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The Right to the City at the High-Level Political Forum

The Right to the City at the High-Level Political Forum

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...

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Right to the City Initiatives Facing COVID-19

Right to the City Initiatives Facing COVID-19

The pandemic finds us at a time of crisis of the neoliberal system and climate emergency, further aggravating the health, social and economic situation worldwide. All over the world, civil society and local governments are demonstrating leadership in the response of the crises, developing both emergency responses to the most urgent needs and initiatives that move towards the needed structural transformation. Strengthening horizontal and democratic collaboration between actors and institutions (government, communities, civil society) and at different scales (neighbourhood, city, national, international) must be at the core of the response to these global challenges.

The Right to the City, a cornerstone for “leaving no one behind”

The Right to the City, a cornerstone for “leaving no one behind”

The Right to the City is a collective demand and agreement on the need to implement the Global Agendas for Sustainable Development with a human rights approach. "In his book "The Invisible Cities", Italo Calvino asked this question in a work dedicated to urban spaces,...

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Publications

Policy Paper on the Right to the City for the UCLG Congress 2019

Policy Paper on the Right to the City for the UCLG Congress 2019

The document, prepared by the GPR2C for the 6th Congress of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), focuses on asseritng that to implement the SDG´s in their totality it is fundamental to apply the Right to the City framework. This is because the Right to the City...

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(Postponed) Generation Equality Forum

Source: UN Women In light of the current global COVID-19 situation, the Generation Equality Forum is posponed until the first semester of 2021. More information on the revised convening will be available in this page.   The Generation Equality Forum is a civil...

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