A National Urban Policy is a coherent set of decisions derived through a deliberate government-led process of coordinating and rallying various actors for a common vision and goal that will promote more trans-formative, productive, inclusive and resilient urban development for the long term. As such an national urban policy is often an interactive process.
The purpose of this publication is to review the experience of national urban policies (NUPs) in selected countries around the world in order to draw broad lessons that would inform other countries interested in formulating or implementing their own policies.
Articlewritten byMr. AntonioMartinMesa and Mrs. Immaculada Herrador about the evaluation of strategic territorial plans, framed into the evaluation of public policies, with their special characteristics.