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For the second consecutive year, Rennes Metropolis will gather the french and international stakeholders involved in Digital and New Mobilities, in Rennes France , from 28th to 31st March, We loved the first edition we gave our We deeply thank her Quito will host the 8th Edition of the World Bike Forum FMB8 from the 25th to the 28th of april of , to promote convivial and safe interactions between street users.

This year, the World Bike Forum will rely on the concept of More than people pass by every day, users of Who we are? CODATU Cooperation for urban mobility in the developing world was born from the world conference on the urban transport, organized in Dakar in Tchaou Samala. Tchini, urbaniste-planificateur. He is also part of the national urban mobility trainers of the Simpler and more modern, our new logo Director, as an active observer of This historical day was the achievement of a whole week of intensive work from the Douala Urban Community team as well as The MobiliseYourCity Partnership is actively engaged since In the past few decades, cities seek a new, more ecological and with less GEE emissions way of development.

To do so, cities are subject to big organizational changes. The commitments taken during COP21 in Paris by many countries, The MobiliseYourCity Partnership supports the initiative and provides international This interview took place in the frame of the launch of a partnership between Niamey, the capital of Niger, and CODATU, to develop the first strategy of the City of Niamey in terms of urban mobility.

Mamoudou Mouctar is the President of The 38 participants were from Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Senegal and Un stage qui s'inscrit comme un solide trait d'union entre sa formation et le master 2 "transport et This practical guide has been developed Dedicated to the next generation of The main topic of the conference was "sustainable urban development of the Most of cities in developing countries face the dual challenge of an extremely rapid urban transition and the energy transition. In this context of a potential explosion of Greenhouse Gas GHG emissions related to the increase in the A project to modernise the Ouagadougou bus system is set up.

Next September will begin a new Technical Cooperation project in Egypt.

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Mais laissez-moi A new concept in Latin America! The WALK21's aim is to highlight the A creative event In Montreal, Michelin got associated with C2, event This annual event for all those involved in putting the SUMP concept into practice serves as a forum for policy makers, Which interfaces to facilitate the mode shift and make it pleasant?

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It was the mid-term event of the Interreg MED According to a UN Women report April , ninety-nine percent of women in Egypt have experienced a form of sexual harassment, highlighting that public transportation is the second most likely place for the harassment to occur. This was the first of a serie of 3 conferences, to be replicated in and , with the objective of reflecting upon the La cellule STI Let us introduce The World Urban Forum is the world's premier conference on urban issues, which is organized every two years in a different city by UN-Habitat, a programme of the United Nations for Human Settlements The event brought together the The case of Lome.

The Forum was Two years after FabMob, an ecosystem to innovate and collaborate! The Forum was dedicated to the integration between urban planning and transport, in particular through A 3rd workshop to move forward with the tram project in Phuket Thailand Latest in a series of 3 seminars, the main objective of this seminar was to gather all key stakeholders of the Phuket Tram project, discuss and share the In December , the Tunisian government announced his willingness to join the MobiliseYourCity initiative to promote sustainable urban mobility planning, to reduce the impacts of urban transport on the climate and to improve the quality First international meeting for urban professionals since the signing of the Quito agreement, this 9th WUF aims to take stock of the implementation of SDG 11 Sustainable Development Goal sustainable cities and communities and the Les femmes La direction de la circulation Introduction Greater Cairo GC is the largest urban area in the Middle East and one of the most populated cities in the world.

The initiative resulted in the creation of a website and the publication of a Book-DVD about the recognition of persons and groups belonging to maritime culture in A Guarda's town council. It takes place in locations in Galicia or in the north of Portugal. XI annual meetings have already been held. It was the first candidature promoted by two educational institutions from two european countries. The process started in and the proposal was developed for two years by team of the Association. Ponte…nas ondas! Association has been working since towards the documentation, gathering and recognition of several manifestations of the GPIH Galician-Portuguese Intangible Heritage.

This work was always carried out in direct contact with the communities bearing the said heritage. These groups collaborated in many of the Association's activities in order to revitalize this heritage and convey it to the younger generations. During the elaboration of the proposal for the Candidature of the Galician-Portuguese Intangible Cultural Heritage, which began in , the Association contacted the representative communities of the GPIH in both Galicia and the north of Portugal.

These communities were representative of the heritage's fields featured in the Candidature: the oral tradition's popular literature, the oral tradition of rural and fishing areas, the artisanal knowledge and the celebrations throughout the year. The written consent and the Candidature's documentation were submitted together. In all of the GPIH's fields, the bearing communities and gathering groups of this heritage in Galicia and North of Portugal collaborated with the Association, thus providing equipment and performing conveying activities in formal learning as well as in public events.

Once the Candidature was presented before the UNESCO in , and as it was being assessed by the international jury, communities and bearers performed activities to spread the common heritage throughout the Galicia-North of Portugal Euroregion. Due to its territorial involvement and the number of involved communities, we wish to highlight the role of the Galician Federation for Maritime and Fluvial Culture Galician initials: FGCMF , which groups together with important bonds the maritime communities of the Galician and Portuguese coastline that protect the manifestations of the Galician-Portuguese maritime culture.

Connected concerns for the achievement of this goal are the preservation of the environment, the fostering of sustainable development, and the support to children education and traditional leaders' capacity building.


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In this manner Teje Teje contributes in the safeguarding of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, the implementation of formal, informal and non-formal education processes. As a consequence, it cares for the individual and collective cultural growth of the communities as well as for the preservation of the environment.

Its work is focused in the restauration of traditional knowledge and production in land production, environmental management, sacred and ritual centers, gastronomy, healing, spirituality, artifact, looking at these various elements of individual and collective life with an holistic approach.

Indirectly: 2. Products: 1 Cultural cartography document that includes maps and inventory of sacred sites and medicinal plants. Workshops with the Zenu indigenous population on their intangible cultural heritage , Cordoba and Sucre Beneficiaries: Directly: people that assisted to the workshops. Indirectly: Historic, anthropologic and environmental research based on qualitative and quantitative methods , Magdalena and Cesar Beneficiaries: 2.

Products: Document: Cultural Characterization of territorial affections of the Ette Ennaka People for land restitution process. Travels around the sacred sites of the Black Line boundaries of the ancestral Arhuaco, Wiwa, Kogi and Kankuamo territory with the indigenous shamans for cultural strengthening , , , Magdalena, Cesar Guajira, and Atlantico Beneficiaries: Products: Documentary films: "Pagamento: Ritual Territory", "Ritual and Thought" distributed in indigenous schools for culture strengthening.

Compliling of Ette Ennaka's oral tradition on territory and settlement with the elders, for cultural strengthening , Magdalena Beneficiaries: 2.

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Itinerant Exhibition that shows the Ette Ennaka's history of their travels and settlement in ancestral territory , Magdalena Beneficiaries: 2. Products: 6 photography panels 1x2 Mt. Construction of the Nara Kajmanta's school kitchen and dining room with a traditional design and economic support for the Ette Taara's languaje teacher , Santa Marta Beneficiaries: Directly: 60 Ette Ennaka Children. Indirectly: people. Products: Kitchen, dining room, Ette Taara lessons guaranteed. Recuperation and construction of traditional home orchards Kaaria for food sustainability and cultural strengthening and , Magdalena and Cesar Beneficiaries: families.

Products: Traditional Home Orchards. Workshops on traditional: weaving, handcrafts, music, dance, ethno medicine and self-government for the Ette Ennaka indigenous communities. Result: recovery of material culture.