6th Africities Summit
Dakar – 2012
ENERGIES 2050 participates in the 6th edition of the Africities Summit which will take place from 4 to 8 December 2012 in Dakar
The theme of the 2012 edition is:
Building Africa from its territories: what challenges for local communities?
After Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (1998); Windhoek, Namibia (2000); Yaoundé, Cameroon (2003); Nairobi, Kenya (2006) and Marrakech, Morocco (2009), Dakar will host the 6th Africities Summit at the King Fahd Palace Hotel. At the same place and at the same time will be held the Africities Dakar 2012 “6th International Salon of Business of Local Africa”.
The Africities Summit brings together every three years, the main political, economic, social and cultural decision-makers in the cities and territorial communities of Africa. Each year, the Africities Summit attracts nearly 5,000 participants, including Heads of State, ministers, mayors and elected representatives of local and regional authorities, heads of central and local administrations, leaders of civil society organizations, economic operators, researchers and representatives of the academic world, representatives of financial institutions and cooperation agencies Development.
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In parallel, and in the same place, also takes place the Africities Dakar 2012 “6th International Business Exhibition of Local Africa“.
Articles and dispatches
|Africities, Dakar – Launch of the UN-Habitat State of the World’s Cities in the World 2012/2013 report on 4 December 2012 – The Cities Prosperity Initiative|
|Africités, Dakar – Presentation of the initiative “Francophone Sustainable Cities” on 5 December 2012 by IEPF and ENERGIES 2050|
|Africités 2012 – UN-Habitat is organizing a workshop on “Urban Planning and Energy Efficiency for African Cities: Clean, Reliable and Accessible Energy for Better Cities”|
|Live from Dakar – The Order of Architects of Senegal announces “Urban Development and Territories: What Challenges for African Cities”|
|The African city at the heart of the debates: Africities 2012 in Dakar, is gone.|