Infrastructure empowers people and transforms communities
– when it benefits everyone
As the backbone of both economies and societies, infrastructure is one of the most effective instruments for creating social equity and long-term, sustainable prosperity. Governments, investors, and the private sector in both developed and developing economies are placing increasing priority on planning and delivering people-centred infrastructure that benefits everyone. An inclusive approach to infrastructure delivers positive social value that aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Certificate in Inclusive Infrastructure was created by the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), a not-for-profit organisation created by the G20, with the advice of our Academic Advisory Panel member, Dr Ibrahim Odeh and capacity building company Toraza Zenith.
It is a practical and comprehensive course in inclusive infrastructure, which gives professionals working in infrastructure the knowledge and skills to achieve social equity through infrastructure policy and projects. The course is founded on the GI Hub’s independent research into global best practice, and is illustrated with real-world project case studies.