“We need to develop urban rights” – An interview with Claudio Orrego, mayor of Santiago de Chile

By | 2017-05-20T11:51:46+00:00 March 30th 2017|Categories: CREATING INCLUSIVE CITIES, STRENGTHENING CITIES AS ACTORS|Tags: , , , , , |

Santiago de Chile is one of the most well-developed and safe cities in Latin America. We spoke to its mayor Claudio Orrego not only about what metropolitan governance means in Santiago, but also about the current situation in Chile, how urban justice can be enforced and why it is so important to invest in public goods for the urban poor.

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“Local governments are better equipped” – An interview with John Bongat, mayor of Naga City

By | 2017-05-20T11:51:52+00:00 January 3rd 2017|Categories: CREATING INCLUSIVE CITIES, CREATING LIVEABLE CITIES|Tags: , , , , |

John Bongat is the mayor of Naga City in the Philippines, one of the most disaster-prone cities in the world. URBANET talked to him about how he attempts to make Naga City more livable.

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Spotlight on livable cities, Part III: Responding to the challenge of livability

By | 2017-05-20T11:51:53+00:00 November 29th 2016|Categories: CREATING LIVEABLE CITIES|Tags: , , , , |

What do cities in India need to be more livable? In the four part series "Spotlight on livable cities", ISOCARP Vice-President Shipra Narang Suri aims to answer this question by approaching it from various angles, giving examples from different areas of urban planning. In this third part, she talks about how Indian cities could be made more livable by improving urban services, mobility, public-private partnerships and the situation in slums.

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