Website Launch
INTA's new website
INTA is evolving with the expectations of those who make the city. 

Find information on the Association, our events and news, the network, and a Members' Area which, gives you access to reports, archives, photos and other useful documents [...]
News From Abroad
News from Abroad
Read more about international urban trends and issues in our latest newsletter:
❝ Cairo's City of the Dead fears turning to dust ❞
❝ Edmonton WinterCity Strategy❞
❝ Jakarta will sink in 2050: why the City of the Sea could be the solution ❞
❝ Lahti: The first carbon rationing experiment applied to local journeys ❞
INTA AG Nov 2021
INTA General Assembly and Board of Directors
Our General Assembly and the Board of Directors were held on November 9, 2021
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Our Goal

❝ Help civic leaders and their economic and social partners to
improve the living conditions for all inhabitants

3 Main Areas of Action

to reach this goal

Share knowledge

Private and public decision-makers freely exchange their know-how, experiences and practices.

INTA releases documentation based on results produced collectively

Engage actors

Professionnal "Peer-to-Peer Panel" are organized to assist policy makers or appointed officers to co-produce solutions through training programmes on urban practice and innovative methods.

Extend practices

INTA fosters integration of Regional, Metropolitan, City and rural-levels, providing a true international dimension through : WUF, UN-Habitat, Africities, to transform the way to plan and develop urbanised places and enrich practices.

International activities

INTA Annual Congress

Encouraging a better dialogue between policy leaders and key actors responsible for the development of urban areas

Peer-to-Peer Panels

At the request of public sector bodies, international experts are invited to review and advise on complex urban issues

Training sessions

Meeting the needs of members by creating training programs that address emerging trends and themes


Our Network

Territorial and urban stakeholders:
public authorities, elected officials, practitioners, investors,
industrialists, developers, researchers…
2.000 practitioners in 60 countries