Go to HHH home page.

We have moved!

Global Notes has moved to a new home at http://globalnotes.hhh.umn.edu/. Please visit us there, and update your bookmarks.

Training for Urban Planning Practitioners: Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities


The Managing Multiethnic Communities Program (MMCP) of the Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI) of the Open Society Institute (OSI) - Budapest, Hungary announces a call for applications for a five-day Training on Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities.

Deadline for applications: April 19, 2010

This training will present recent thinking and practice in addressing social/economic inequalities and conflicts in multiethnic communities through inclusive institutions, participatory planning processes, and alternative dispute resolution techniques. It will build practitioners' competence and skills for managing effectively planning processes and conflicts triggered by local policy decisions in multiethnic communities. The workshop is based on experiential learning methods and makes use of case studies. Group work, facilitated discussions, and short, conceptual presentations are among the training tools.

The working language is English.

This training targets urban planning practitioners - architects,
economists, lawyers, sociologists, engineers, and others - working
- Local or national governments
- International organizations
- Companies or NGOs involved in urban development planning

Career Resources

Click here for:

Career Resources