Outcomes of the 11th METROPOLIS World Congress

About three weeks ago, in Hyderabad, “Cities for All”, the 11th METROPOLIS World Congress,  brought together over 1800 urban decision makers, governement policy makers, city managers, town planners,  urban practicioners, international NGOs, academics,  public and prívate service companies city planners, to discuss the role of the major metropolises as actors and essential partners of the development in the 21st Century.

Over 250 speakers from all over the globe made up 60 sessions of a truly comprehensive and inspiring program. In addition,  93 international cities and 74 Indian cities were represented. The enthusiasm in Hyderabad was palpable, and was evidenced by the 700 press clippings. 

Cities for All was the first METROPOLIS Congress in India, the start of new dialogue between Urban India and METROPOLIS community of cities.

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Source: Metropolis