Institute for International Urban Development (I2UD)
Founded 2005. Regroups the academics and professionals who created and ran the Center for Urban Development Studies (CUDS) at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design (1987 to 2005). Registered in the State of Massachusetts (USA).
As an organization specialized in strategic urban and regional planning, and institutional strengthening and capacity building: promote sustainable urban and regional development through the transfer of innovative international experiences; conduct applied research to identify emerging trends in urban and regional development and to document best practices in urban and regional growth management; offer capacity building programmes to enhance planning and managerial skills of public officials in developing countries and emerging economies; offer internships to advanced planning students and young professionals interested in an international public service career; assist educational institutions in the development of their research and teaching activities.
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