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Global City Indicators Program

The Global City Indicators Program provides an established set of city indicators with a globally standardized methodology that allows for global comparability of city performance and knowledge sharing. This website serves all cities that become members to measure and report on a core set of indicators through this web-based relational database.

Link to website – http://www.cityindicators.org/

Upcoming Events
United Nations – World Urban Forum 2010
GCIF is planning an event with member cities and the launch of its Annual Report at UN HABITAT’s World Urban Forum in Brazil 2010.

Dubai Workshop Fall 2009
GCIF will co-host a workshop with the Center for Research and Urban Innovation on the importance of global indicators for the Gulf Region.

CITYNET Yokohama Congress – Yokohama, Japan September 7-11, 2009
The Global City Indicators Facility will be attending the CITYNET Yokohama Congress in Japan to present the Program to cities in the Asian region.

Philippines Training Workshop – Manila, Philippines September 11, 2009
GCIF will co-host a training workshop with the League of Cities of the Philippines to train current member cities in the Philippines to enter data on the GCIF website and to introduce the Global City Indicators Program to potential new members.

Vietnam Workshop – Haiphong, Vietnam September 18, 2009
The GCIF will hold a workshop in Haiphong, Vietnam in collaboration with Haiphong City on the importance of indicators for Vietnamese cities.

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