Description: It is a non-governmental organization created in 2009, which implements comprehensive processes focused on promoting sustainable habitat management.

Mission: To develop and manage community development or social interest programs aimed at fulfilling the right to housing, the city and the habitat, with the participation of local actors and volunteers.

Outreach:  National

Right to the City Components:

  1. Non Discrimination
  2. Gender Equality
  3. Inclusive Citizenship
  4. Political Participation
  5. Social Function
  6. Quality Public Spaces and Services
  7. Diverse and Inclusive Economies
  8. Urban-rural linkages

Woking groups:

  • Advocacy
  • Research and training
  • Communication
  • Regional