Through participatory governance, the United Nations praised the Kingdom of Bahrain in being able to reduce poverty and to bring about social justice through socially inclusive housing policy, housing finance systems and good urban governance.
What does GUG stand for?
GUG stands for Good Urban Governance (UN campaign)
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We have 11 other meanings of GUG in our Acronym Attic
- Grounded Until Further Notice
- Gruppo Universitario Faunistico Ornitologico (Italian: Group University Animal Ornithological; Viterbo, Italy)
- Global Undersea Fiber Optic Network (AT&T)
- Georgia Utility Facility Protection Act
- Gruppo Utenti Function Point Italia
- Good Utilities for Webmaster
- General User Guide
- Gimp User Group
- Girls Under Glass (band; Germany)
- Going Under Ground
- Grand Unified Game (puzzle game)
- Ground Up Graphics (computer game programming group)
- Gruppo Ufficiali Gara (Italian: Race Officers Group)
- Guanine-Uracil-Guanine (DNA)
- Graphical Unitary Group Approach
- Glavnoe Upravlenie Gosudarstvennoi Bezopasnosti (Russian: Main Directorate of State Security; 1934-1943)
- Griffith University Gold Coast (Australia)
- Grand Union Gobio Gobio Society (fishing club; UK)
- Glavnoe Upravlenie Geodezii i Kartografii (Russian: Chief Administration for Geodesy and Cartography)
- Georgetown University Grilling Society
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2007, Shaikh Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain, received the Special citation of the UN-Habitat Scroll of Honour in recognition of his leadership in good urban governance.
This lack of good urban governance in Toronto was revealed in sensational fashion by the scandals that began to emerge at the beginning of the 21st century.
First, as our Campaign for Good Urban Governance points out, cities have to become inclusive.
The first addresses the urban with chapters about colonial architecture and African schools, urban development under apartheid, issues of good urban governance and the tango in Buenos Aires.