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06 State of the Cities Reporting-Good Practice Guide and Toolkit

06 State of the Cities Reporting-Good Practice Guide and Toolkit

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The structure and focus of the 2004 and 2006 reports differ slightly.

State of Cities Toolkit

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2004 report

The 2004 report broadly looks at the state of cities in terms of the analytical framework and
identifies key challenges (and briefly proposes suggested solutions). Anecdotal case studies
help give more texture to the report and there are 25 pages of statistics and charts at the
back (the “statistical almanac”). The report is structured as follows:

There is a foreword that doubles as an introduction
Chapter 1 provides a summary of the key findings (this chapter is sub-divided in terms
of the five components of the analytical framework)

Chapter 2 provides an overview of the nine cities (both collectively and individually)
The following five chapters (Chapters 3 to 7) discuss the detailed findings for each of the
five components of the analytical framework (urban demographics, productive cities,
inclusive cities, sustainable cities, well-governed cities)

Chapter 8 consists of conclusions and recommendations (one set of
conclusions/recommendations for each of the five components of the analytical
framework, plus one entitled “putting it all together”)

Statistical almanac of 25 pages
Nine one-page “Life on the streets” case study boxes, one from each city, which
examine specific streets or, in some cases, stretches of freeway (see Box ).

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