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Co-PLAN, Instituti për Zhvillimin e Habitatit dhe Universiteti POLIS, organizuan ceremoninë e dhënies së “Çmimit Special Lidershipi Shqiptar 2014” Z. Behgjet Pacolli. Ky çmim iu akordohet Z. Pacolli me motivacionin:
− Qytetar e politikan aktiv i cili ka kanalizuar energjitë dhe angazhimin e tij publik duke kontribuar për konsolidimin e shtetit, pluralizmit politik dhe demokracisë në Kosovë. − Sipërmarrës i suksesshëm në fushat e ndërtimtarisë dhe zhvillimit i cili pas një përvoje të gjerë ndërkombëtare është investuar në Kosovë dhe më gjerë në trojet shqipfolëse. − Mbështetës i iniciativave qytetare-akademike dhe i projekteve zyrtare shtetërore për bashkëpunimin më të mirë mes shqiptarëve, rajonit, dhe sidomos në procesin e integrimit europian.
In the framework of Tirana Architecture Week – [En]Visioning Future Cities, Albanian Netherlands Alumni Association, POLIS University and Co-Plan financed by the Netherlands Embassy in Tirana, Albania are organizing a product design competition.
Kemi kënaqësinë të ndajmë me ju një video udhëzuese mbi përdorimin e platformës LOGIN – mundësuar prej 4 vitesh nga Fondacioni për Shoqërinë e Hapur (OSI – Budapest)
> Dritan Shutina – Executive Director of Co-PLAN, Institute for Habitat Development Dritan Shutina is the Executive Director of Co-PLAN, the Institute for Habitat Development, since 2005, which he co-funded back in 1995. He is also one of the founders of Polis University, the International School of Architecture and Urban Development Policies, where he heads the research unit and teaches strategic planning. He graduated in Civil Engineering and furthered his
> Dritan Shutina – Executive Director of Co-PLAN Institute for Habitat Development Dritan Shutina is Executive Director of Co-PLAN Institute for Habitat Development, since 2005, which he co-founded in 1995. He is also one of the founders of Polis University, International School of Architecture and Urban Policy Development, where he heads the research unit is engaged in teaching and strategic planning. He graduated in Civil Engineering and studied further after-universitatre
In the early ‘90s, some young Albanian experts, assisted by the specialized Dutch organisations, successfully piloted the first experiences of ‘realistic’ urban planning in some critical areas in Tirana, Albania. This stage, marked the inception of the Institute for Habitat Development, Co-PLAN; despite the resistance and the pressure at the time, Co-PLAN successfully replicated these models in the years to follow, at wider level, to encompass ‘the city’.
The impacting results generated appreciation and praise amongst the international organisations, and a heated political debate in the country; the following histories of success of Co-PLAN’s activity served as an account and solid foundations for building partnerships with the central and local government units. A benchmark moment in the journey of Co-PLAN’s growth was marked by EGUG [Enabling Good Urban Governance] funded by the Dutch government, which served as a reference point for programs of other donors. The growth and progress of Co-PLAN has in fact been a response to the three stages of urban development and governance in Albania, and an effort to precede its problems. >>
> Ledia Lika – Office Administrator Graduated in Modern languages at the University of Tirana; specialising in German. Extensive work experience in NGO administrative support; excellent communication, inter-personal, and organisational skills. > Altion Qirko – Supporting Staff