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Julian Mukiibi

Julian Mukiibi

Head of Partnerships

Julian Mukiibi is an International Trade and Development Expert with over 25 years experience, promoting sustainable development at the global level (WTO), regional level (Africa and Asia), and National level (Least Developed Countries).  He has previously worked as an Assistant Director at CUTS International, Geneva – an NGO supporting developing countries’ negotiations in the World Trade Organization; he also worked at the Permanent Mission of Uganda to the United Nations in Geneva, as Advisor Legal and Economic Affairs.  He started his career at the Uganda Revenue Authority – Uganda where he served in several capacities for over 10 years.  Julian holds a Masters in International Law and Economics (Summa cum Laude) from the World Trade Insitute in Bern, Switzerland.  He is also an Advocate of all courts of Judicature in Uganda.

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Planning Guidelines

Urban planning is ultimately a dynamic process that must evolve as the needs of the city evolve. These guidelines provide an overview of how charter city planners can effectively create a charter city that generates sustained and inclusive economic growth.

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Charter Cities Atlas: Venice with Thibault Serlet and Corey Tazzara

Today’s episode is a bonus episode, where we take a deep dive into the Italian Renaissance (with a focus on Venice) with world-renowned expert, Professor Corey Tazzara. From the fall of the Roman Empire to the formation of independent city-states, to the financial and political ramifications of the crusades, to the rise and fall of Venice as an economic powerhouse, this conversation has it all!

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