To facilitate the relationship between people and urban areas through a collaborative multi-stakeholder approach in the effort to contribute to social equity, environmental justice and improved livelihoods in the Caribbean.
Born from the common desire to advance the practice of urban and land management in the region, the Caribbean Network for Urban and Land Management brings together a wide range of stakeholders to expand regional dialogue as it pertains to urban sector in order to pursue the alleviation of poverty, and mobilize principles of social and environmental equity.
Read more on the History of Networking in Urban planning and land Management here
The CNULM is driven by the understanding that being abreast of the activities taking place in the region is the key to more integrated projects and better results. This dynamic interface,esthetically inspired by Eddie Bowen’s painting Aruba waters, provides access to current and past projects using entry points which refer to the type of processes to which the CNULM is committed namely;
- Building Regional Capacity in the urban sector
- Sharing Knowledge and technologies that are relevant to the challenges Caribbean cities are faced with
- Developing Profiling Tools required to analyze and address the urban issues in the Caribbean
- Fostering Dialogues and making important linkages between regional and international stakeholders through communication and collective action on issues of urban and land management