Fellowships Available: The 1st Habitat Summit ‘Towards Alternative Urban Futures for India’

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The 1st Habitat Summit at IHC

The Urban Habitats Forum (UHF) is a public awareness platform established by Mirabilis Advisory in partnership with India Habitat Center, and designed as a collaborative network of multidisciplinary thinkers and change-makers to push for innovation in shaping the next generation of cities in India. The forum aims to mobilise action through intelligent discourse, impactful research and result-driven advocacy.

Underpinning its commitment to developing an alternative urban vision and agenda that considers liveability and sustainability as key parameters for success in the development of India’s cities, the Forum is co-hosting the first ‘Habitat Summit’ with the India Habitat Centre from September 24-26 2009.

In order to make the Habitat Summit democratic and have a wider reach, the UHF is inviting youth between the age of 18 and 35 years to apply for the Urban Habitats Forum Fellows Programme. The Fellowship programme offers 100% scholarship to selected students and young professionals.

Click here to read more to download the application form. Last date for applying is 10th September, 2009.

Aastha Kukreti

Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.

4 thoughts on “Fellowships Available: The 1st Habitat Summit ‘Towards Alternative Urban Futures for India’

  1. Really good photograph as left side actual & right side future green.. but i don’t think so that its possible. You know very well india..

  2. Defeating the mightily armed Brits and making them leave the country and declare it free…..that was impossible.

  3. Pingback: Come Participate in India’s Largest Green Jobs Fair | :: Delhi Greens ::

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