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 impact of COVID-19 on OUR Right to the City Posted in: Campaigns - +
- The GPR2C at the High-Level Political Forum 2021 Posted in: Campaigns - The GPR2C will participate in the 2021 High-Level Political Forum on sustainable development (6-15th July) to bring an urgent appeal to the United Nations and all international, regional, national and local institutions and civil society organizations to renew their commitments to the implementation of the Right to the City, SDGs and NUA for an equitable… +
The right to the city in depth
- The 8th Urban Social Forum: Reclaiming the Right to the City, Affirming Another City is Possible!- By Vanesha Manuturi, Kota Kita In the past year, the cities that we live in today face what feels like a growing list of uncertainties. Communities in Indonesia and around the world have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic like nothing we have ever seen or experienced before. At the same time, the global health… +
- GPR2C 2021 Thematic Papers: A collective learning experience on the Right to the CityCampaigns, General Posted in: Inclusive citizenship, Inclusive rural / urban linkages, No discrimination, Quality public spaces and services- Since last year the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) has embarked on the preparation of a series of thematic papers 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.… +
- Planact advocating for the Right to the City in informal settlements in South AfricaGeneral Posted in: Enhanced political participation, Fulfilled social functions, Inclusive rural / urban linkages, Quality public spaces and services- Masakhane is an informal settlement in eMalahleni, Mpumalanga (north-east South Africa). People started living here 50 years ago. It has nowadays an aproximate population of more than 3.700 people. Residents of Masakhane in eMalahleni have never had running water. Instead, they have to use buckets and wheelbarrows to carry water from one of the 33… +