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Learn more about Resilient Cities 2015

16 April 2015

Check out Resilient Cities 2015!

Want to know more about the emerging resilient initiatives and make them financially viable, find out about new standards, exchange best practices with other fellow practitioners and/or take part in innovative workshops and training? 

Join us at Resilient Cities 2015 by registering here.

Program highlights include:

  • Finance Forum with Agence Française de Développement
  • Special Urban Food Forum organized by RUAF Foundation and the CITYFOOD Network
  • A Cities Alliance Special Panel Discussion featuring city examples from Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda and Mozambique.

Learn more by visiting our Program page.

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Resilient Cities 2015 Photo Contest: Few more days to win a free pass

15 April 2015

Capture urban resilience and enter the Resilient Cities Photo Contest for the chance to win a free pass to the congress! The deadline for submissions is extended to: 26 April 2015.

The topic of the contest this year: 

The winner will be featured on our website(s) and social media, receive a certificate, and win a free pass to our Resilient Cities 2015 congress, in Bonn, Germany. Click here for more info on how to enter the photo contest. 

Congratulations to All India Institute of Local Government for winning the 2015 Risk Award at the WCDRR

18 March 2015

The All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG) was awarded the 2015 Risk Award and a grant of €100,000 for a project to support slum dwellers in Pune, India. The award, which was announced at the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction on March 16th, celebrates people-centered, replicable, innovative and sustainable solutions in Disaster Risk Management. And these characteristics stood out in the winning entry from Pune, where 25,000 people living in informal settlements will benefit from the project. For more details, read here