État des lieux synthétique dans les villes du réseau marocain des anciennes Médinas (REMAM)
Territorial and City Development in the Mediterranean - Newsletter #2 (EN/FR/AR)
“Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development in Host Communities” - Regional Capacity Building Workshop of the Mediterranean Host Municipalities Learning Network
Feb 23, 2018 / Highlight
In the context of the Mediterranean Host Municipalities Learning Network (HMLN), the CMI is organizing a capacity building workshop “Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development in Host Communities”, targeted at local government representatives, local economic development practitioners and experts.
The workshop will take place...
9th World Urban Forum – Side Event: Migration, Displacement and Inclusive Cities: Challenges and Opportunities for Local Governments in the Arab Region
Feb 10, 2018 / Highlight
People have been increasingly moving into cities, voluntarily seeking new economic opportunities or escaping forcibly from mounting political conflicts or unprecedented natural disasters. Associated with this development is the overwhelming demand for affordable urban housing, adequate jobs, quality health care, education...
Strategies for Local Economic Development in Forced Displacement Contexts' Agenda
[Webinar] Strategies for Local Economic Development in Forced Displacement Contexts
Feb 07, 2018 / Highlight
Context and Rationale
Forced displacement is among the most pressing challenges in the Eastern Mediterranean region. As after six years of Syrian conflict, 92% of refugees reside outside camps. Their socio-economic inclusion with regards to access to labor and income is still insufficient and may limit their contributions to host economies as...
Cities of Refuge in the Middle East: Bringing an Urban Lens to the Forced Displacement Challenge
Jan 23, 2018 / Library
Based on the policy note by the World Bank “Cities of Refuge in the Middle East : Bringing an Urban Lens to the Forced Displacement Challenge”. This policy note aims to advance our understanding of urban forced displacement, induced by conflict, by looking at the issue from the perspective of receiving towns and cities. It explores why we need a...
Cities of Refuge: Bringing an Urban Lens to the Forced Displacement Challenge
Jan 22, 2018 / Blog entry
Le nombre de réfugiés et de déplacés dans le monde a atteint un record sans précédent depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale, en raison notamment du conflit en Syrie, où plus de la moitié des habitants ont été contraints de quitter leur foyer (a).
Continuez à lire cet article sur le site de la banque mondiale, ici.
9th World Urban Forum - Agenda
Concept Note "Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development" Capacity Building Workshop
Launch of the New Host Municipalities Learning Network C4D Platform
The Expectations from Syrian Investors and the Benefits for Host Municipalities
Territorial and City Development in the Mediterranean Newsletter - Issue 1
Med Expertise: Reducing Regional Disparity While Ensuring Competitiveness
Med Expertise: What are the Indicators to be Adapted to the Reality of Each Space
Med Expertise: Towards a Better Contribution of Cities to Local Development Cities
Med Expertise:Territorial Development through Economic Partnerships: The case of Chefchaouen
Med Expertise: Housing is Not the Goal
Med Expertise: Inclusive Cities, How to Fight Exclusion
Med Expertise: How to Address Regional Disparity
Med Expertise: Cities and Local Economic Development
Med Expertise: Bringing in Economic and Social Actors Builds Consensus
Med Expertise: Unity not Uniformity in Distributing Economic Activities
Med Expertise: Reducing Regional Disparity, The Tunisian Experience
Med Expertise: Using Public Transport To Improve Social Cohesion
Med Expertise: Saida's Sustainable Urban Development Strategy
Med Expertise: Enhancing Territorial Cohesion is Enhancing All Public Services
Med Expertise: The Benefits of Knowledge Dissemination
Med Expertise: The More Data You Have the More Accurate your Planning Becomes
Med Expertise: The Importance of Mobility in Connecting the Spacial and Socio-economic Dimensions