The annual DAIDA Foundation Global Urban Thesis Award aims to acknowledge and support master graduates who, through their work, help improve the urban infrastructure and living conditions for vulnerable groups in the rapidly growing cities of developing economies. Eligible participants are master program students with either design or research component in subjects which are related to cities and/or urban- environmental landscape.
with My Liveable City
For Awards edition 2021 – DAIDA Foundation has appointed My Liveable City as the administrator for purposes of communication and operational work arounds. All communications and queries should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
To support institutions or groups of individuals involved in improving the infrastructure and living conditions of vulnerable citizens in cities of the developing world. Through action on ground and through education, research and/or transfer of information.
Founder & Editorial Director of My Liveable City and Founder & Chairman of DAIDA Foundation
An architect, urban designer and planner by training, Shyam has nearby four decades of professional experience designing several prize-winning projects in Europe and India. He has lectured and published extensively on different aspects of Liveable Cities at universities and conferences across the world.
“By their very defintion, cities are places for a diversity of people: old and young, rich and poor, women and men, healthy and physically and/or mentally challenged, religious and non-religious, the majority as well as the many minorities. In any country where citizens… Read More
Only thesis submitted during the academic year of Master’s program
2020-2021 and 2019- 2020 are eligible.
Certificate will be issued by DAIDA foundation to the winning participants