les villes portuaires et les ports, ont les atouts nécessaires pour être des postes avancés d’une réflexion privilégiée reliant les potentialités de leur territoire et les potentialités du bassin indo-océanique.
Why an Indian Ocean Group at AIVP?
A decision-making tool to help design sustainable development projects.
Temps d’échanges essentiel pour la dynamique du réseau. Soutien aux projets en développement.
AIVP Indian Ocean Days, 8-9 november 2018
Le Port (La Réunion - France)
Following to the first edition of the AIVP Indian Ocean Days, organised last November in La Reunion Island, a questionnaire was distributed to identify the expectations of the participants, their personal contributions, and ideas for ways of building on the work achieved at these Indian Ocean Days. The feedback received, both in terms of topics covered and potential partnerships, is summarised in the synthesis paper hereafter. Download the synthesisRead more
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