International Urban Development Association (INTA)
Association internationale du développement urbain
Asociación Internacional para el Desarrollo Urbano
Associazione Internazionale per lo Sviluppo Urbano
1975-11 Paris France
Founded as International New Towns Association (INTA) – Association internationale des villes nouvelles (AIVN). Present name adopted 1992. From 1984-1992, also referred to as International Association for the Development and Management of Existing and New Towns – Association internationale pour le développement et la gestion des villes anciennes et nouvelles. Also known as International Network for Urban Development. .
Gather public and private policy-makers and urban practitioners to share knowledge, experience and performing tools for integrated urban development.
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