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Training course “How can public space be appropriated to reduce inequality?  In this course, we discussed how interventions into urban public spaces can create multiple benefits for cities, their inhabitants and the relationship between the two: they create the appropriation of public space (causing feelings of...

The objective of this activity was to convene an exploratory meeting with key actors to review the relevance, functions, activities and priorities of a bike network in Latin America. We were effectively able to consult key actors and subject experts, discussing the steps to follow...

During this event, a group of climate change experts and the audience evaluated the pertinence and effectiveness of the goals set in the sustainable transport Results Framework, a document being prepared with the aim of including sustainable transport in the United Nation’s Post-2015 Development Agenda....

As part of our work with ONU Habitat to support improvements in non-motorized transport in the Metropolitan Area of the Aburrá Valley (AMVA), we implemented—alongside the regional government—a Safe Route to the World Urban Forum that improved conditions for those arriving to the Forum on...

One way to show the work done within the framework of the UN Habitat agreement was to ride the safe route on bicycle, explaining from the beginning the participation of private business (Plaza Mayor) and the differences that existed among the various entities in Medellin’s...