Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements (CITYNET)
Réseau régional des autorités locales pour les établissements humains
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Set up 1987, with the support of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and 27 members, following 1st Regional Congress of Local Authorities for the Development of Human Settlements in the Asia Pacific, 1982, Yokohama (Japan). Charter adopted, 1989, at Shanghai (China) Congress. Secretariat set up in Yokohama (Japan), 1992. Also referred to as Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements in Asia and the Pacific. Relocated from Yokohama (Japan) to Seoul (Korea Rep), 2013.
Connect local governments and urban stakeholders to champion sustainable cities in Asia and the Pacific.Available with paid subscription only.
Capacity building; training/education; meeting activities; networking/liaising; knowledge management/information dissemination.
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Members in 23 countries
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