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The Caribbean Urban Forum (CUF) is a three day conference designed to address specific policy issues within the Caribbean urban sector. It brings together land use practitioners, policy makers, academics and allied professionals interested in urban and land management issues within the Caribbean in an effort to further advance land use planning and urban management within the Region. The conference not only supports the collaborative efforts of planners in the Caribbean and wider America’s region but across the globe.

The Caribbean Urban Forum which is now in its 6th year is supported by the blueSpace – Caribbean Network for Urban and Land Management.



Upcoming & Past Caribbean Urban Forum Conferences:


CUF 2018 – Jamaica

 

De place where we meet, they call it Caribbean Urban Forum

Welcome to JamCUF, click on de link so we ah link up
Policy solutions we ah think up

Register now so de coin ah clink up, so yuh could eat and drink up

Agenda now getting ink up

Send yuh abstract, don’t be like tourist

If you miss it yuh go be furious

Get all de facts, understand fullest

So you go know the real hardcore.

Jamaica.. Jamaica

 *sung to Welcome to Jamrock -Damien Marley

 


A Summary of Past CUF Themes:

Caribbean Urban Forum Themes



Details About Past CUFs:


CUF 2017 – Belize

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CUF 2016 – Suriname

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CUF 2015 – Saint Lucia

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CUF 2014 – Barbados

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CUF 2013 – Trinidad & Tobago

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CUF 2012 – Jamaica

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CUF 2011 – Guyana

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Official CUF Twitter Account:

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Connect with us, follow the official twitter account of the Caribbean Urban Forum and tweet about the conference to join the conversation online. Interact with other participants and build the network of urban planners in the Caribbean and internationally.


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