Categopry 'Activities - Advice - Peer-to-peer panels'
INTA has been asked for a series of advisory panels and professional training programmes for public officials from Colombia and Chile, in collaboration with the UNCRD.
In the context of the South-South Cooperation Programme on Capacity Building for Integrated Regional Development Management, initiated in 2004, INTA has been approached by the Latin American and Caribbean Office of the United Nations Centre for Regional Development in Bogotá to carry out a series of professional training programmes for public officials in the Capital Region Bogotá-Cundinamarca and the Caribbean Region in Colombia.
INTA is approached by the authorities of the French island of La Réunion, at the south east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, to advise on a touristic development programme. The small island with less than 800 000 inhabitants is diversifying its economic base and tourism seems a promising field. The Panel will take place in Saint-Gilles, La Réunion, from 12 to 18 June 2010
Cáceres, the most intact medieval quarter of any Spanish city, has been growing on the west part of its territory turning his back to the walls of the City. The recent archaeological interpretation of the fortress, the rediscovery of the old well, and the reactivation of the Silver Trail create an opportunity to revitalize the land on either sides of the creek “Ribera de Marco” finding inspiration in history and in the City identity.
The City Council of Cáceres has invited an INTA Advisory Panel to evaluate and debate on the project of the "Ribera de Marco" area which is part of the strategic development of the City through the definition of the Innovative and Creative Urban Strategic Plan.
A team of 10 international practitionners will focus on the feasibility and the implementation of the project which can be a link between the North and the South of the City (University site on one end and future innovation park close to the old mining town on the other end, that is linking past to future, tradition to innovation, culture to nature) giving territorial coherence and enhancing the potential of renewal regeneration.
The National Chao Tung University of Taiwan has invited an INTA Advisory Panel to evaluate the strength and weaknesses of the establishment of NCTU’s new campus within the development of the Jhubei area (which includes the area of Jhubei High Speed Rail Station and the Biomedical Science Park) and to provide external advice for the master plan of NCTU’s new campus and the future development vision and strategies of the new Central Business District.
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A new Inta advisory panel is held in Taichung, Taiwan.
1. Pursuit for a reference framework of development planning for Taichung City; and,
2. Presentation in the 2009 Congress.
- Past Advisory Panels
- 2004 Niigata, Japan
- 2005 Lisbon, Portugal
- 2005 Taipei, Taiwan
- 2006 Heerlen, The Netherlands
- 2006 Oujda, Morocco
- 2006 Seine St. Denis, France
- 2006 Sardegna, Italy
- 2006 Belfast, UK
- 2007 Nador, Morocco
- 2007 Clichy, France
- 2007 Seine St Denis, France
- 2007 Trento, Italy
- 2007 La Réunion, France
- List of previous panels
- 2008 Gdansk, Poland
- 2008 ZAC Beauséjour-La Réunion, France
- 2008 Jelgava, Latvia
- 2009 Vaulx-en-Velin, France
- 2009 Tainan, Taiwan
- 2009 Natitingou, Benin
- 2009 Echirolles, France
- 2009 Fukuoka, Japan