The strength of AIVP’s network lies in the quality of the connections forged with other associations and institutions over the last thirty years or more. AIVP’s partners include regional, national, and international organisations, all of whom make an invaluable contribution to our network thanks to their diverse approaches and the quality of their own membership.
AIVP is recognised by many international bodies as an expert on city-port matters. It contributes to discussion and debate about global issues (climate change, social integration, river and maritime transport, etc).
The French Partnership for Cities and Territories (PFVT) is the platform for exchanging and promoting the expertise of French urban development actors internationally.Learn more
Consultative status with UNCTAD - International organisation whose remit includes the role of ports and maritime shipping in global trade. NGO consultative status granted to AIVP in 1993.Learn more
Professional alliance of port authorities in North, Central and South America. MoU signed with AIVP in 2006. Cooperation for social integrationLearn more
Professional organisation of spatial planners. Development of professional practices and urban sustainable development projects.Learn more
A regional professional organisation providing a forum for discussion and sharing experience in the area of development strategies. Promotes the work of AIVP in the African region.Learn more
European association that works to highlight and promote the development of inland ports. MoU signed with AIVP in 2016Learn more
International association of port authorities focused on sharing experience and strategic positioning. MoU signed with AIVP in 2012.Learn more
International association of local and regional authorities and communities focused on sharing experience and sustainable development strategies. Collaborates on events with AIVP.Learn more
International organisation for sustainable development projects in developing countries. City-port cooperation is seen as a strategic issue.Learn more
Joint publications. International organisation for economic development and quality of life. Areas of action include the development of port cities as part of a “city-port” collaborative approach.Learn more
UN Habitat platform for sharing knowledge and networking, to promote the global urban agenda. AIVP is a partner organisation.Learn more
International association of port city development stakeholders, focused on urban and spatial planning, architecture, and research. MoU signed with AIVP in 2012.Learn more