Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; 1999. (Comparative Urban Studies Occasional Series; 23). PDF: 194KB/32 pages
Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; 1995.(Comparative Urban Studies Occasional Paper Series; 6)
Semi-finalist paper contribution to the second annual academic paper competition co-sponsored by the Wilson Center's Comparative Urban Studies Project, USAID's Urban Programs Team, the International Housing Coalition, Cities Alliance, and the World Bank.
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in co-operation with the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, the Erasmus University, and the Global Land Tool Network of UN-HABITAT proudly present a 10 day international executive learning course on the legal dimensions of the urbanization process. For more information, please view the following PDF flyer.
Paper contribution to the January 2009 seminar on community resilience
Paper contribution to January 2010 seminar on environmental peacebuilding.
The workshop summarized in this report represents an attempt to initiate an international conversation about those issues that lie at the heart of the urban governance conundrum. The challenges confronting the world's cities are staggering; population growth rates have reached unprecedented rates, the numbers of urban poor continue to grow, and environmental dangers persist. Yet, participants agreed that the inventiveness and energy of urban residents and managers provide grounds for hope.