1988-05-02 Buenos Aires Argentina
2 May 1988, Buenos Aires (Argentina), as International Institute for Environment and Development - Latin America -- Instituto Internacional de Medio Ambiente y Desarrollo - América Latina (IIED-AL), to continue the work programme initiated in 1979 when a regional office of E-XE4305 - International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) was formed in Buenos Aires.
Contribute to the development of more just, participative, democratic and sustainable societies; carry out studies and research on critical environmental and development issues such as land tenure, access to infrastructure, housing, rights to the city, disaster risk reduction, climate change, resilience and urban transformation; further networking among interested NGOs.
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