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  • Inclusive cities and special children

    Talking about inclusive cities has become fashionable today. It appears that conclaves and round tables on urban issues cannot be driven without this thematic session finding a niche place in the entire discussion campaign. If social inclusion is all about reducing inequalities between the least advantaged groups and the rest of society by closing the opportunity gap, are all aspects of social exclusion discussed at these forums?

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  • The Urban Vision : Capture the BIG Picture
    Monument to Holocaust Victims - Public Square and Maze -BerlinA delightful Structure of glas and concrete - BerlinNew Urban Cul-de-sac: Fused grid retrofitNew Urban Cul-de-sac: Fused Grid retrofitThe end of the grid: a fused grid solutionMobility for All modes: Healthy City InfrastructurePublic Transit Fun - Powered by beerResidential Side Street - Two sided sardine parckingUnusual, mindful mix - car park and green park
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  • About : The Urban Vision

    The Urban Vision is a social venture & a think-do-tank which was instituted to inspire next generation urbanization.The organization focuses on solutions driven research; advocates & consults on best practices in policy and design; facilitates public dialogue on policy choices.

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    The Urban Vision | | Address: # 104, Blue Cross Chambers,#11, Infantry Cross Road, Bangalore – 560001 Karnataka