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Infrastructure Immersion Program

Infrastructure Immersion Program is the third training program that was...

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URDI’S 20th Anniversary and The Launching of Bunga Rampai (4th Book)

URDI (Urban and Regional Development Institute) celebrated its 20th anniversary...

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Cooperation amongst GGGI, the Government of Indonesia and URDI in Green Growth Program

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is working with the Government of...

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Connective Cities Workshop on “Towards Green Cities in Asia: Managing Urban Sprawl”

The event of Connective Cities on “Towards Green Cities in Asia : Managing...

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Urban & regional development in Indonesia has long been characterizes by widening gaps between well-intentioned policies and poorly implemented actions, between extesive research and unintegrated practice, between what is actually needed and what is actually provided. There has also been considerable divergence of interests among the stakeholders in local development that continuously threatens to put the development on the brakes.