How international cooperation can support existing local development processes: The experience of the Historical Centre in Havana

Portieles, Fleites and Julio, A. (2005) How international cooperation can support existing local development processes: The experience of the Historical Centre in Havana Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba.

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Abstract

This book presents the author's experiences in managing the historical restoration of Old Havana. The book analyzes how international cooperation can enhance and support, rather than displace or contravene, already existing processes of local development. A critical tool with which it does so is participatory planning at the local level, which is used to articulate and identify priorities for international cooperation; finally, it also discusses the value of international cooperation as a potential framework within which local capacities and opportunities can be catalyzed.

Document Type:Book
Keywords:international cooperation
Topics:Democratic and participatory governance > Case studies
International cooperation and human development > Case studies
Deposited On:23 Oct 2009 14:25

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