Hilda Ghiara is Tenured Researcher and Professor in Maritime Traffic, Ports and Regional Economies at University of Genoa (Italy). She has been member of AIVP network of experts for almost 10 years. She attended on July 2, the AIVP webinar on Port Centers and provides a perspective that complements the webinar quite well.
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The COVID-19 pandemic affected the AIVP programme of activities but also the possibilities of physically bringing together the 33 administrators from 16 different countries.
But AIVP is adapting and innovating! On Tuesday 30 June 2020, we organised, for the first time, our Board of Directors by videoconference with the possibility of 100% secure online voting.
AIVP has joined forces with the start-up Nüag, which uses the Blockchain technology that combines reliability and transparency.
Do you also want to test this new way of participating in the life of AIVP?
Meet all our members in November 2020 for the AIVP Digital General Meeting!
The commercial port is an economic engine for Mayotte, and a key infrastructure for connecting the archipelago with the rest of the world. Maritime traffic bringing imported goods to Mayotte is growing at an annual rate of around 4%. This French and European port enjoys a privileged location in the middle of the Mozambique Channel, some 300 km off the coast of Madagascar and 500 km from East Africa, an undeniable asset in this highly promising regional economic context.
The Catholic University of Ecuador is a private university, one of the oldest in Ecuador, founded by the Jesuit Order in 1946. The Esmeraldas Campus was founded in 1981 and its role in the province has been essential in driving change and development through its integrated education model, now managed under the “Ignatian Teaching Paradigm”.
Italy was the first European country to suffer the full consequences of the COVID-19. In this article, Tiziana Murgia from Assoporti, Francesca Morucci and Massimiliano Barbera from the North Tyrrhenian Port Authority Network explain the main measures taken in the maritime sector to face this crisis. The authors also reflect on the serious consequences for passenger activities and the role of international organizations in the global response to the corona virus challenge.
Despite the ongoing global health crisis, AIVP remains ‘open for business’ and available to deal with any requests or queries you may have.
The entire team here at AIVP is now working from home. We are fortunate to be able to do so, and are all in good health.
You can reach us by phone on +33 2 35 42 78 84, where Corinne LALLEMAND will be waiting to take your calls.
You can of course also contact us by email, as usual.
We hope you too are safe and well.
The company explains by answering 3 questions, its motivations to join our network.
Given the international health context of the Coronavirus, we inform you that the AIVP General Meeting, initially scheduled for next May 6 and 7 in Venice (Italy) is cancelled.
After discussions with our various partners, we will organise the statutory General Meeting on October 13, 2020, just before the 17th World Conference Cities and Ports which will take place in Tangiers (Morocco) from October 14 to 17, 2020.
The Cruise Dialogue congress which took place from 19 to 21 of February 2020, gathered global experts in Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), to discuss the positive and negative impacts this activity causes in port cities. Diverging opinions showed the different perception of the challenges, but it is clear that better cooperation between ports and cities worldwide is needed. AIVP supported the event with the presentations of our own experts and members.
From 8 to 13 of February, the World Urban Forum, organized by UN-Habitat, gathered more than 17,000 participants and speakers in Abu Dhabi. AIVP ran a panel discussion about the AIVP Agenda 2030 with the international community, and has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UN-Habitat.