Inclusive citizenship

A city/human settlement of inclusive citizenship in which all inhabitants, (whether permanent or temporary) are considered as citizens and granted equal (e.g. women, those living in poverty or situations of environmental risk, informal economy workers, ethnic and religious groups, LGBT persons, people with disabilities, children, youth, the elderly, migrants, refugees, street dwellers, victims of violence and indigenous peoples).

Inclusive citizenship

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New article: “De-Colonising Planning Education?” by Urban Know

New article: “De-Colonising Planning Education?” by Urban Know

Image credits: Aboubacarkhoraa, via Wikicommons Source: Urban KNOW The Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality, a global consortium of researchers and partners across 13 institutions, focusing on nine countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, has just released a...

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Cinepólis: Corpos negros movimentam!

Fonte original: Instituto Pólis No #NovembroNegro, o Instituto Pólis reinaugura sua laje com a exibição dos extras do DVD “1000 Trutas, 1000 Tretas” do Racionais, seguida de uma conversa sobre #direitoacidade e a questão racial. O debate será conduzido a partir das...

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DPU

DPU

      Description: The Development Planning Unit (DPU) is an academic department of University College London which conducts research, postgraduate teaching and training and advisory services that helps to build the capacity of national governments,...

RNC

RNC

Description: Our Cities Network (RNC) is a collaborative network of exchange of information on news and on quality of life in Latin American Cities with a broad interdisciplinary and regional focus. Mission: To provide a service to the Latin American community,...

Planact

Planact

Description: Planact is a non-governmental development organisation, whose aim is to bring about local development for the vulnerable within an integrated framework. Originally formed as a voluntary association of professionals in 1985, Planact has evolved into a...

GenURB

GenURB

Description: Urbanization, Gender, and the Global South: a Transformative Knowledge Network (GenURB) is a six-year international research project that brings together over 40 feminist scholars, academics, policy makers, and activists to advance our understanding of...

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