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The International Committee collects and disseminates information on housing and community development in foreign countries. The committee identifies innovative programs, development techniques, and management systems that may be usable in the United States. The committee also shares information on American programs with its foreign counterparts. The committee encourages local housing and community development personnel to participate in international meetings, including official delegations organized by federal agencies, and it arranges informational exchanges with professionals in other countries. After receiving recommendations from regional presidents on appointments to the International Committee, the national president appoints members to the committee for two-year terms.
UN-HABITAT Launches the World Urban Campaign
The World Urban Campaign is an opportunity for NAHRO members to share "living practices" and learn from practitioners around the world. UN-HABITAT launched the World Urban Campaign at the 2010 fifth Forum held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on March 26, 2010. The campaign seeks to continue and build upon the success of the World Urban Forum, in creating a global platform to address pressing urban issues. The campaign seeks to engage public, private and civil society partners to share practical tools and promote policies for sustainable urbanization; it also seeks to position sustainable urbanization as a priority issue.
The campaign will make extensive use the Internet to build a network of partners and serve as a global platform for collaboration on urban issues. The launch video for the World Urban Campaign was recently posted on YouTube, and a page on the UN-HABITAT website provides general information about the Campaign and background documents. The campaign's "e-forum" will provide an online platform for local partners to share information on new projects and ideas, knowledge and experience.
The first common effort of the World Urban Campaign is the 100 Cities Initiative, which will highlight and celebrate innovations that make cities more sustainable by sharing local stories and outcomes. The initiative will culminate in a planned 100 Cities Summit in 2011.
To learn more about the World Urban Campaign, visit: www.unhabitat.org/wuc/.
To learn more about the 100 Cities Initiative, or to register visit:www.100citiesinitiative.org.
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International Volunteer Programs Association: The International Volunteer Programs Association (IVPA) is an association of non-governmental organizations involved in international volunteer work and internship exchanges.
Service Civil International USA Branch: Service Civil International (SCI), is a worldwide voluntary service organization and peace movement. SCI is a network of autonomous branches and non-profit partner organizations worldwide, focusing on both international and regional development. Within this network, SCI – IVS is the recognized US branch of Service Civil International.
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Learning and Sharing in Israel (May 2010)
NAHRO at the World Urban Forum (July 2010)
Affordable Housing in Mexico: A NAHRO Study Exchange (November 2009)
A Panelist's Experience in Gdansk, Poland (May 2008)
NAHRO in China: A Delegate's Journey (March 2006)
Greetings from Israel (September 2005)
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Promotional Video of NAHRO's Housing Study Tour, prepared by the South African Housing Federation.
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