CDIA Connects Regional Stakeholders At The Symposium “Towards Inclusive Cities in Asia” In Delhi
December 15, 2015
On 23-24 February 2016 in Delhi, India, CDIA, together with the Cities Alliance, the Inclusive Cities Partnership Program (ICPP) India, the GIZ Sector Network Good Governance (SNGA), and the Study and Expert Fund (SEF) Project ‘Inclusive Metropolitan Environments for the Urban Poor’ will convene a multi-stakeholder symposium that will build around discussing case studies on inclusive approaches in Asian cities. The event will bring together representatives from governments at the national and subnational levels, public agencies, community organizations, private sector actors, donors, and development financing agencies.
The workshop aims to enable a critical understanding of the challenges cities fare in planning, implementing, and financing policies and infrastructure investments for the urban poor. Of particular interest are the institutional challenges and arrangements, and the effects of policies and infrastructure development on the social and economic lives of the urban poor. For more information contact Eva Ringhof at firstname.lastname@example.org
The photo shows an integrated neighborhood upgrading concept in Colombo, Sri Lanka’ – a project from CDIA’s partner organization Sevanatha.