to the City
The Right to the City is the right of all inhabitants, present and future, permanent and temporary, to inhabit, use, occupy, produce, govern and enjoy just, inclusive, safe and sustainable cities, villages and human settlements, defined as commons essential to a full and decent life.
The right to the city in depth
- André Béranger’s Last Battle in the Villeneuve - This letter is a homage from the Popular Urbanism Workshop (l’Atelier Popular d’Urbanisme, or APU) to André Béranger, a pioneer of the Arlequin (part of the Villeneuve neighborhood of Grenoble), teacher and activist who stood up for human rights throughout his life, particularly concerning the right to education, to housing and to the city. … +
- GPR2C Thematic PapersPosted in: Diverse and inclusive economies, Enhanced political participation, Fulfilled social functions, Gender equality, Inclusive citizenship, Inclusive rural / urban linkages, No discrimination, Quality public spaces and services- For the remainder of 2020, the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) is embarked on the preparation of three thematic documents to deepen the key conceptual and programmatic contents related to the right to the city. These documents are intended to strengthen the advocacy, training, networking and communication work of the GPR2C.… +
- Right to the City News-September 2020Posted in: Diverse and inclusive economies, Enhanced political participation, Fulfilled social functions, Gender equality, Inclusive citizenship, Inclusive rural / urban linkages, No discrimination, Quality public spaces and services- We have just released the September issue of our quarterly newsletter. There you can find a summary of the most important activities and campaigns we have carried out over the last three months, as well as upcoming events and other information of interest. At this issue, you can find information on: Right to the City to face the… +