NATIONAL URBAN POLICIES: IMPLEMENTING THE SDGS AND THE NEW URBAN AGENDA
The Second International Conference on National Urban Policy was the first opportunity following the Habitat III Conference in Quito to consider in an international forum the role of National Urban Policy (NUP) in the global urban agenda and within the context of the ongoing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) process. The conference was jointly hosted by the OECD and UN Habitat.
The conference took place on 15-16 May 2017 at OECD Headquarters, Paris, France. It brought together policy makers, local and national government officials, non-governmental actors, as well as experts working in areas of urban policy, or recognise the importance of introducing urban approaches at the national level.
Conference participants engaged through regional discussions among different stakeholders to discuss the importance of NUP in their region through:
NATIONAL URBAN POLICY PROGRAMME: A JOINT INITIATIVE
The conference was one of the main activities of the National Urban Policy Programme (NUPP), a joint initiative of UN Habitat, OECD and Cities Alliance, aimed at working together to support the development and implementation of NUPs globally. The objectives of the programme are to:
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NATIONAL URBAN POLICY IN OECD COUNTRIES
This report, prepared for the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) will be launched at the conference. It provides an asssessment of the state and scope of NUPs across 35 OECD countries.
NATIONAL URBAN POLICY AT THE OECD
Through over ten years of experience sharing and lessons learned, the OECD Working Party on Urban Policy provides recommendations to assist policymakers in achieving their policy objectives. Read more...