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Research Associate (on leave) Carolina Morgan Works in Panama City for the Summer on Historic Revitalization

After several years at I2UD, first as a Northeastern co-op student and then as a research associate, Carolina Morgan is currently pursuing a dual masters degree in urban planning and real estate development at MIT. This summer, Carolina embarked upon an internship with one of the largest developers-Conservatorio- in Casco...
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Mona Serageldin to participate on panel discussion at Boston University’s conference, “The Future is Now: Urban Asia in the 21st Century.”

Mona Serageldin will participate along with other urban experts on a panel titled “The Politics of the City,” which will tackle contemporary issues of governance and the range of techniques deployed by governments that engender and attempt to manage social and political conflict. This panel seeks to affirm the notion...
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Latin American Climate Change Adaptation Reports to be Published in Spanish

Two recent Lincoln Institute of Land policy working papers written by I2UD staff focusing on climate change adaptation in Latin American communities have been translated into Spanish. The first of these studies explores land use planning responses to climate change-driven water shortages in El Alto, Bolivia, the sister city of...
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Warren Hagist reflects on his years at I2UD

Former Co-op turned Research Associate Warren Hagist reflects on his experience at I2UD as he embarks upon his graduate studies at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. The Institute for International Urban Development was the greatest influence on my education and career in the field of international development. Although...
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UCLG’s Official Launch of “Basic Services for All in an Urbanizing World,” Third Global Report on Local Democracy and Decentralization (Gold III).

A three year study by the organization that represents local and regional governments across the world, United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), highlights the urgent need to provide basic services the planet’s cities, whose population is set to grow by one and a half billion people over the next 15...
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