2018 Global Symposium on Urban and Territorial Planning – Improving Planning for More Sustainable Cities and Territories

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"The Global Symposium on Urban and Territorial Planning:“Improving Planning for More Sustainable Cities and Territories” is the first event of this kind for the Guidelines, and an opportunity to discuss in an international forum the role of the Guidelines in the implementation of the New Urban Agenda following the 9th session of the World Urban Forum in February 2018. Thus, the symposium intends to be a platform for bringing together existing and potential partners of the Guidelines to debate and exchange knowledge, experiences, and tools working for the improvement of urban and territorial planning." 

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