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 at the High-Level Political Forum Posted in: Campaigns - The High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) is the core United Nations platform for follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The theme of this year's edition is "Accelerated action and transformative pathways: realizing the decade of action and delivery for sustainable development ". An important focus will be given to the current situation… +
- The Right to the City facing COVID-19 Posted in: Campaigns - +
The right to the city in depth
- THE VIRTUAL WSFTE ENDS, BUT THE PROCESS OF CONFLUENCES CONTINUES… SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!- The first stage of the World Social Forum of Transformative Economies has already ended with some figures that prove that the change in format has not stopped our desire to change the world. We have counted almost 2000 people registered between the forum and the general registration - in addition to the unregistered participants who… +
- GPR2C contributions to UN Special Rapporteurs report on COVID-19 and human rightsPosted 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- UN Human Rights bodies special procedures have been developing different efforts to stress the importance of adopting a human rights approach in addressing the COVID-19 crisis. Beyond issuing a series of joint press releases and statements, a group of different mandate holders, such as Special Rapporteurs and independent experts, have decided to dedicate their next… +
- Right to the City Agenda in France: second round of municipal electionsPosted in: Enhanced political participation, Fulfilled social functions, Inclusive citizenship, Quality public spaces and services- Building the city with its inhabitants A call for the Right to the City COVID-19 has caused an unprecedented crisis. While it is still too early to measure all the consequences, this crisis has revealed the extent of social inequalities: mortality was higher in working-class neighbourhoods with fewer public services, where housing conditions were more… +