Invitation to LCP member-cities to participate in the 2nd Guangzhou International Award for Urban In


By League of Cities of the Philippines
January 23, 2014


Reference No. (2014-01-004)

MEMORANDUM

FOR : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS

FROM : Vonier E. Delos Reyes
OIC - Executive Director

RE : INVITAION TO LCP MEMBER-CITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2ND GUANGZHOU INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR URBAN INNOVATION 2014

DATE : 23 January 2014


 

The Guangzhou International Award for Urban Innovation (Guangzhou Award) is an annual recognition for innovative urban programs and projects which is co-sponsored by the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), the World Association of the Major Metropolises (Metropolis), and the City Government of Guangzhou, China.

The 1st Guangzhou International Award was held on November 2012 with over 255 entries from 153 cities. Five cities – Vienna (Austria), Kocaeli (Turkey), Seoul (South Korea), Lilongwe (Malawi), and Vancouver (Canada) - with their respective entries emerged as winners.

The competition is open to all cities and regions worldwide. The five winning cities will receive a USD 20,000 cash prize and a commemorative certificate. Winners will also be invited to attend special events like the Guangzhou International Conference on Urban Innovation.

Deadline for registration is May 31, 2014. For submission guidelines, log on to www.lcp.org.ph (Announcement section) and download Guidelines_2nd Awards 2014. For other queries, please direct your queries to the Award Secretariat at info@guangzhouaward.org

Thank you.

Click here to download 2nd Guangzhou Awards 2014 Guidelines Submission

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