Fulfilled social functions

A city/human settlement fulfilling its social functions, that is, ensuring equitable and affordable access for all to housing, goods, services and urban opportunities, particularly for women, marginalized groups and people with special needs; a city/human settlement that prioritizes the

Fulfilled social functions

Publications

The Right to The City in Asia Region: Stories from the ‘Invisible’

The Right to The City in Asia Region: Stories from the ‘Invisible’

This research raises questions about the right to the city both in terms of definition and practice in the Asian region, drawing on the experiences of four countries: China, South Korea, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Through a fruitful collaborative process, the...

[THEMATIC PAPER] The impact of COVID-19 on the Right to the City

[THEMATIC PAPER] The impact of COVID-19 on the Right to the City

Since 2020, the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) has embarked on a collective learning process together with all its members and allies for the elaboration of a series of thematic papers to explore and deepen into the key conceptual and programmatic...

[THEMATIC PAPER] Right to the City: A Roadmap for Climate Justice

[THEMATIC PAPER] Right to the City: A Roadmap for Climate Justice

This paper proves that the Right to the City framework is already providing substantial alternatives to work for Climate Justice, with examples of successful experiences worldwide!   Since 2020, the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) has embarked...