ground in public policies, meeting the demands of citizens increasingly aware of the environment and decarbonisation. Local governments will be key in this transformation

    • Participating cities: Medellín, Santana de Parnaiba, Sao Paulo, Montevideo, Guachochi, Reims, Tanger, Pichincha (Quito), Comayagua Puebla, La Plata, Puerto San Julián, Puerto Santa Cruz, Dubai y Arequipa
Sala B: The future of Global Tourism Policies
10:30 h. – Public-private cooperation as a key in the development of cultural and creative tourism: orange tourism
Topic: This type of tourism experiences a huge potential in a tourism modality, which, being in full expansion, is based on principles of closeness, participation and sustainability. The activities of leisure, free time and entertainment, essence of the tourist activity, are energized by an innovative economy that uses creativity and culture as sources of inspiration
  • David Vicen, Expert in Tourism Planning. CEO of IngenieriaTuristica.com and Consultant of IMF Business School
  • Isabel Ambrosio, Mayor of Córdoba
  • José Luis Basilio, Secretary of Tourism. Acapulco, Méjico
  • Guillermo Milton Schneider, President of Cotal, Argentina
  • Peter Szefvari, Mayor of Budapest
  • Catarina Vaz Pinto, Vice Mayor of Lisboa
  • Modera: Gabino Diego, Director of Institutional Relations of IMF Business School

Participating cities: Medellín, Santana de Parnaiba, Sao Paulo, Montevideo, Guachochi, Reims, Tanger, Pichincha (Quito), Comayagua Puebla, La Plata, Puerto San Julián, Puerto Santa Cruz, Dubai y Arequipa

12:30 h. – MAIN CEREMONY
Plenary
14:00 h, – LUNCH
Hall de FIBES – Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones Sevilla

SATURDAY, 26 JANUARY 2019

Ayuntamiento de Sevilla

10:00 h. –  SEVILLE FORUM NETWORK
Ayuntamiento de Sevilla
  • Presentation and Good Practices of the Municipal Companies of the Seville City Council, by Carmen Castreño Lucas, First Deputy Mayor of Seville City Council, Delegate for Economy, Trade and Institutional Relations

 

 

  • LIPASAM: Company of the public cleaning and collection of waste of Seville
    Virginia Pividal García

 

  • Seville Entrepreneur City
    Esperanza Caro Gómez,Director General of Economy and Commerce. Ayuntamiento de Sevilla

 

  • Open participation by all Assisting Cities
    Set lines of joint work, with cities and permanent contact structures

 

  • Signing of new collaboration agreements

 

  • Closing

CartujaQanat

Recovery of life on the street in climatologically changing world Sevilla territory specialized in sustainability and climate change

08:30 h. – Institutional inauguration
  • Juan Espadas, Mayor of Sevilla, Jaime Palop, CEO of EMASESA and Francisco Javier Ayala Ortega, Mayor of  Fuenlabrada
09:00 h. – Presentation UIA Projects-Innovative Actions- Disruptive solutions for complex projects
  • Jean Christopher Charlie, Finance Team Coordinator
09:30 h. – Trends and shared experiences. UIA Projects “Urban Laboratory of Europe”
  •  David Bustos, Deputy Director General of Socioeconomic Analysis of  Ayuntamiento de Madrid
  • Francisco Javier Ayala Ortega, Mayor of Fuenlabrada
10:30 h. –  CartujaQanat project in 360º. Colloquium table. Transforming Seville into a living laboratory for climate change through eco-innovation

 

VISITS
19TH MEETING OF THE WORLD NETWORK OF MAGELLAN CITIES
January 24 and 25 in FIBES – Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones Sevilla

There will be an exhibition area with two slopes:
A commemorative area on the role of Seville in the V Centenary of the first Circumnavigation to Earth
An area dedicated to innovation and technology for Smart City

3rd JOURNEYS ON POSTGRADUATE IN IBEROAMÉRICA: The future of employment
 ORGANIZED BETWEEN THE UNIVERSIDAD INTERNACIONAL DE ANDALUCÍA (UNIA) AND THE IBEROAMERICAN POSTGRADUATE UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATION (AUIP)
January 24 and 25 in FIBES
  • Success experiences in postgraduate training. The objective is to offer a perspective of what it is possible to achieve when things are done well and the difficulties involved in traveling along this demanding path
  • The situation of the labor market and the challenges for the immediate future. Various aspects of the labor market will be addressed here, both Spanish and international, in relation to training, job opportunities and the changes that are taking place in the world of work
  • PROGRAM
SEVILLA INNOVATION HUB
January 24 and 25 in FIBES
IN THE PORT OF SEVILLA, MUELLE DE LAS DELICIAS

During the 24th and 25th days there will be a replica of the Nao Victoria in the Port of Seville to be visited

On the 25th, the ‘Los 18’ project, a boat trip around the world for social purposes and the Nao Victoria foundation, will hold various events to publicise their initiatives in relation to the 5th Centenary of the Round the World Tour

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGICAL CENTERS STRATEGIC OF THE CITY OF SEVILLA

Day 25 in the afternoon will be guided tours to different business and technology centers of Seville, such as the Cartuja Scientific and Technological Park