Habitat UNI is a medium for exchange of ideas and expertise. Being a member of UNI is an opportunity to meet and collaborate with academics and researchers globally within the multidisciplinary field of sustainable cities.
Habitat UNI is a key connection between UN-Habitat’s staff and leadership, and tertiary education staff across the globe. Membership positions scholars to get the latest information about Habitat’s current policies and programs and opens pathways for influencing future policies through research and consultation. UNI membership is essential to currency in education and research for sustainable development.
Bogota 12 May 2021 – In the framework of the Capstone Fair project of the University of Michigan, urban planning and architecture students and professors recently did an assessment
UN Habitat and the Federal Republic of Germany establish a United Nations ‘Innovation Technology Accelerator for Cities’ (UNITAC Hamburg) at the HafenCity University in Hamburg
UN-Habitat, the United Nations agency for sustainable cities, with support from the UN Office for Information and Communications Technology (UN-OICT), and in collaboration with HafenCity Un
Urban Thinkers Campus on “ Forced Displacement in Cities” ends with a strong message for local inclusion of IDPs
10 Dec 2020. The Urban Thinkers Campus on “Forced displacement in cities” concluded its three-part virtual series with a session on internally displaced people (IDPs) in urban settings.
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