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Training for Urban Planning Practitioners: Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities

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  • krizna gomez
    ... From: Ilze Millere To: aulists@members.asefuan.org Sent: Tue, March 16, 2010 9:57:48 PM Subject: [aulists] CfA: Training for Urban
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      From: Ilze Millere <imillere@...>
      To: aulists@...
      Sent: Tue, March 16, 2010 9:57:48 PM
      Subject: [aulists] CfA: Training for Urban Planning Practitioners: Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities

      A training for your attention.

      Best wishes,
      Ilze Millere
      AU15/Latvia/ExCo Secretary



      Training for Urban Planning Practitioners: Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities
      Budapest, Hungary, June 20-26, 2010

      Call for Applications
      Deadline for application: April 19, 2010
      Selection notification: April 26, 2010

      http://lgi.osi.hu/documents.php?id=3075&m_id=9

      This training targets urban planning practitioners – architects, economists, lawyers, sociologists, engineers, and others – working for/with:

      • Local or national governments
      • International organizations
      • Companies or NGOs involved in urban development planning
      This training will present recent thinking and practice in addressing social/economic inequalities and conflicts in multiethnic communities through inclusive institutions, participatory planning processes, and alternative dispute resolution techniques. It will build practitioners’ competence and skills for managing effectively planning processes and conflicts triggered by local policy decisions in multiethnic communities. The workshop is based on experiential learning methods and makes use of case studies. Group work, facilitated discussions, and short, conceptual presentations are among the training tools.

      The organizer, LGI, has secured full funding to support the participation of 20 trainees selected on a competitive basis. LGI will cover their tuition and materials, accommodation, meals, and transportation (to and from Budapest) costs. In addition, four (4) self-funded participants will be selected. These participants (or their organizations) are expected to cover their travel expenses, accommodation. Tuition fees will be covered by LGI.








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